The "Milltown 6".   Listed below is images of the horses rescued on 12/29/2019

The "Fabulous 5" seizure:  Nikki, Nevaeh, Lexi, Aurora & Moose

Listed below is a picture Gallery of horses seized in Indiana late August 2019.   All are in rehab, and Nikki being the worst with a severe case of laminitis.  

OWEN - Intake June 2019

He came to us from an animal control situation in Kentucky.   Neglect by the owner led to this sarcoid tumor getting extremely large and painful.   Our Vet initially tried injection shots, but after 2 weeks it wasn't making enough of a difference so he performed surgery to remove the tumor and will also do more injections after he heals up a bit.  
His surgery was $1,400 and done at Stone Ridge Equine in Evansville, IN    

Owen has a long road of recovery ahead of him, but we are hopeful that he can pull thru this ordeal.  

Owen is healing well.  He has gone back to the Vet to have his tumor area injected again and also 2 new tumors that popped up in his neck area injected as well.  His treatments are expensive but we are not giving up!!!  

If you'd like to help with Owen's medical costs please use our donation button on our "home page" of this site.  Please specify for Owen. 
Thank you!!! 

(2017 - Current)   REST IN PEACE RIPLEY, WE WILL MISS YOU.  AUGUST 2019.  

RIPLEY - He came to us due to a seizure. He had been tied out with a red dog cable line and got tangled many times (due to the markings on his legs).  This particular day he was down and attacked by a pack of the owners dogs. They ate quite a bit of his tail, and also chewed off his right ear.   While Ripley has recovered from those injuries, he was also emaciated and has liver issues, and COPD.   He needs steroid shots, and also liver meds to continue to thrive.   He will remain in the rescue for a remainder of his life. 



LIAM - 11 YO BELGIAN GELDING (2017 - Current)

He was sold to a kill buyer and a group of wonderful individuals paid his fee and asked if our rescue would take him.  He is 18.2 hands and has swelling issues (cellulitis) in his back legs.  Liam has gone thru a medication protocol and also is receiving acupuncture treatments from the Vet.  He seems to be improving.   Liam will remain in the rescue at this time.