Are you getting the SAFE Newsletter?

If not, sign up here! 

*required
Click here to check out past issues!
Meet Domino!

Meet Domino!

Domino arrived last Thursday and unloaded from the trailer like a champ. He checked out his surroundings as Terry led him across the property to our quarantine paddock. These paddocks are purposely away from the rest of the herd, but it seemed lonely to be so far away…

read more
Anderson Picks His Person

Anderson Picks His Person

When Terry met Ari, she knew immediately that she had found Anderson’s person. Right after she met with Ari, Anderson’s soon to be adopter, she told a small group of us in the barn and we all squealed with excitement. For those of us who know Anderson know that he…

read more
A Beauty-ful Life

A Beauty-ful Life

Our Beauty has been adopted! When she arrived at SAFE in late 2019, under the gloom of November skies, it was immediately clear that Beauty had also seen brighter days. Her chestnut coat was rough and patchy from malnourishment, and her teeth were in poor condition,…

read more
Our Patient Mac

Our Patient Mac

Mac has been on stall rest for 5 weeks now. He has become so patient with the bandage changes that he doesn’t need any sedation. The vet has changed his bandage about 8 or more times and now the staff can change the wrap every 3 days and the vet will come check it…

read more

Valentine and Tilt are adopted!

Tilt and Valentine are adopted together! We are happy when we find a home for one horse, but when we get to send off two together, destined to be BFF, that makes us ecstatic! Tilt (now Korra) and Valentine (now Callie) headed to their home with Sophia last month and…

read more
Little Lacey

Little Lacey

Lexee, one of our SAFE volunteers worked with Lacey in the March Joel Connor Clinic and here is what she had to say about it. “Ms. Lacey has taught me so much the last 6 months. I’ve been given an awesome opportunity to work with one of the most challenging horses I…

read more
New Menu Item for Quincy

New Menu Item for Quincy

We have added Purina Topline Balancer to Quincy’s feed in an effort to develop his topline. The Purina contains more protein, but is still low in calories. We will be checking his progress at 30, 60 and 90 days.

read more
Sienna is Looking Sleek

Sienna is Looking Sleek

Sienna is what they call an easy keeper, or as her fans insist, “She’s just big boned!” We were giving her the minimum amount of hay that we could, but she still had some weight issues. The staff was stumped and even had her blood tested to see if something was wrong…

read more

SAFE’s mission is furthered by donations from businesses like:

SAFE 2019 Annual Report Now Available

Annual Report Cover

Meet Domino!

Meet Domino!

Domino arrived last Thursday and unloaded from the trailer like a champ. He checked out his surroundings as Terry led him across the property to our quarantine paddock. These paddocks are purposely away from the rest of the herd, but it seemed lonely to be so far away…

Anderson Picks His Person

Anderson Picks His Person

When Terry met Ari, she knew immediately that she had found Anderson’s person. Right after she met with Ari, Anderson’s soon to be adopter, she told a small group of us in the barn and we all squealed with excitement. For those of us who know Anderson know that he…

A Beauty-ful Life

A Beauty-ful Life

Our Beauty has been adopted! When she arrived at SAFE in late 2019, under the gloom of November skies, it was immediately clear that Beauty had also seen brighter days. Her chestnut coat was rough and patchy from malnourishment, and her teeth were in poor condition,…

Our Patient Mac

Our Patient Mac

Mac has been on stall rest for 5 weeks now. He has become so patient with the bandage changes that he doesn’t need any sedation. The vet has changed his bandage about 8 or more times and now the staff can change the wrap every 3 days and the vet will come check it…

Valentine and Tilt are adopted!

Tilt and Valentine are adopted together! We are happy when we find a home for one horse, but when we get to send off two together, destined to be BFF, that makes us ecstatic! Tilt (now Korra) and Valentine (now Callie) headed to their home with Sophia last month and…

Little Lacey

Little Lacey

Lexee, one of our SAFE volunteers worked with Lacey in the March Joel Connor Clinic and here is what she had to say about it. “Ms. Lacey has taught me so much the last 6 months. I’ve been given an awesome opportunity to work with one of the most challenging horses I…

New Menu Item for Quincy

New Menu Item for Quincy

We have added Purina Topline Balancer to Quincy’s feed in an effort to develop his topline. The Purina contains more protein, but is still low in calories. We will be checking his progress at 30, 60 and 90 days.

Sienna is Looking Sleek

Sienna is Looking Sleek

Sienna is what they call an easy keeper, or as her fans insist, “She’s just big boned!” We were giving her the minimum amount of hay that we could, but she still had some weight issues. The staff was stumped and even had her blood tested to see if something was wrong…

Topline for Teddy

Topline for Teddy

Teddi looks like a horse in her 20s and is only 9 years old. We have recently started Teddi on Nutrina Topline Balancer which contains more protein, but is low in calories. We will see if this helps her develop her topline a little better. We will be checking her…

Are you getting the SAFE Newsletter?

If not, sign up here! 

*required
Click here to check out past issues!