Valor was rescued from an auction kill pen by a good samaritan. He needs to reach a healthy weight and build some muscle, but we have a hunch that this boy has loads of potential! Penny came to us as an owner surrender all the way from Florida! Penny suffers from summer sores, her family knew that moving her up north to a cooler climate would give her a better quality of life. Stay tuned to their bios for updates on their progress!
Congratulations to Bourbon and Jimmy for finding their Forever Home! We can't wait to get updates on these two from their loving new family!
It's hard to believe that summer is almost over, which means we're getting closer and closer to the end of the year - and what a busy year it's been! We are so happy we have been able to find Forever Homes for so many of our residents over the past year (29 and counting!). We love to get updates on how our alumni are doing - they have headed down so many different paths since leaving Horses' Haven, from backyard companions to dressage barns!
The "Three Musketeers," Kitty, and Fletcher are all settling in at Horses' Haven! These five new residents come from different walks of life; the ponies came to us as an owner surrender following a significant health change, Kitty was rescued from an auction kill pen, and Fletcher came to us as an owner surrender because he is no longer able to be ridden due to an injury. Keep your eye on our bio pages for more information as we evaluate the new members of our herd!
Horses' Haven's very own Perfect Image, Sammy and Dollar brought a whole bunch of ribbons home to the barn with them from this weekend! We could not be more proud of how they, and their trainers, represented Horses' Haven at their first show of the season - rescue horses can be superstars too!
Please help us welcome Bruno and Max to the Horses' Haven herd! This duo came to us as owner surrenders from a divorce situation. The husband took off with the horses and left the wife with these minis and very little knowledge to care for them. She loved them dearly, but with her life change was not in any position to care for them properly. We give her credit for doing the best she could in a horrible situation. It took 4 of us to lift them into the trailer which had to be backed up to their stalls as neither of them were able to walk very far. Max is the older one at 31 but he is quite spry for his age, despite having Cushing's Disease. Bruno is a severe founder case, we are waiting on X-Rays to find out what we will be able to do for him - but there is no one better at rehabilitating founder cases than Horses' Haven (many of our current residents can attest to that)! Max and Bruno are already doing much better and their former owner is extremely grateful to us for taking them in so quickly.