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Scooter’s Story

Scooter’s Story

Scooter came to SAFE early in 2012 as part of a group of Arabian horses seized by Animal Control after terrible neglect. Scooter was one of two stallions in the group (the other being Oscar) and the information SAFE was given about these two in particular was…

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Coco is Six Months Old!

Coco is Six Months Old!

Can you believe Coco is already 6 months old? It seems like it was just yesterday when we found out our little 25 year old mare, Sundae, wasn’t just a little round, she was pregnant! That little squirt, Coco has been an independent lady from day one, kicking up her…

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Alumni Update: Tabitha (Willa)

Alumni Update: Tabitha (Willa)

We recently received an update from Tabitha’s (now known as Willa) adopter, who tells us that Willa is doing great! She recently lost her old companion, and in the interim while her adopter looks for a new friend for her, has been handling being an only horse very…

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Minnie: Smart AND cute

Minnie: Smart AND cute

Minnie is growing up to be a fantastic, smart little pony! Stunning, too! Minnie and SAFE volunteer Lexi participated in the Groundwork session of the most recent Joel Conner clinic and Minnie was a rock star!. She was soft and easy going in a large class of other…

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Sienna, the Conundrum

Sienna, the Conundrum

Sienna is one of the safest horses we have for groundwork, but right now, she’s one of the most dangerous to ride. In groundwork, she is soft and willing, and pretty enjoyable to work with. But when being ridden—especially if she gets tight or scared—she can start…

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Alumni Update: Banner

Alumni Update: Banner

We recently received an update from Banner’s adopter, who tells us that Banner has been doing great! Back in fall of 2020, Banner was diagnosed with a mild case of equine odontoclastic tooth resorption and hypercementosis (EOTRH), but his adopter tells us that there…

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Alumni Update: Roscoe

Alumni Update: Roscoe

We recently received an update from Roscoe’s adopter, who tells us that Roscoe is doing wonderfully! She says that he improves with every ride, and that she couldn’t ask for a better horse. The pair recently took a trip to Bolender Horse Park, where they conquered…

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A Sad Goodbye

A Sad Goodbye

We are so sad to tell you that we lost Merry to colic yesterday. Late Wednesday morning, Lily noticed that things were not right with Merry. She didn’t finish her breakfast, and was acting oddly, standing with her head down, pawing at the ground. Her vitals and gut…

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Scooter’s Story

Scooter’s Story

Scooter came to SAFE early in 2012 as part of a group of Arabian horses seized by Animal Control after terrible neglect. Scooter was one of two stallions in the group (the other being Oscar) and the information SAFE was given about these two in particular was…

Coco is Six Months Old!

Coco is Six Months Old!

Can you believe Coco is already 6 months old? It seems like it was just yesterday when we found out our little 25 year old mare, Sundae, wasn’t just a little round, she was pregnant! That little squirt, Coco has been an independent lady from day one, kicking up her…

Alumni Update: Tabitha (Willa)

Alumni Update: Tabitha (Willa)

We recently received an update from Tabitha’s (now known as Willa) adopter, who tells us that Willa is doing great! She recently lost her old companion, and in the interim while her adopter looks for a new friend for her, has been handling being an only horse very…

Minnie: Smart AND cute

Minnie: Smart AND cute

Minnie is growing up to be a fantastic, smart little pony! Stunning, too! Minnie and SAFE volunteer Lexi participated in the Groundwork session of the most recent Joel Conner clinic and Minnie was a rock star!. She was soft and easy going in a large class of other…

Sienna, the Conundrum

Sienna, the Conundrum

Sienna is one of the safest horses we have for groundwork, but right now, she’s one of the most dangerous to ride. In groundwork, she is soft and willing, and pretty enjoyable to work with. But when being ridden—especially if she gets tight or scared—she can start…

Alumni Update: Banner

Alumni Update: Banner

We recently received an update from Banner’s adopter, who tells us that Banner has been doing great! Back in fall of 2020, Banner was diagnosed with a mild case of equine odontoclastic tooth resorption and hypercementosis (EOTRH), but his adopter tells us that there…

Alumni Update: Roscoe

Alumni Update: Roscoe

We recently received an update from Roscoe’s adopter, who tells us that Roscoe is doing wonderfully! She says that he improves with every ride, and that she couldn’t ask for a better horse. The pair recently took a trip to Bolender Horse Park, where they conquered…

A Sad Goodbye

A Sad Goodbye

We are so sad to tell you that we lost Merry to colic yesterday. Late Wednesday morning, Lily noticed that things were not right with Merry. She didn’t finish her breakfast, and was acting oddly, standing with her head down, pawing at the ground. Her vitals and gut…

Mr Mac

Mr Mac

Mac’s leg wound is slowly healing, but still requires bandaging and medication. Groundwork is helping him not being so upset with little things. He’s a worrier, and tends to get a little nervous about things like being fly sprayed or gently hosed off. He is good for…

Montana Will Need Time

Montana Will Need Time

Montana has a long path ahead of him before he will be available for adoption. We don’t know if he has been haltered before, but given his current reluctance at being approached, we suspect he either hasn’t been haltered or had a less than optimal introduction to…

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