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Hungry, Neglected, Abused... Never Again!

Equamore Blog

03
Jun

Confusion

Thor knows he’s not just a pretty face. As he grows in confidence, even learning how to play a little, he still wonders about the purpose of his life at Equamore Sanctuary.

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24
May

SUMMER 2015 – Neigh Saver

The Summer NeighSaver features Gandalf, a beautiful black Percheron who is thriving under the care of one of our volunteers and Wishes, a blind mustang mare who shares a field with Eddie, who is also blind.

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11
May

Abuse and Neglect Take Their Toll on Rescue Horses

Last month, we lost two of our most beloved horses. Both Johnnie B. Goode and Bader came to Equamore in appalling condition. Both appeared to have recovered, but that recovery was tentative, as it is with most horses who have suffered abuse or neglect.

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04
May

After the After-Derby Party

The race has been run, the mint juleped, the wine pulled, the tickets raffled, the guitar strummed, the hats doffed, the tents struck, the chairs folded, and the barn door closed. And we’re ready to do it all over again in 2016.

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23
Apr

Kizzy: Beyond the Finish Line

One of Equamore’s strengths is that we know our horses, that we use patience and common sense when we deal with them, and that we understand that horses, like people, have posttraumatic stress reactions that can be triggered by what seems an insignificant set of circumstances.

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21
Apr

Bader

A Rescue From the Brink of Starvation Chestnut Arab Gelding Entry Date – 8/15/08 at age 17 Type of rescue – Seizure by Jackson County …

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11
Apr

Dugan’s Story

How Dugan, a very small dog, takes on a very big job.

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07
Apr

Johnnie B. Goode

Sweet, Starving, and Stoic Breed – Bay Arab Gelding Entry Date – July 27, 2013 at approximately 25 years of age Type of rescue – …

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