This sweet little lineback dun roan filly was failing to thrive in a rural Kansas community when she was first noticed. Pastured with other horses, her nutritional, wellness and healthcare needs were being ignored. When neighbors expressed concern to the local authorities, her owner sought a quick way out of probable neglect charges and asked a friend in Oklahoma to take her. The intention was to start her under saddle (much too young) and flip her at a local auction within the next few weeks. Unfortunately, the filly’s body score condition of a 1 meant that significant resources would be necessary to make her marketable. The new owner did not want to invest in her welfare and contacted Rainbow Meadows, asking that we take her. Otherwise, they planned to her to a sale within days where she would likely have been shot due to her condition. Analina arrived at Rainbow Meadows in August 2014 and by October she had gained over 200 pounds and grown over 6 inches in height. She has was adopted and has 3 months of professional saddle training and will make a great partner for her next adopter.