This is a special time of year for SEO. Our worst neglect cases come to us in the months December through March. During the next few months hours upon hours are spent feeding, brushing, providing them with needed veterinary care, and gaining their trust.
As spring time comes our way, the horse’s dull & unthrifty hair coats shed out. The beautiful metamorphous revels healthy and shiny horses glad to be in foster homes that care deeply about them.
It is during this time of year that the horses have enough energy and spunk to show us their true personalities.
Sofie & June: Guarded but both are willing to learn
Elvis: A ham who has found his forever home
Ellie, Capri & Lilly: Beautiful young girls who love people and attention
Noni & Clifford: Trustworthy, solid horses that must remember some kind humans from their past.
Reba & Faith: So full of confidence they don’t even know they are a year behind in growth from chronic malnutrition.
Izzy: A tremendously calm and patient young mare with tons of potential
Bingo: An old man still willing to learn after years of neglect
Howard: A brilliant, kind mind that allows people into his space after years of being a lead stallion in the wild.
Mr. Bigs: He is alive! He has spunk in those eyes that we are starting to see
The adults are now heading into training so they can receive a solid base of knowledge and provide reliability for their eventual new owners. All the time, money and energy that has been poured into each of the horses is visually paying off.
Summer, our favorite season, is adoption time. These special horses will find their forever person. Watching them bond and fall in love with each other will give us the motivation and energy to start the process all over again this coming winter.
Thank you for choosing to give to these horses. They have a community looking out for them. Just the way it should be!
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