Thursday, March 25, 2010

More Photos!


It has been a very busy few days at Shiloh. But, what's new?

First off, we brought our Painted Pony, Shiloh, home to my house yesterday. Here Sally helps push him up the driveway. Sally is truly a Barn Manager who does it all! Shiloh will be picked up on Friday morning when he will be brought to a television studio here in Vegas for a news interview with Tony. Then he is off to Dillards for Saturdays Event.


Shiloh in my house, I love having him here!

Back to Ranch photos:
We are beginning to work with Napa. She is fat and sound, ready to begin her adoption evaluation...
Image is being picked up this afternoon for the Vet Testing. He will be used to teach vet students about Cushings Disease. Roy, Wasabi, Baja, Trigger and Hoops join him in this month's testing.

It took us a while to catch Wanderer Baja. Scrappy and Lindsey Loham tried to run interference, but we eventually caught her...

Sally cleaned up Trigger...

I had to give Cary Granite a little bit of sedation so the Farrier could finish up his hooves. For being such a big strong guy, he sure is a light weight! He snored away for quite a while after his hooves were done...

This is Twerp. He is looking good, so we will begin evaluating him for a new home very soon. He is supposed to love children and supposedly is a horse that anyone can ride. He is a cutie!

Battle Born napped in the hay...

Over in the Mega Pasture, Will ate his breakfast. This is such a sweet young gelding!

Tanis is out with his Harem in the Mega Pasture. He is so funny to watch, all the girls follow him everywhere!
Of course, how could they resist?

We all went out into Mega Pasture to try to catch the elusive Tioga. This is Sharil and Sally- both thinking postive by bringing along a halter. Tioga needed to come in to have his skin cancer area checked on the upcoming Vet Day...
There goes Tioga now!

And goes...
And goes! Where are Sally and Sharil? Go get him girls!

Sunset, watched all the fun from afar...

Snafu just ignored everyone and ate his hay...

These guys never blinked an eye...

Here is Dodge looking good...

And Dodge's pal, Cisco.


Over in the arenas, Elisa worked with Broadway. We had given Broadway some time off in the pasture over the winter, but she is back to work and will be looking for her new home very soon.

6 comments:

shilohsally said...

Thanks Jill for putting my Butt "front and center". I hope to return the favor!

Elaine said...

Your a hard worker Sally, I dont know how you do it. You too Jill. I love Granite, he is such a good boy. I loved how he kicked up his heels in the back pen before the Parrelli lesson, it was awesome to see him so happy. Twerp looks awesome, I must be partial to white horses, do you think. Vanilla is a silly girl, oh well. I love Stretch though he is such a good boy too. I guess I could go on and on, love them all really.

susan said...

Nice to see folks who work as hard as I do !! Can't wait until June, but will have to. I'm kind'a stick up here in the rain and gloomy weather..just for two more months. I'm ready to work !!!!

Sharil said...

Sally, I have a couple pix you could use!!! hahaha

Jillie, What a wonderful mother and partner in Shiloh you have.
Rain, snow, sand storm, flooding etc, Sally is there 7 days a week, along with you of course :) I don't know any mother/daughter who can take care of one the largest horse rescues like you two!!! You have set the bar ver high!!

Shiloh Horse Rescue and Sanctuary said...

Sharil- don't you dare give Sally those pictures! :00 ha ha!

Found art blog said...

SHOW US THE PICTURES!!!!!!!!!!!! SALLYYYY..... SHOW US!!