Dr. Wynn came out today to check on Willy. He is now officially out of quarantine and able to go to pasture with Luke. It was so great to see our rescue horses bond in the pasture. They both have a long way to go with getting their weight back but I think they are so happy to be alive and not on a truck to Mexico to get slaughtered. Those who would like to donate would so much be appreciated to help us with the care of these horses. We have a pay-pal account or you can charge it on your credit card. The donations are tax-exempt.
Our rescue horse Willie arrived around Saturday morning at 1:30 am. Thanks to our barn manager Kayla and her husband at Lake Trail Stables, they were able to get Willie in his stall and start his recovery to being healthy. Warren Wynn our vet was able to exam him on Saturday that day and started him on a large dose of antibiotics because of his lung congestion. We are praying for a full recovery. Willie has a sweet disposition and I think he is thankful for us saving him. If I had not seen him on that kill pen website that day, He was being loaded on a trailer to Mexico for slaughter. We know Willie will be a great horse for someone who can give him a permanent home of love.
We have just saved the life of another horse going to slaughter. We saw Luke on a Kill Pen website. He was only 2 yrs. old and we couldn’t bare knowing that he was headed to slaughter the same day we bought him. We look forward to getting him healthy because he was pretty beat up and very malnourished.
We are so blessed. Jessie fell in love with Frisco when he was at my trainer’s facility. Wendy, our trainer, would let Jessie help when she was available and I think that is where their bond formed. Jessie’s Mom and Dad gave her a surprise birthday gift in November and now Frisco has a forever home and we are so happy that Jessie loves him.
We saved Frisco in June. His owner couldn’t take care of him and she was moving out of town. He was slightly malnourished and younger than 2 yrs. of age. We are excited about training him so he can go to his forever home.