Pancho is a lovely 14.3 hand stocky paint who has been our rescue mascot for quite a while. He has been in a parade and even been used as a therapy horse. He is very easy going and still has a lot to offer.
Cleo is a lovely mare with a adorable disposition. She's friendly and curious. Once she settles in, she loves making new friends!
Madame Grand is the prettiest old lady you will ever meet. A retired race horse and former broodmare, nothing phases this old gal! She's calm and friendly with a dignified air that would fit right in at a royal tea party. She's looking for a great home to live out her retirement in comfort.
Braveheart is a little shy but super cute. A former amish cart horse, he was in bad shape when he came to us, but we have been diligently nurshing him back to health and are proud to say he is doing much better! He's looking for a comfortable forever home with lots of love.
Penny is a gorgeous Thoroughbred cross! She's friendly and well mannered. She can be ridden but has not been ridden much recently, so she needs a little bit of work to get her back in shape, and would do best with an experienced rider. She's a good horse looking for her forever home!
Pippin is an precious grey and white paint pony. He was likely not treated well before coming to us, so he's a little skittish and still learning to trust people again. He would do best with an experienced adopter who can coax him out of his shell.
Blanca is a exquisite POA. The Pony of the Americas (POA) is a pony breed developed in the state of Iowa in the United States. The foundation stallion was an Arabian/Appaloosa/Shetland pony cross. A breed registry was founded in 1954, and within 15yrs had registered 12,500 ponies. Our POA is gentle and adorable. She is a new arrival and we are letting her settle in and get used to things around...
Daisy is a sweetie pie. She's calm and well behaved, and loves to cuddle! She's great with children and other horses. Her easy going attitude tends to have a calming effect on more skittish horses. She arrived at our rescue late at night in the middle of a snow storm, and while her traveling companions where a bit freaked out, she hardly batted an eye!