Saturday, January 30, 2010

The Newest Fallon Feedlot Horses

These are photos of the 8 new rescues on the Fallon Feedlot. They will be shipping to Shiloh either Thursday or Friday of next week.

We saved all 8 for a total of $1750.00. We used our Slaughter Fund as well as Shiloh's general account to pay for them.


Friendly little black colt.

Paint colt- coming 4 years old. Look at that facial marking- very unique! He looks like an antelope...

Older paint gelding for kids/family.



A young filly.

A friendly Thoroughbred gelding.

Another Thoroughbred gelding, 8-9 years old.

Paint colt.

Older kids/family horse.

18 comments:

willowsmom said...

Good Job ladies!!! Can't wait to see the pics when you get them to Shiloh and they feel safe and loved!!!

Julie said...

They are very lucky to have you Jill. What a wonderful group, worth the price and more!

Amy said...

holy moly. they look pitiful. thank you for getting them. it looks like they really need some tlc and good food.

Mikey said...

Oh good job!! I'm so glad!! They do indeed look miserable up there. I can't wait for them to get to you guys! That one horse's markings are crazy!

ajkulig said...

Holly cow! Poor things covered in mud with the snow coming down! I am so glad you got them!

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Helga said...

Well it is a good thing people can work together to save these wonderful souls. Look forward to meeting them :)

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Cheryl Ann said...

THANK YOU, Shiloh, for saving them! They do look pitiful and under your care, they will received good care and loving! Can't wait to see the updates on them! Great job, ladies! And, yes, MANY California horses DO end up on slaughter feedlots in other states. I should know. I have 2 horses from a slaughter-bound feedlot myself.

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Talisman Farm said...

False adversting, one only needs to go to shiloh to see the conditions of some of these horses that are rescued - sounds to me like this person did not get her facts straight or is in denial about what truly happens to these horses at these feed lots. I support shiloh for their efforts in saving these horses, clients that are looking for horses i ask that they consider adopting from shiloh first so these horses can have a 2nd chance at finding a loving home.

the 4 D's said...

These are beautiful horses Jill and Sally! GREAT JOB!!!Can't wait to meet them :) Your passion for these horses is AMAZING! You are Gods Angels. D

Leah said...

Way to go gals! I can hardly wait to meet them. Thanks once more for all that you do to help horses.

the 4 D's said...

I agree with talisman farm anyone who wants a great horse should come to shiloh for I have 2 rescue horses and they ARE the Best

jamie said...

that paint colt is gorgeous. I love him!