Pax and Officer Clark find their pot of gold
Our horses were so happy to see sunshine on St. Patrick's Day this year. Weeks of record rain and snow have been made for a tough winter at the ranch, so the sunshine was definitely welcome.
Pax and Officer Clark are very good friends. Officer Clark was a medical retirement from the San Diego Police Department in December 2008. Pax joined our sanctuary in June of 2019. These two have been good buddies ever since and they are both always looking for a reason to party. Of course, as red heads, they have a special fondness for St. Patrick's Day.
Simone has been with us since 2008. She has the dubious distinction of being the worst neglect case that San Diego County Animal Services successfully recovered. Her arrival at the ranch began our partnership with San Diego County Animal Services, a partnership that has saved the lives of over 100 equines since 2008.
Raelee came to us when a local rescue, HiCaliber, closed its doors in 2018. We doubt she knows the legend of Tir Na Nog, but thanks to your support, she has a forever home. She is very bonded to Smoki, another red-headed mare. Your support provides these two beautiful mares with a wonderful retirement filled with plenty of food, veterinary care, farrier care and love.
Whether or not it is Dt. Patrick's Day we consider all of the ranch residents, "lucky." Rain or shine, they're all able to enjoy their golden years. This luck has very little to do with leprechauns and pots of gold. It has everything to do with YOU and your generous support of our work to care for abused, abandoned, and neglected horses.
Thank you for making our horses the luckiest ones around!
Simone loves wearing green.
Raelee wishes you good luck!