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Nicole

Nicole finds love “There’s something about kids and horses,” is an often heard statement in the horse world. Kids and innocence, kids and hope, kids and the belief in magic…. Most of us seem to lose that special thing that kids have when we get older. The realities of the world cloud our childlike vision Full Article

Scooby

Scooby, the Mystery Horse Scooby walked up to someone’s house during one of the most rainy periods we’ve seen in this area. He was soaked, his hair was a ...Full Article

Shadow

Shadow, September 8, 2001 Shadow came to us September 8th. She spent the last 17 days at the county pens, as required by law, waiting for her owner to ...Full Article

Hope – “…with every beat of your heart”

The Story of Hope, April 17, 2001 I’ve never become hardened to the pain and suffering of horses, but I’ve become wiser, knowing there is no limit to what ...Full Article

Rose

Rose, August 11, 2003 She came to us the last week in April of 2003 – old, thin, missing one eye, scared – from an owner that could no ...Full Article

Ziggy March 25th

Ziggy, March 25, 2003 Home – a place of friends, of love, a place where one is accepted with open arms, where food is always available, where others care ...Full Article

Ziggy Nov 15

Update: November 29 Update: December 20 Update: March 25, 2003 – Ziggy finds a home This is a picture of Ziggy after a month of feeding, grooming, worming and ...Full Article

Ziggy

Ziggy, October 15, 2002 Update: November 15 Update: November 29 Update: December 20 Update: March 25, 2003 – Ziggy finds a home See Me Car after car drove down ...Full Article

Missy

Pictures of Missy: Habitat for Horses is a 501.c.3 nonprofit equine protection organization supported solely by donations. We have around 200 donkeys and horses under our care, plus one ornery, ...Full Article

Darby

“You can either pick them up or I’ll send them to the auction.” One night, when no human was around, Darby took a fall. The next morning he stood ...Full Article