She was bought by James Sherman from Dr. Fisk of Cranston, Rhode Island. “She was a chestnut, of good size, high-spirited, and an elegant animal. We called her of Spanish breed.“ Mr. Linsley adds the following description: “It is certain she was a fine animal. She was chestnut, with three white feet and a white stripe in the face. Her head was good, ears small, neck light and rather long; not very compactly formed and never carried much flesh. She carried her head high, was a spirited traveler and an excellent saddle beast. She was very pleasant tempered and worked kindly in all places.“ From The Morgan Horse and Register, Volume 1, by Joseph Battell 1894.