Later she sent me pictures of Hank and their journey together. Without her he could have had a very different story to tell.
This is a pretty copybook approach, taking incremental steps over time, showing his physical and mental recovery from a poor start.
He came off the mountain on the 11th March. The WPRHP had been monitoring and feeding them all winter and were finally legally in a position to be able to help them as they'd been signed over to them. Hank was weaned and kept with other yearlings from the same herd and then castrated before he arrived with us after a 6hr + journey on the 15th April. The difference in the boy that came off that box to the Hank we see today is truly amazing, what a wonderful and deeply inspiring 8 weeks we've had.