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Recent SAFE News

Thank you Pilchuck Vet Hospital!

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Over the course of the past year, SAFE has been extremely fortunate to have received donated veterinary services from Pilchuck Veterinary Equine Hospital. Their expertise and generosity has made it possible for us to perform diagnostic work on horses that we wouldn’t have been able to afford—or even justify—without their help. It’s hard to sufficiently express what an honor it is to have the support of such an incredible group of veterinarians, vet techs, and support staff. So on behalf of Kai, Lucky, Dottie, Lola, Cameo, Finn, Phoenix, Skittles, Skye, and Strider, THANK YOU Pilchuck for your care, your kindness, and your amazing spirit of giving in 2014!

2015 Open House Dates at SAFE Harbor Stables

SAFE holds a quarterly Open House in which we invite our supporters and neighbors to come for a visit! Here are the dates we’ve chosen for 2015 2015 Dates: Sunday Mar 29, 2015 Sunday, June 28, 2015 Sunday, Sept 27, 2015 Sunday, Dec 6, 2015 Time: Noon to 3pm Location: SAFE Harbor Stables, 16509 164th NE, Woodinville WA 98072

The Paddock Paradise Project

Turnout. Every horse owner wants to provide more of it, but that’s often easier said than done. Land is expensive, and here in the Pacific Northwest, our winters and our horses can turn a lovely pasture to mud faster than you can say “What happened to my lovely pasture?!” Here at Safe Harbor Stables, we struggle with…

SAFE Values Statement

SAFE is currently going through an exciting period of development and growth, and as a result, we’ve had the opportunity to take a closer look at who we are and why we choose to do the things that we do. Having defined these values for ourselves, it seemed to make good sense to share them with…

Owen Training Update

Owen’s work under saddle with trainer Matt Olson is proceeding right on schedule…our curly boy is now walking, trotting, and cantering with a rider. If you’ve been following Owen’s story, you’ll know that we’ve all been a bit surprised at how well he’s done in his training…almost “too well” if you can believe that… So…