His owner, Branigan, said in an interview that she was just there to do her internship at a breeder barn where she started learning how to care for pregnant mares. Branigan was a sophomore in college.
“Tattoo” is a word that signifies “rhythmic tapping or drumming.” According to Branigan, her mother chose the name because “the sight of him literally throws my heart into pounding, ever since I met him.”
According to Branigan, “I was in the restroom, holding Tattoo in my lap, and sobbing uncontrollably.” “I fell head over heels at first sight.
Branigan made it her goal to help Tattoo adjust to social situations. They became pals, and even while Tattoo was asleep, they were often seen hugging!
Branigan received a portrait of Tattoo on Christmas morning, which was an unexpected turn of events. Before her eyes caught sight of the words “transfer of ownership” written underneath the photo, she became quite upset and started crying.
It turns out that six months prior, her parents had bought Tattoo.
She was ecstatic and quite thrilled when she realized that Tattoo had been hers all along.
For the aspiring young horse trainer, it was a dream come true as she and Tattoo participated in several “firsts” in horse exhibitions and contests.
Tattoo now enjoys causing trouble, chasing Branigan, and meeting tiny horses and donkeys.