M6IMQ “Apollo”
M6IMQ “Apollo”
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M6IMQ “Apollo”

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Born: April 11, 1992

Died: February 2015

Sire: M12AG “Scotty”, pinto
Dam: M6IM “Belle”, sorrel

Sex: Mare
Color: Chestnut with a white blaze and hind stockings            

Longest time spent with one band: Eleven years with N9H “Zeus”/M2EK “Jimmy” (shared band)

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Usual range: State Park marsh year round.

Interesting tidbits: Apollo was the only mare on record to conceive as a yearling.  She gave birth the next year to a tiny, healthy filly.  She is also one of the few mares that did not respond well to PZP contraception; in spite of annual treatments for life following the birth of her first foal, she produced three more foals.

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You can chose the dollar amount by clicking on the down arrow, and when you view your cart, you can indicate Apollo's name in the Notes section, or put no name and leave a general donation.

All donations support the wild horse management program which includes funding for Horse Management interns, food storage solutions for visitors, and educational supplies and materials to help people understand the negative long term impacts caused by interfering with the natural diet and behavior of the wild Assateague horses.