Category: Our Horses

These guys need sponsors

All four of these equines need sponsors. Laredo is a little appy pony… adorable little guy. His former owner passed away and we have promised to take good care of him. Penny is around 30 and she is missing her front teeth. She usually has a green nose from her soaked alfalfa:) We love her! Then there is Griffin, he doesn’t have any of his teeth and he is 40 years old. He is by far the most active senior horse I have ever met. Would you like to sponsor them? Then finally we have Sugar. She will be available for adoption when she has added enough weight and the Vet feels like she is healthy. In the mean time she would love to have a sponsor to help take care of her:)


She was a tiny thing when she came in January 2010. Wow, has she grown. She is only 3 years old and she needs someone experienced who can teach her the ropes:)

He has come a long way:) He is a 9 year old, recently gelded quarter horse. He came to us about six months ago on a cold and rainy december night. His mane was so matted and falling out so we had to cut it. He has been so nice a sweet and very quiet, considering he was a stallion. He was gelded in January and recovered well. By February he had put on some weight, but still needed quiet a bit more. Now…. He looks amazing. He is such a sweet boy and he is looking great!!! Thanks to Carol for being such an amazing barn momma to him:)

General Lee


This is one of our handsome boys. He is a 10 year old morgan Tennessee cross. Still adding some weight on but getting better every day.

Sunny day


Grace and Nikki enjoyed a sunny day stroll around the farm. Doesn’t Nikki look so cute with her flower:)

Available Feb. 2011

  1. Phantom  and Callie (need to adopt together) – mares, upper teens, western, trail horses.  Phantom is a black & white paint, Callie is a tri color, and they are sisters.
  2. Tiny Tim – anglo arab gelding, born in 2007.  He can be shy and he is just under 15 hands due to malnutrition.  VERY SWEET:)  And a fantastic boy in the saddle.
  3. Marley – black and white paint saddlebred gelding (1994).  Needs groceries before we will ride him, but he is broken to ride and said to be amazing under saddle.
  4. Riddick – quarter horse (2002) and recently gelded in early January.  Very calm for being a stallion so long.  Also ridable.
  5. Minnie Mae – is a for sale mare pony ($800)
  6. Sassy – is a bay mare TWH (1985) and ridable
  7. Bella – is a black mare TWH (2003) and ridable

We are happy to report we have had a few recent adoptions;)

Doug and Betsy have adopted Butterbean (formerly known as Bute), Ellie, and Arabella.  All of them will still be at the farm, but now have very loving “parents”.  Doug and Betsy do and amazing job at caring for them.  Doug, Betsy and Bonney have become our resident horse pediatrist for helping to care for abscess.  They have done such an amazing job rehabing these horses with the feet issues.  Thank you:)

Chase and Austin have also been adopted by the Perry family.  They will also remain at the farm until they can gain some more weight.  We are hopeful and think they will be able to go to the Perry farm in April.  We would also like to Thank the Perry Family for their hay donation.

Diesel was also adopted out… I’m going to miss my “Denis the Menace”.  He is going to a gentleman that has several years of experience with horses and he fell in love with Diesel, who wouldn’t though?

Green Horses

Follow this link to see our green horses!139

Please follow this link to see a few of our horses under saddle!143

Please let us know if you are able to see the photos.

I am only allowed a limited amount of picture space on this blog.  I am going to try to add a link to an online photo album.  Please let me know if this works for you all.  We will be a work in progress for a while until we can work the kinks out. 

Please click the link!136 to view our companion horses.