Sandy is about 13 years old. Has a lot of go and a little sassy at first, but amazing on the trails. She can be hard to catch in pasture but also has not had a lot of tlc. Good with dogs, goats, madess! Was underweight when she came in but is actually a pretty easy keeper. Intermediate rider recommended.
In starting our mission, we are already rescuing, adopting and rehoming horses which relies on your donations for all of the costs associated with animal rescue, sheltering and care. As of May 2015, we are 501(c)3 approved to be able to accept donations as a tax deductible contributions. We are hoping to solely rely on contributions for the care of the horses that will be rescued and used in our therapy team.
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Our Adoption Process...
Thank you for your interest in adopting an animal, your loving gift of a forever home will touch your life, and the life of the animal that you adopt. The following animals are currently available for adoption at our shelter. The adoption fee for horses is $500, other animals vary, so please contact us and we will get you to our adoption application link! Our adoption application will ask for Veterinary, farrier and 2 personal references, as well as your history with horses and pictures of where horse will be kept. Transport is available at $1/mile but meeting the horse before transport is a must.
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