Age: 5 Months-5 years depending use.
Siblings: None (not open)
half siblings: Lakota foals
Future Mate/Mate: Monty (Misseh)
Adopted Foals: None
Herd: Lakota Tribe
Rider: None ATM
Personality: As a foal she was a bit of a clingy horse towards the humans who brought her in, though when she wasn't with them she was causing some kind of trouble or another for the horses of the village, or near by. She was a complete goofball wanting to please everyone, as well as make them laugh and see them having a good time. As she got older though she became more laid-back and calm. Almost never getting in trouble though she would still have her moments, she was still always ready to please the humans and had become very protective over them towards outsiders. Acorn always helped others with their problems and would give them advice when needed.
Likes: Sweet apples, oats, being free to roam as she pleased, rain, snow, chasing off outsiders, goofing off, getting to relax.
Dislikes: Outsiders, thunder, being alone for long periods of time, getting lost.
History: Acorn was born to a pair of Thoroughbreds on a ranch not far from the Cimarron herd and Lakota tribe, her first few days of life with her family were short lived, one day while she was watching the cimarron herd pass by their home as they did on a few occasions, a drought had been causing problems for the farm. That night a fire had started though she didn't know what caused it and ended up killing her family at the time. Acorn though she doesn't remember how she made it out, remembered her short journey that led her to the home of the Lakota tribe who immediatly took her in as one of their own, a mare who had last her own foal nursed her till it was time for her to be weened and adopted the foal as her own. The tribe had named her Acorn due to her colorations and her always seeming fassinaction with the acorns she would find sometimes near her home. Acorn missed her family greatly and wished she had gotten to spend more time with them but she was also grateful to have found a new home among the 2 legged Lakota's different from her original owners, but still as kind hearted and patient as they were.
-More to come-