Fort Steele has named the new little draft horse born May 3.
After a month-long contest where the Heritage Town asked for suggestions, the filly has been named Jessie Victory Donegal.
The suggestion came from local historian Naomi Miller.
It is a tradition at Fort Steele to give horses two names: a registered name that includes the names of its parents, and a common name chosen from a figure in Fort Steele's history.
The foal's registered name, Victory Donegal, comes from her father's name, Donegal Enhancer, and her mother's name, Victory of Lander.
Her common name, Jessie, was chosen to remember Jessie Procumier, the wife of the Anglican minister Charles Procumier, who lived in Fort Steele from 1898 to 1901.
According to Fort Steele Heritage Town, Mr. and Mrs. Procumier were well-liked. The Anglican congregation constructed a vicarage for them to live in with their three children almost immediately after they arrived in town.
The Procumiers were very social; they hosted a Shakespeare Reading Club once a week and often had other couples over for card games.
Naomi Miller received a Park Plus Pass, which includes entry to the Fort as well as one wagon ride, one day-time theatre show and one Steam Train ride during the 2012 summer season.