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Beech Brook Farm Equine Rescue

Facts about Chance

  • Breed: Missouri Foxtrotter Mix
  • Color: Chestnut/Sorrel
  • Age: Adult
  • Size: Large
  • Sex: Female

My name is Chance!

Missouri Foxtrotter Mix for adoption in Mystic, Connecticut - Chance

Chance's Info...

I am rideable and up to date with shots.

Chance's Story...
Leads, trailer loads, cross ties, picks up front feet still working on back, lets us bath her, easy to catch. Loves people and attention. Started under saddle and doing trails. 5 years old , 15'2; nice mover. Needs a person who can continue her training.Needs a confident person since Chance is a smart gal. She has done 10 mile trail rides with other horses but currently gets anxious going out solo.
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About Beech Brook Farm Equine Rescue

About Our Rescue Group...

Rescue, rehabilitation and placement headquartered in Mystic, CT. Our nonprofit rescue is a small volunteer based, all breed horse rescue, although we specialize in gaited and mini-breeds. There are many auctions that supply the foreign-owned slaughter houses that kill horses for human consumption abroad.Our Purpose:

Save Equines from neglect and abusive situations and provide them with loving homes for life.
To educate the public about horse welfare and care.
To enlist public support and funding to rescue horses from abuse, slaughter and neglect alone, or in cooperation with local, state or federal agencies or with other nonprofit organizations.
Re-home/train rescues animals with the intent of placing for adoption.

Donate to Our Rescue Group...

Go to contact/donation page. At bottom of page is link to paypal donate button or you can make donations by snail mail to our address.

Come Meet Our Pets...

Call for appointments at 860-705-8456 or email us at deborah.finco@yahoo.com

Our Adoption Process...

We take in horses that are in abusive or neglected situations or horses that are being shipped to slaughter. We then rehome these horses and place them up for adoption. Adoption requires filling out an adoption application and a farm and vet check. All approved adoptions require signing a contract. Females may not be bred as part of our adoption contract.