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Equamore Blog

27
Jul

NeighSaver Summer 2014

Thor and Bryant are featured as is a horse’s version of a famous song about fences. Come sing along with us as we make the kind of improvements to the Sanctuary which will allow us to save more of the estimated 100,000 “unwanted” horses currently without alternatives in the United States.

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24
Jul

Casper’s Big Day

Casper, once labeled “afraid of his own shadow,” has blossomed into a sweet and loving horse. Each day everything at Equamore gets a little less …

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21
Jul

Scared Together

I have been trying to be calm, to be still, and to not scare people. I am not against scaring people. I just prefer to …

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29
Apr

Back in the Mare Field and Loving It!

Well, with spring grass, Magic and I are back in the dry mare field.   Last year I was blue at this time.  But this year, …

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14
Mar

A Message for Chance

Chance and I have had our differences – all over Bojingles, the lovely mare.   But today he lost Sassy who he had protected and guarded …

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14
Mar

Tribute to Beautiful Sassy

Today Sassy went to her final sanctuary.   Sassy was an amazing being.   This beautiful mare had a plaintiff whinny and a powerful kick, showed a …

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13
Mar

Sassy

The difficult decision to release Sassy from this life was made after consultation with the vet and farrier who could no longer, with good conscience, continue to treat the badly deteriorated joints in her lower front legs. We learn from all of our horses. From Sassy we are reminded of the strength of raw will power to defy the odds, the kindness of a spirit even in adversity, and the endurance of close friendship. We will miss you so much, Sassy.

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13
Mar

NEIGHSAVER–SPRING 2014

Your donations changed the fates of two of the fifty-five horses who had run out of options until Equamore intervened and let Johnny B. Goode re-learn how to “Go, Go, Go” and Royal Crown get back his sense of humor.

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