My 3 rescues are Baldy, Coco and Dusty. Baldy is in his mid 30’s and with several teeth missing needs to be hand fed quite a bit, along with regular supplements, feet trimming, worming, other vaccinations, and rugging. . He’s an Australian stock horse, but had been left in a paddock by himself in retirement. He’s got a great herd around him now and loves the attention he gets here. Coco is 12 years old, standardbred. X trotter. Retired from racing was very burnt out when I first got her. The previous owner was talking about putting her down. This poor girl has itch very bad, hormonal issues and just generally run down and not very trusting of people. Dusty is a quarter horse I got at a sale yard totally underweight, had never been handled at the age of 12 months. Had been a product of the drought and it really showed. He was very shy and took a long time to settle in and make this his home but you wouldn't recognize he's the same horse now. Happy & healthy!
Please help these beautiful horses live a happy healthy life. Any help is greatly appreciated. Horses are incredibly expensive to maintain, vet bills, teeth care, hoof care, feeding, supplements, rugs, worming, the list goes on. I consider these horses my family and dont want to rehome them, which can be problematic anyway, they dont always find a good home and would also end up being separated. Im also hoping my health gets better in time and I can start working again & caring for them myself. Thank you in advance from Baldy, Coco & Dusty❤️
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