How To Help
Sponsor a Horse
Sage is a very sweet 20 year old Appaloosa mare. She has a permanent lameness, as well as continuing health issues. She is going into winter in good weight with a beautiful winter coat! Sage is looking for a sponsor to assist with the cost of the medications and supplements that keep her happy, healthy, and out in the pasture with her friends.
Sally Mae is an approximately 12 year old mixed breed mare. She is sound and has regained her good health. Although she has most likely been handled extensively in her past, her trainer is doing basic ground work with her to establish a positive line of communication and address her trust and fear issues. Sally Mae is very smart, and quick. She is looking for an experienced, kind, patient person.
Trudy Jo (TJ) is a beautiful, elegant, VERY old (mid 30’s) Quarter Horse mare. It has taken her a long time, but she is once again in good health and good weight. She is enjoying hanging out with friends while waiting to qualify for sanctuary.
Skye is a 17 year old mare who arrived at the shelter in June. She was suffering from a number of skin an coat related issues as well as malnutrition and starvation. Her skin and coat are now in much better shape! She has several other health issues that will take some months to resolve before she will be ready for her forever home.
Joy is a Thoroughbred/Quarter Horse cross mare in her early 20’s who has just arrived at the shelter. She is doing well, beginning to gain weight and is enjoying being brushed and pampered by our volunteers.
Jewel is a 10 year old Jenny who came to the shelter recently with hooves and legs horribly disfigured from overgrowth and neglect. She currently has her very own farrier and massage therapist who are both volunteering their time and considerable skills trying to increase her chances of a happy future. THANK YOU BOTH WITH ALL OUR HEARTS!!
This is Gert. She is a 26 (now 27) year old Quarter Horse mare who came to the shelter with a large number of other horses, cattle, goats and sheep all in the same terrible condition. Gert now has 2 horse friends and a loving family. Making this level of rehabilitation possible for Gert and the others that came in with her was a phenomenal effort, and was supported by the kindness of SO many! Our sincere thanks go out to everyone for your donations, both monetary and material; to our amazing team of volunteers here at the shelter (without whom we wouldn’t have a shelter!), and also to Coastal Farm and Ranch who donated a truckload (literally) of much needed feed and supplies! THANK YOU ALL SO MUCH!!
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