Just some of the many equine friends who’ve found their forever home through SCR. Click on the thumbnails for more pictures!
16.1hh, 10yo, Unraced TB mare. Please check out her video, she is a super sweet mare. Click here for a video of Adelaide4/25/16
Aiden was adopted, on May 19, 2014, and is very happy in his new forever home. 1998 Thoroughbred, likes to work, and does best with daily exercise. Aiden was used in hunter and English pleasure. Walks/Trots/Canter and 100% Sound. Experienced rider preferred, would make a nice entry level dressage partner.
2001 Registered QH mare, approx. 15hh. Super sweet, if you are looking for a beginners horse, or a quiet western pleasure horse then Amber will be a great horse to come look at. 100% Sound, stands, trailers. Click here for a video of Amber11/15 2/16
Sassy Una or Annie as she's known to her closest friends, is a 2004 QH mare.
Annie has what appears to be high ringbone on one of her hind legs. The vet feels that the joint should fuse though, and she will be able to do light work under saddle.
Annie has been adopted. We wish her and her family the best of luck!
Austie is a 1999 Dutch Warmblood gelding, 16h and trained in dressage and huntseat.
Although he had training, Austie was green and needed an intermediate rider. That rider was the young girl that fell in love with him, and they decided on adopting him shortly after their first visit with him. We wish them the best of luck together.
Billy the Kid has had quite the journey in his lifetime. He was born wild in 2002, adopted through the BLM to a family on the east coast and eventually made his way to New England. Billy came to our rescue because his family was overwhelmed and needed to downsize their herd.
Billy came to us as a green-broke horse and found his way into the heart of one of our volunteers. She has decided to make him part of her family. We wish them the best of luck together!
1990 Appaloosa cross.
Buttermilk is a 14h children's pony who came to SCR with only one eye. She had lost sight in the left eye, and eventually, due to a growth in the eye, had surgery to remove it.
Buttermilk found her forever home with a family that had special needs children. She will now spend her time as their companion.
By the Bay, or Rio as she's known around the barn is a 1998 Percheron/Saddlebred mare. She rides English and has done some jumping. Rio does have EPSM, which needs to be managed through her diet.
It didn't take long for Rio's sweet personality and athletic potential to charm people, as she found a new home within just months of arrival.
1998 Arabian Bay mare..approx 15.1hh, Cady has a great foundation of training. Cady had served many years as a companion horse to her pasture buddy. The last few months Cady has been placed back into riding and has done very well. Cady is sound, well balanced and loves to be one on one with her human. Cady prefers to be outside, does not cross-tie, however side ties perfect. Does well with farrier and vet. Click here for a video of Cady11/15,1/16,6/16, 11/16
July 2005 11yo, Arabian Paint Gelding, Approx 14.3hh, triple registered, sound and a pleasure to ride. Good ground manners, sweet boy searching for his forever home. Click here for a video of Cooper5/16, 7/16
Cravings (or Cocoa, as she is known around the barn) is a gorgeous registered 1989 Quarter Horse mare, approximately 15.2 hands high. She has shown English, Western and in Halter classes, and at this point, would be best suited for an intermediate rider.
Cocoa found her forever home with a sweet family who want to pamper and spoil her. In return, she will teach the children about riding and the joys of having horses.
Dallas is a 2001 Paint who came into the rescue as a stallion, and left as a gelding. He was underweight, but otherwise in good health. Dallas is completely untrained, so his adopter will have to start him from the ground up.
Dallas found his forever home with a long time friend of the rescue. We wish them the best of luck together!
Dallas, Registered name- WE Half Moon Bey, is a 9yo, 15.1hh Appy and is the gelded son of Sadira Moon, and Sire was All Zip and Sparkle. Dallas has undergone training, and is doing wonderful. Although still learning, he would make a great trail or pleasure horse. Dallas listens to his rider well, aims to please with an in your pocket personality. Currently being ridden or worked with, daily. Dallas is a super sweet boy and loves to be with his person/s. Click here for a video of Dallas
D'Artagnon, or Dart to his friends, is an aged Saddlebred/Morgan gelding, approximately 14.3 hands high.
Dart is an all-around great guy - he will go English or Western, in or out of the ring and has excellent ground manners.
Dart found his forever home only a week after coming into our care.
Dreamer is a 9 yo Paint Gelding with 2 blue eyes, and is new to the rescue. Videos and Pictures will be added in the next week. Dreamer can be forward and has power, intermediate-experienced rider. Click here for a video of Dreamer
2004, Grey Arabian gelding, approx 15,1hh, Gandalf is new to the rescue, and seems to be well trained. Gandalf is serious, confident, and a smooth mover. Click here for a video of Gandalf5/16, 9/16
Jaegermeister - known as Hans around the barn - is a sweet gelding in need of a lighter workload. He's a 1993 Warmblood gelding who, prior to coming to SCR, was a family horse. Over time, Hans developed a back soreness and although it can be managed, it doesn't seem to be curable...so he is looking for a new job as a pleasure or trail horse.
Hans was adopted out as a light riding companion and is living a life of luxury!
Hickory is 14hh 11yo Reg. Quarter Horse mare. Sweet ground manners, Easy keeper, and would make a great in hand kids horse. Hickory would make a great companion horse too. Hickory has had training to be rode and has not really enjoyed that level of work. The rescue would also being willing to place her with a trainer, if you are looking for a project. Click here for a video of Hickory6/1/16