It took us nearly three years to agree that Cinnamon was ready to go to a forever home because she was not treated well before her arrival. When we did decide to place her as available we knew that she needed more individual time and attention than what she was… Read more »
Half the herd was trimmed today, the difficult half. Very frequently our new arrivals have been through experiences that do not make standing for a farrier fun or they simply haven’t had the proper training. Once again Kasie proves why she’s our excellent choice to keep our herd on the… Read more »
Dr. Myran visited us this morning to ensure everyone was current on their vaccinations and Coggins. He also checked out our new arrivals and gave us some good and so so news. Cheyenne is doing so well that she is able to go back into rotation with light exercise. Sebastian… Read more »
Today we had our first experience with an equine chiropractor, Dr. Karen Voss, for Cinnamon. She is very knowledgeable about the needs of equines. We were concerned that we were not going to be able to get any treatment accomplished because Cinnamon was very nervous being out of her space and… Read more »
Today was a very busy day at the rescue! First and foremost THANK YOU VERY MUCH to Ayla, Brian, Jill, and Chris for coming out and helping with all the various chores that were accomplished today! We started the day removing fence that had been damaged, this is a job… Read more »
Today Cinnamon and Spirit both got a good workout. It’s good that we currently have three riders giving exercise to those who are trained. The biggest YAY! was that through lots of bribes we were able to get a halter back on Sabih. He is a completely different horse with… Read more »
It’s usually the opposite so this is huge!