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Winslow is a 1998 mule gelding who is coming to us from Alabama with a sponsor. He’s in need of rehabilitation and his adoption availability will be determined at a later date. So far Winslow is a lovely old guy and our hope is that he will mesh well with… Read more »
Last year at this time we had a little wiggle room. We weren’t full and we had a few dedicated sponsors. Today we are over our max and have only those same dedicated sponsors. We are in need ourselves. Making a horse ‘safe’ is just the beginning of the process…. Read more »
We have a grant, and deadline of 31 Dec, to replace old fence around the hay barn and exclude the pond. The biggest problem was finding one section of fencing so we could remove it. It was severely overgrown. Yesterday we had a few volunteers come out to tackle that… Read more »
The herd plus our three guests are all doing well. Only one minor contusion between them all that we could see. We have zero damage to the fencing in the main pastures! However we did lose our quarantine pen to a tree (no one was in there). We have lost… Read more »
We did a test ride today out at Middleton Lake. From Ludowici on Hwy 57 you will turn right on Lennie Mae Rd. If you’ve gotten to Tibet Baptist Church on the left or Low Country Paintball on the right, you’ve gone too far. From Townsend towards Ludowici, you’ll go… Read more »
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We’ve had a busy day today! We started with the farrier for half the herd – everyone is improving in this half. Then Dr. Myran from Countryside Equine Medicine and Dentistry came out to visit Avery, Blue, Nick, and Penny. Everyone jump for joy with us when we announce that… Read more »
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 »
We have been medicating the abscess in Cheyenne’s eye for the past month with no real change. Dr. Myran came back out to assess whether the medication was helping at all or we were to take the next step of either removing the eye or consulting with an Ophthalmologist. Tonight… Read more »