Aladida is a 15 y.o., 14.3hh, Arabian mare. She has had a rough start and was not trained when we took her in. She has had one and a half months training with Peter Whitmore and is ready to put miles of experience on with the right adopter. She is beautiful.
Gracie is a yearling that was going to slaughter. We pulled her from that fate thanks to your donations. She is a gem. She is dark bay 13.3hh and a quick learner. She is one in a million. She can be adopted to a person with training skills only as she is so young.
Belle is an OTTB, she is 15.3hh and eight y.o..
She has good ground manners and is best suited as a companion only due to an old injury. She is full of personality.
Chesney is a nine y.o. miniature horse.
He is full of personality and spunk. He is lots of fun and he is stunning to look at. He is currently in foster care.
Cooper is a 15 y.o. TB gelding, currently undergoing treatment for a medical issue. He is as Betsy says "as sweet as can be" and would be a great companion.
Eco is an eight y.o. Lusitano mare.
She is approx. 15hh and is well mannered and will make a great friend to the right person. Eco Doce is not a hunter/jumper prospect. Best suited for dressage.
Doc is an aged Appendix QH. He is a companion only. Good ground manners and loves to be groomed. Does not like to be alone.
Fortana is a 16 y.o. Arabian mare.
She stands 14.3hh and has been to Peter Whitmore for one and a half months of training. She is available to an experienced person only.
Jersey Girl is an 11 y.o. QH mare. She cannot be ridden and is a companion only. She is easy to handle and beautiful.
Juliette is a 16 y.o. Hackney pony cross. She is black and a great little pony. She is a lot of fun but would not be for the beginner child. She has beautiful gaits and will make that special someone a forever friend.
Minnie Pearl is a cute little buff Appy pony.
She currently is the companion of Sega.
She acts as his seeing eye pony.
Winnie is an aged Paint mare. She has heaves and is available only as a companion.
Ping is a 19 y.o. black Hackney cross pony
She would be best suited with older children or an adult. She has good ground manners and gets along with everyone.
Badonk is a sanctuary donkey. He will live out his days here at the farm. He has had too many traumatic experiences in his life and it is best he stays in one place to call home forever.
Sega is a beautiful Andalusian. He is 13 y.o. and he is completely blind. He is a sanctuary horse.
Sophie is a seven y.o. TB mare. She is 15hh and came to us without any training. She has completed two months of under saddle training with Peter Whitmore. She will need an experienced rider to help her complete her training.
Mama is a 24 y.o. Haflinger X mare.She was going to slaughter when we pulled her from that fate. She was also in foal and delivered a beautiful colt. She would make a wonderful companion and needs a one on one friendship with the right adopter.
Zinga is a 19 y.o. bay TB mare. She is approx. 15.1hh and is green under saddle. She has good ground manners and gets along with everyone in the herd.
Badonk is quite a character! He is lovable, feisty and definitely opinionated. We all love him and he makes us laugh every single day with his bray.
Thank you for considering helping us by sponsoring Badonk
Sega is a beautiful Andalusian. He is 13 y.o. and he is completely blind. He is a sanctuary horse. You can help by sponsoring part of Sega's daily care. No donation is too small. Sega was going to slaughter when he was actually taken off the truck. He had been neglected and his blindness was a direct result of that neglect, he is a good boy and is pictured with volunteer Phyllis who helps by grooming and giving him extra TLC.
Loving horses has been part of us since we were little. If you love them too and cannot own your own, sponsorship is a way to be part of a horses life. No donation is too small. You can designate the horse you would like to help in the spot on PayPal! just write in the name . We will update you on their care and how your donation is helping.
Thank you so much.
Eight to ten bales of hay per day and more in the wintertime. You can help the horses that have been rescued with your donation or online shopping at https://smile.amazon.com/
It's easy, just go to their site and choose Central New England Equine Rescue, Inc. as the non profit you are shopping for. It doesn't cost you more and it will help the horses.
We have yearly benefits and events and your participation is always a gift to us. Whether you attend, offer to help out by setting up or just want to know more, please contact us.
Horses are measured in hands (a hand is 4 inches) so when you see a horse that stands 15.2hh it means he/she is 15.2hands high from the ground to their withers.