Age: 1 and a half
Breed: 1/4 Mustang 1/4 Paso Fino 2/4 paint
Eye colour: Aqua
Markings: Spots scated around her body
Mane & Tail: Black
REALATION TO SPIRIT: her unknown brother lives in Spirits herd.
Best friend: Serina
Siblings: 1 - unknown
Crush/s: Relic (c) XxSayens WhispererxX
Personality: Raisen has an erge to visit her relatives often. She will visit them whenever she remembers or once a week at the most. Raisen had a hard working background so she learns/picks up things quickly , like new tasks. Raisen loves sugar, and gets hyped up most of the time which she makes the little ones laugh. She is known for her funny behaivor which some of the stallions adore about her.
Running, playing, sugar, nightime, water, bubbles, horses laughing at her jokes, Stargazer herd.
Capture, torture, being lazy, large unstable trees, two legs, people feeding her.
Raisen was born in a herd that lived near water (surrounded), she loves water. Her herd land was filled with delicious apple trees, she always used to get hyped up on the sugar and run around being stupid and mainly running into everyone. Her parents loved her and her brother very much and they loved them back. Raisend brother was a loving caring brother, not a destructive one. At a very young age (possible 3) their parents got kicked out of the herd because the lead mare was a stuck up snob. RAisen and her brother were devastated so they ran away a couple of days later. Running away was hard for thr young foals, the missed their parents dearly.
They came along a herd called the Cimarron herd, the lead stallion , Spirit, welcomed them with joy and so did they lead mare. They seemed relatively nice but Raisen wasnt happy she wated something close to home. Her brother stayed in the Cimarron herd but Raisen headed south and found the Stargazer herd with water and many apple trees , it was just like home, she loved it so much she even picked some flowers for the lead mare which she was very grateful for, but even without the flowers she would of accepted her.
Head and body images: (c) Sierra