My name is Briar Rose!

Morgan Mix for adoption in Loudon, Tennessee - Briar Rose
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I'm being cared for by:
East Tennessee Miniature Horse and Donkey Rescue

Facts about Briar Rose

  • Breed: Morgan Mix
  • Color: Bay
  • Age: Adult
  • Size: Medium
  • Sex: Female
Briar Rose

was an immediate danger pony/small horse that ETMHD Rescue purchased to keep from going to auction. We were contacted by a group that does auction pulls about a pony that was at risk of being taken to the next sale. They asked if we could pay her "ransom" and take her in. We said of course and asked for others to help us raise the funds to save her.

Briar Rose was supposedly a child's horse who foundered this spring and the owner could no longer afford the board. A couple in a nearby town runs an ad in local websites stating they want to take in horses to graze down their land. What they really do is take free horses and sell them at the local auctions.

The couple notified the auction pull group that they were given this pony and because of its feet being bad they were willing to sell her to them for 350 rather than take her to the sale barn. We rescued her a week before the sale and are working on getting her feet in shape so we can her level or training. She is extremely sweet. Around 12-14 years old and is about 14hh. She may be part Morgan or Welsh Pony, we really have no idea.

This girl is a prime example of why you should NEVER GIVE A HORSE AWAY FREE TO A STRANGER - this girl with her messed up feet would have been headed to Canada or Mexico if we had not been able to help.

We will be evaluating her after her feet are in shape and will determine her level of training but she handles very well and was supposedly a child's horse (which makes this even more sad).

About East Tennessee Miniature Horse and Donkey Rescue

About Our Rescue Group...

We are a 501c3 rescue that is dedicated to helping miniature horses, donkeys and mules to help prevent them from going to auction. Our goal is to help people understand how to care for minis and know that we are here to help. Donations are used to feed, shelter, provide medical care, transport, farrier costs and site visits. We do not receive any grants so we rely on your help. Together we can do big things for these little equines.

Come Meet Our Pets...

Located on a small farm in Loudon TN, we request you call a head in order to set a meet and greet time with our minis. We want you to come and see what this little equines are all about and help spread the word about miniatures in need. We do go to local events through out the year and you can keep up with us by checking our website and looking at our event page.

Our Adoption Process...

Adoptions require references, a veterinary contact that will be caring for your new mini, and a site visit. You must be 18 years or older and must be adoption for yourself or immediate family. On our site visits we are looking for safe fencing, a simple shelter, and access to fresh water and limited pasture. Our adoption fee is 250 with a discount for multiple animals adopted and those with special needs. WE DO NOT ADOPT MARES TO HOMES WITH STALLIONS AND OUR CONTRACT IS A NO BREEDING CONTRACT