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Realizing Tomorrow: The Path to Private Spaceflight

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 31, 2013

    Penny and Co.

    NIGHT: Age: 4 years. Looks: Pure black coat with a long black mane and tail. Aprox. 18 hands high. Very strong. Gender: Stallion. Mate: None. Foals: None. Crush: yes. Its secret. PENNY: Age: 3 years. Looks: Copper colored coat with a white blaze and four white socks. A long copper mane and tail. Aprox. 16 hands high. Gender: Mare. Mate: Destar. Foals: Jesus. JESUS ((pronounced hey zues.)): Age: 0. Looks: A tan foal with two black socks in the front and two black stockings in the back. He has a black star on his forehead. His mane and tail are black with strands of copper mixed in. Gender: Colt. HISTORY: Penny and Night are brother and sister who escaped a breeding ranch. Penny was bred with a stallion who she thinks is named Joe. The twolegs often accidently kill foals so Night convinced Penny to leave an find a herd in the wild.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 28, 2013

    Candor and Valliat

    Candor: white and black mare. She is friendly, nice, and extremely honest, hence her name. She also has a very opinionated mind and smart. Her brother is Valliant, and she is the younger sibling, but old enoigh to have a stallion, even if she doesnt really have a particular eye on anyone. She doesnt exactly do love...

    Valliant: older brother of Candor. He is asilver, semi orange, and brown stallion. Valliant is brave and smart. He will be very selfless, but occasionaly be strange and mysterious. No eye on any mare. More of protecter than fighter

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 28, 2013

    Destar

    He is the black and white pinto lead stallion.

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