We decided that perhaps it was time to find Rosie a new home. She really deserves more individual attention and we had hoped that we could find her a family that had kids that would love her as much as we have. And we were going to be selective. I put carefully written ads online, listing her as an adoption, and hoped that we would get some really good responses. Rosie is definitely pony sized but rides more like a horse and is very well trained. She isn't for a complete beginner as she's still got some pep to her and she's very responsive. I got a reply to an ad from a woman named Julie. She was looking for a kid safe pony for her 9 year old daughter to ride. Her current horse has developed some issues and wasn't a good fit anyone. One catch - Julie lives 3 1/2 hours away. She was willing to drive out to see her so we made plans for yesterday. Her 9 year old daughter Logan is absolutely adorable and did well on Rosie. They loaded her up in the trailer and drove Rosie to her new home late yesterday. We are thrilled that Rosie will have a girl that will love her and take excellent care of her and we know that she will bloom with Logan. I am happy that she found an awesome home but sad to see her go. We wish you well, Rosie, and many happy years with Logan!!