We want to thank Newman’s Own Foundation for giving us a very generous donation specified for maintenance and repair at the shelter.
The Hay Wagon has been needed some upkeep and new parts, so thanks to Newman’s Own, Larry headed down to John Deere to pick up the parts.
Larry then spent a few days working on it. It is so nice that Larry is such a great volunteer and can get just about anything fixed that needs it.
Last week our staff worked hard dragging our paddock 2, and it looks very nice. We wish we were able to irrigate the pastures this year, but with the drought in California, we felt we should do our part in saving water.
Shadow was getting ready to head to her new home, and part of her preparations was getting her teeth floated. Shadow was transferred to California from our Tennessee Shelter, and now she was getting ready to go to her forever home.
We are so happy for her and her new mom.
We had a horse surrendered into our Last Act of Kindness program. This program is one of the most necessary, front line programs we have to keep horses from either suffering long, lingering illness’ when their owners cannot afford the high cost of euthanasia that most vets charge, or from entering the slaughter pipeline by being taken to auction. We are so thankful when owners make the right decision for their beloved horse.
Forest, our Andalusian Paint cross, wanted to tell everyone thank you for donating. He would like to remind everyone that our Auction Fundraiser isn’t quite there yet, and to please donate!
Our Auction Fundraiser is currently at $5,609 out of our goal of $6,000 for the rescue and care of Auction Horses. Please help us reach our goal and send our rescuers to the auction! Click here.
Thank you all for your support to our Auction Fundraiser and our other programs, we couldn’t do it without you!