Orie

Journey is a 7 year old miniature mare that is blind in one eye and has limited vision in the other. Despite being adopted once before and multiple attempts to gain her trust, she is still a project horse who needs time.

Journey

Sarah

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Orie and DJ are lifelong partners who were relinquished into our care in October of 2016. Orie is so friendly that he would live inside your pocket, if given the option. Particularly, given the presence of treats. He is in his twenties and once served as one of Ivy's "seeing-eye ponies." During that time, he wore a Safe-Cat collar with a bell on one of his ankles to help her navigate by sound. After Ivy crossed the rainbow bridge, we decided that they deserved a second chance at a forever home. Orie and DJ are a bonded pair and must be adopted out together.

To ensure all our rescues have stable mates, we require adoption contracts. Please check them out below if you're interested in placing our horses forever in your home and in your heart.

Bitsy

Bitsy is a 5 year old mini mare who came to us over a year ago from an atrocious breeding farm. She was adopted once before but needs someone who can invest enough time in her to gain her trust. 

Spirit

Spirit is a Quarter Horse relinquished to us by his owner. Spirit is putting on his last couple pounds, but please feel free to reach out. Both are sweethearts that the previous owner said were ridden by her 10 year old.

DJ

Sarah, a Quarter Horse, was relinquished to us along with Spirit. Both are sweethearts and very friendly, they were previously ridden by a 10 year old.

Please be sure to keep an eye on our Facebook page as we constantly network many other horses.

 

Many have the mistaken view that horses in need are old, sick, dangerous, or ugly. This is not the case, many are young, smart, and capable of amazing lives. They simply ended up in the wrong hands or their owners have fallen on hard times.

Orie and DJ are lifelong partners who were relinquished into our care in October of 2016. DJ is in his twenties and once served as one of Ivy's "seeing-eye ponies." During that time, he wore a Safe-Cat collar with a bell on one of his ankles to help her navigate by sound. After Ivy crossed the rainbow bridge, we decided they deserved a second chance at a forever home.

​D.J. is a former cart pony and has a hole in his forehead from some unknown, previous accident or abuse. As with many of our rescue horses, we don't know their past, but we do have the great privilege of knowing their hearts. DJ and Orie are a bonded pair and must be adopted out together.