In his ledgers my grandfather, Amos Claycomb, made an inventory at the end of the year. From 1917 to 1921 he lists a blind horse. I have never heard the story, but I’m surprised that he kept this horse. He farmed in Wayne, Nebraska.
There are two pages for each year. The horses are the first listed. I included both pages – there are interesting items on both pages.
I love your grandfather for keeping the blind horse and giving him a home. I don’t know what else you know about your grandfather but I hope he was a kind man in other ways, too.
He was a no-nonsense farmer. Of course, I knew him only near the end of his life. Wish I knew this story better.