AMELIA - 11YO MARE  INTAKE 10/31/2018

She was surrendered to the rescue by her owners.   She was very anemic, covered in lice and obviously emaciated.  We are hoping for the best for this poor girl to recover.  She is very sweet and loves people.  

AMELIA - Picture #2


She was purchased by someone from the kill pen they said.  After a few months they were asked to surrender her to us after several complaints were made.  We're thankful that they did the right thing.
Jessie has a long way to go in her rehab but is making progress.  She definitely is a "been there, done that" horse. You can just tell she knows her stuff.  Someone will be lucky to get this girl after her rehab is completed. 

KADENCE - 5 YR OLD, OTTB (Off Track Thoroughbred) MARE, racing name "Grace Of A Richman" came to us in poor condition.  INTAKE 7/8/2018. 

She is a very sweet and smart girl.  She is 100% sound and will make someone a fantastic horse once she completes here rehabilitation and can be put under saddle.  This mare has Seattle Slew in her background!

Adoption Fee:  Pending - to be determined after rehab.

JESSIE - Picture #2
Jessie - Picture #3

(2017 - Current)

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.