Tez, the Antelope
Sponsored bySkip Throop and Nancy Dunn
Tez is an outside row prancer animal. Black Buck Antelopes are native to India. Skip and Nancy raised these beautiful animals for many years in North Albany. It was family consensus to name him Tez which means fast or speedy in Hindu.
Tez is sporting a striking set of long twisting horns. Across his chest and flowing back along his side is a branch of jasmine with small white flowers. Symbols interwoven into the jasmine branch represent the pursuits of Nancy and Skip as well as their daughters, Rachel and Emily. Look for a hearing aid for Nancy, an English reflex hammer for Skip, a gymnastics balance beam for Rachel, and a jumping horse for Emily.