Save Ginger from Slaughter

A few months ago I purchased my new horse Dewey and we sold my horse Ginger to a new owner who planned on using her in their facility for lessons.

Now that some time has passed, Ginger's new owner has determined she is incompatible with that barn's riders and does not wish to keep her. While Ginger has always been an excellent jumper, but notorious for being a slow start, apparently she has been behvaing differently in her new environment and it has caused much frustration for her new owner.

Ginger's new owner wanted us to purchase her back, but we simply don't have the capacity or ability to stable and care for two horses. Upon learning we wouldn't be buying her back, the new owner advised she plans on selling Ginger to slaughter this Friday, 8/25, at Sugarcreek auction.

We are now springing into action in an attempt to save Ginger's life. Ginger is a stunningly gorgeous and talented mare who does not deserve this fate. The stable where we house Dewey, Stoney Ridge, has generously offered to help with resources to rehabilitate and house Ginger, providing her with a safe home and appropriate care, but we need to purchase Ginger back first, and we don't have much time in which to do it.  Any help is greatly appreciated!!


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Liz Maher 
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