There have been many rainy and cloudy days but the work continues. Thanks to our great volunteers who help with tasks from construction to cleaning stalls and grooming horses. Breaks in the weather have let us enjoy some riding and continue basic training.
Kalib has made great strides responding well to even new hands,showing us he does indeed understand the lessons.

Mya is under saddle and doing well, she has a potential new home.

Mia too has had visitors and her adoption is pending.

Macy has grown tremendously and at 7 months stands at 13 hands, we are expecting her to be a tall girl. She has moved out of Mia's stall and now shares quarters with "Uncle Duke", my own gelding who loves babies.
Lordy is back at the rescue, and enjoying the pastures, as well as our rides. He is a treasure,and all adore him. Here he is pictured with Liz. We expect to be offering day camps in the new year with Liz assisting. Liz currently offers riding lessons for both able and disabled riders. Please contact us if you are interested in working with us in the upcoming summer.

Every one of the horses here at the rescue has their own story, and unique personalities. I invite you to join us in caring for these wonderful horses and help us so we may find each of them a new loving home.