Success Stories

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Jack Frost. A 4 year old pony was sent to us by the Hudson Valley SPCA. He lived on a farm in Hamptonburgh NY where numerous farm animals were seized. Reports indicate animals were being unlawfully slaughtered for human consumption. Jack was been extensively dewormed, castrated, vaccinated and had his hooves trimmed. He made great strides in overcoming his fear of being approached and handled by humans, and was adopted to an extremely caring home in Pennsylvania. Good luck Jack!
Jack Frost

Wendy Beautiful and big bodied bay Thoroughbred mare relinquished for rehoming. Extremely sweet girl, she needs weight and farrier. Old abrasions from a collapsed structure have healed. She had a severe case of rainrot, which was treated, but has left her with some scarring. She does have an old knee injury which was evaluated and digitally xrayed by a veterinarian. Wendy can be ridden for trails and flatwork only, no jumping. Wendy is doing well now and is ready to start a new life. She loves attention and would appreciate having a special person of her own. UPDATE: Adopted October 2015
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Pistol Packin Pete Our very special senior donkey was returned, after his best friend passed away, leaving him alone. Pete was our first auction rescue and we welcomed him back with open arms. Everyone who meets Pete absolutely adores him. His incredibly endearing personality quickly gained him a new home with a lovely family and a few equine friends.

Casey Cute bay pony gelding, suitable for companion only. Casey has special needs and requires medication for COPD. He was placed but returned when his breathing worsened. He has been vetted and we will be working on managing his breathing.
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Polly Polly is a cute little black miniature mare that was 1 of about 20 minis brought in as a group to auction in May 2015. Hand picked by some 4H youth in attendance, the little mare came to the rescue. She was skinny, wormy, infested with lice, had a significant under bite and appeared pregnant. After her quarantine period, she was adopted.

Lil Miss Persnickety – Pretty 36″ miniature filly, chestnut with light mane and tail, foaled September 2013. Persnickety came to us with Skeeter, and she also is in need of a permanent home. A bit larger than Skeeter, and standard horse fencing recommended.

Dallas – Pretty 5 year old chestnut quarter horse mare. Dallas was seized during an April 2014 cruelty case in Orange/Ulster Counties. She has regained good weight and is now up to date on all routine care, vaccinations and deworming. Dallas requires an experienced home. ADOPTED!
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