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Published on Oct 9, 2015
Milanne Rehor~ "I’m just starting to get my head up after after about a year that surely counts as the roughest in my 23 year history of trying to keep the Abaco Spanish Colonial Horses alive. Nunki became ill last October after antibiotic treatment for a cut.
On July 23 Nunki’s struggle ended. She was over 20 years old, amazing for a wild horse, especially one exposed to so many strange pressures. As I’ve noted in other places, on a day that stands right up there with some of the most harrowing chapters from some international suspense thriller, we got living tissue from Nunki into cryogenic storage with ViaGen of Texas. Her cells multiplied, we have enough material to clone several Nunki’s. The stallion, Wayward Wind, DNA approved has sperm already cryogenically stored."
Please continue to show your support. Visit www.arkwild.org or visit the Wild Horses of Abacos FB page for more information