Horse rescued from Estill County flood gives birth!


A horse that was rescued back in March from a flood in Estill County recently gave birth to a colt.

Watch the amazing story on how the rescue unfolds. Some of the horses should have died but were rescued by officials and civilians, including Troy Davison and Andrea Williamson, who owns the Whisper Valley Trails in Lee County.

One horse was stuck in the mud for 36 hours and they were told that there’s a slim chance for a horse in surviving those conditions.

The couple managed to rescue five horses but ended up keeping three of them, including the pregnant horse who gave birth to a colt a few weeks back.

The couple not only saved a life, but they also brought a new life into the world. The colt who is only less than three weeks old is named Tucker.