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Facts about Chiclet

  • Breed: Saddlebred Mix
  • Color: Bay
  • Age: Young
  • Size: Large
  • Sex: Female

My name is Chiclet!

Saddlebred Mix for adoption in York, South Carolina - Chiclet

Chiclet's Info...

I am up to date with shots.

Chiclet's Story...
Chiclet was also rescued from the nurse mare industry at just a couple weeks old. She was born in Feb of 2010. She was adopted but was taken back from her adopters in August of 2011 due to starvation. She is very friendly, calm, leads, loads, bathes and stands for farrier. Will mature 15-16. She can be started under saddle this spring. Very leggy and flashy. Adoption fee $500. To approved home only
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About Dream Equine Therapy Center

About Our Rescue Group...

I have rescued nurse mare foals since 2000. The nurse mare industry is based primarily in KY. The mares are bred for milk production only, the mare is then rented to an expensive TB race foal. The mare's original foal is a byproduct and is starved, left to die or taken to auction at just a couple days old. This is an industry with thousands of foals needing rescue every year. We have started an HIL(hormone induced lactation) program which brings mares into milk with hormones, thus preventing the unwanted foal and still allowing adequate milk production for the race foal. We have been promoting this for 2 yrs and this will be our main focus in the future so we are not only rescueing these babies but trying to stop them from even being born, preventing thousands of unwanted horses.

Donate to Our Rescue Group...

Paypal address, Also paypal donate button on main web page

Come Meet Our Pets...

Check our webpage for adoption events and fundraisers. Visits by appointment only

Our Adoption Process...

Adoption application and contract required. Horses cannot be bred or resold. Horse are required yearly vaccines, dentals, routine veterinary care and to remain at a BCS (body condition score) of at least 5.