Raven came to us in 2013. I called Equine Aid, the facility that helped rescue Griph. I told her of my new business and that I was looking for another horse to rescue. I asked her if she knew of any horses that needed to be pulled form slaughter that would also fit my needs. She knew of a unique horse in a unique situation that needed help. She put me in touch with a woman that unfortunately had a severe case of autism. She had a horse that she had been with since he was born. He was becoming too much to be able to deal with. After talking with Lisa about Raven I was determined that this was our next family member in need. Though he didn’t come from the slaughter market, he needed some help regarding his behavior. Raven is aptly named. He is an artist, his medium is mischief. Raven has an uncanny ability to get into trouble if there is any. If there is no trouble to get into then he will usually try to create it. He is a hard worker though, and takes his job seriously, kind of. He is one of the most curious horses that I have had the privilege of meeting. He is constantly looking around his environment with awe. Whether it be at work or home he investigates every nook and cranny he can get his giant lips into. He is currently the lead of this little herd. He wastes no chance at showing everyone that, on a daily basis. He finds ways to entertain himself that are beyond the normal realm of most horses. Ever pushing on those boundaries his exuberance is hard to contain. He’s an enthusiastic lover of life. Raven though a trouble maker most of the times, has always been there when his help was needed the most. You see Raven can buckle down when it’s absolutely necessary. He can apply that focus that he so deftly uses for the art of mischief, to working. This and the fact that he has an indomitable stamina makes him an indispensable member of the family.