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Congratulations to Misty and Carly!

misty_placed_06_08_2015Let’s start the week off with some very happy news! MISTY HAS BEEN ADOPTED!!! Misty is now the proud pony of Carly P, a very talented young hunter/jumper rider with a very big heart. Carly might have chosen an expensive, made jumper as her second horse, but she wanted to give something back to a horse who needed a little something extra. She met and fell in love with Misty, and one month ago, she and her mom took Misty home on trial. In that time, she’s been having the time of her life with our little Appy girl. Misty has also been to a rated horse show where she competed in 2 ft hunters and won ribbons riding against seasoned riders and professionals! Misty’s trial period is over and Carly and her family say she’s staying right where she is!! Congratulations Misty!! You look amazing and we are so proud of you!! And thank you Carly, for giving Misty everything she needs to succeed!! 

Unforgettable Horses

There is a reason that we celebrate the small victories and fairytale endings here at SAFE: keeping our focus on the positive aspects of the work we do gives us the strength and energy to keep doing that work. Because in between the amazing transformations and the unforgettable stories, there are moments when the injustice…Continue Reading

Let’s hear it for Anderson!

Our gregarious gelding was released from the hospital last weekend and made an uneventful journey down to Vader WA where he will be starting kindergarden with trainer Darik Anderson. Testosterone is still ebbing away, but we have high hopes for this handsome fella. We also want to send an enormous THANK YOU to Dr Hannah…Continue Reading

New intake: Sophie

We have a new horse to introduce. This is Sophie. She’s a 2 year old TB/QH filly that was surrendered to SAFE this morning. She sustained a bad injury to her neck about 3–4 days ago when she was impaled on an uncapped t-post. The wound was not treated, leaving a gaping hole. Once we…Continue Reading