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Gia arrived in the Rescue. It appears that she has had a very tough time of it. She is undergoing rehab as she needs to gain much needed weight. She has had all her medical needs and her checkup. Her teeth floated and wormed. She is approximately 15 y.o. and appears to have not been handled in a very long time. She will be available for adoption soon. She will be going to Peter Whitmore for a month of training.
WHISKEY is an aged TB. He is a sweet and very well
mannered gelding. He hasn't been ridden in several years.
THUNDER arrived on 10/20. He is an aged little gelding and such a sweet mini. He will remain in the rescue as a sanctuary mini at this time..
Minnie Pearl is a sanctuary horse and not available for adoption.
She currently is the companion of Sega.
She acts as his seeing eye pony.
Jersey Girl is an 12 y.o. QH mare. She cannot be ridden and is a companion only. She is easy to handle and beautiful. She is currently in foster care with a wonderful family
Juliette is a feisty, lovable character. She is the favorite of several volunteers and can be ridden but only by a very savvy young person who likes to run more than walk!
Monet is a cute, 13 y.o. Shetland cross pony. She is very well mannered. She will make a great companion pony only.
Winnie is an aged Paint mare. She is very well mannered and a love. She has heaves and is available only as a companion.
Elan is a buckskin gelding. He will be available for adoption in November of 2022 as a companion .
Mama is a 24 plus 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.
Olivia is a 14 y.o., 11.1HH chestnut pony. She is getting a refresher course on manners. She has come a long way . She takes a while to warm up to you but you have a loyal friend once she does. She is a good girl however, she is not yet ready to be a pony for children.
PS. we are also working on letting her mohawk hairdo grow out!
Tek is a young thoroughbred. He is black and a beautiful mover. He is available only to a seasoned horse person due to his inexperience and young age. He has been under saddle with Peter Whitmore at It's a Pleasure Training.
Sully appears to be an 18 y.o. QH/TB cross. He was an owner surrender. He is still being evaluated for his best fit with the right family.
Zinga aka Patti is a 19 y.o. bay TB mare. She is approx. 15.1hh and has good ground manners. She gets along with everyone in the herd. After evaluation, she would be best adopted as a companion horse.
Whiskey is an aged TB gelding who is in foster care and would make a great companion.
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. He spends his days with Minnie Pearl who is his seeing eye guide.. 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.
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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.
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