Tuesday, March 07, 2006


Down at the lake last summer, Brig would do anything asked of him.

..as so many people have said.. "You're off the concrete now, Brig.."
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Anonymous Anonymous said...

I am so sorry to read what has happened brigadier such a wonderful an loving horse as a horse owner my self i can imagine an feel the hurt how the riders an care takers felt i offer my condolances
if i had three wishes i would only need two one would be to turn back the hands of time to stop that horrible tragic incendent
two would be that you expedite that person that did this to me an let me take care of this issue for all the troopers
well i will use the third wish
i wish that the wind between your horses ears be the breath of an angel blessing you each an every ride capt.neil

6:36 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I AM SO SORRY FOR THE LOSS OF SUCH A BRAVE HORSE, WE FORGET JUST HOW MUCH OUR EQUINE FRIENDS GIVE US,THE OFFICER AND HIS HORSE ARE LIKE ANY OTHER WORKING RELATIONSHIP IS A BOND OF TRUST AND LOVE.. THIS HORSE SHOWED HOW GREAT HIS LOVE WAS FOR HIS RIDER AND WAS WILLING TO GIVE HIMSELF TO SAVE HIS BEST FRIEND. GOD BLESS YOU BRIGADIER, YOU DID YOUR BEST NOW RUN FREE AND STRONG AGAIN TILL YOU BOTH MEET AGAIN IN HEAVEN ....

10:32 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

It's amazing how the sudden death of an animal I didn't even know affected both my husband and I as we read about Brigadier this morning before we put our own horses outside into their pens for the day. One of our three is a Belgian cross. He will be 12 years old this year. I've had him since he was "3". The other two I have are a AQHA mare and a half Andalusian cross. My father was a detective in a sheriff's department when I was growing up. He had a police dog. Animals were not created to be disrepected. Some were created more equal than others. It is so true; there is much to be learned from atop the back of a horse and if he happens to be your friend, you'd better listen. There's more to be seen from their eyes than we'll ever see with our own. The size of their hearts cannot be measured by human standards. Please forward our prayers to Brigadier's partner.

8:51 am  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I am so touched bu this story, I too, have a belgin cross. He is my best friend, confidant and my true heart horse. We are soul mates and he looks so much like Birg that it brought tears to my eyes. Fly free, Sweet Brig, wind in your mane, water at your feet. Safe in God's hands.
MK

12:02 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I VISIT THIS WEBSITE OFTEN -IF I COULD JUST TURN THE CLOCK BACK I WOULD, BRIG, AND YOU WOULD STILL BE HERE. I DID NOT KNOW I COULD FEEL SO MUCH PAIN FOR A HORSE I NEVER MET, BUT I LOVE TO TALK TO HORSES AND PET THEM TOO, AND I KNOW I WOULD HAVE LOVED YOU AS WELL. MY HEART GOES OUT TO THE OFFICERS WHO LOVED YOU AND RODE ON YOUR BACK - I AM SO SORRY I COULD NOT GET TO YOUR MEMORIAL -MY HEART WAS THERE - THIS HAPPENED SO NEEDLESSY,AND THAT IS WHY WE HURT SO MUCH. WE LOVE YOU, BRIG.

WITH LOVE, SANDRA SAWYERD

2:56 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Keep up the good work, you are providing a great resource on the Internet here!! Crazy Horse

4:19 am  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I am so sorry about what happen to brigadier.He is such a beatiful horse.I hope you guys have another horse like brigadier.I just wish that bigadier was still alive know.

7:52 pm  

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