Friday, July 23, 2010

Finally, Some Photos!

Sally and I got a chance to get away from the Hospital for a few hours.

I took these photos this morning:

First off, the newest arrivals were moved into the Isolation pasture so they can move around and hang out together. The other three feedlot horses, Carefree, Latilla and Gomez were moved to the rescue side of the ranch. Carefree and Latilla are now in the Mare Motel and Gomez has moved into the Gummies.

In the Isolation Pasture:

Higgins, the Thoroughbred type gelding.

Checkers, the Appy gelding.

Slider, the four year old non colored Appy gelding.

Roulette, the black Quarter Horse mare.

Dash, the big Quarter Horse gelding.


Back on the Rescue side:
Gummie pen member, Falcon.

This is another New Arrival, a big draft cross Mule named Moose. Moose was donated by his owner and is blind in one eye.

We went ahead and let him out to wander today and he ambled away to explore his new home...

In Kinder Care, Brisa is getting big!

Hoops in Easy Street...

Ciento in Easy Street...

Poker, also in Easy Street.

Wanderer Charlie by Okay Corral...

Slewus gets a drink in the Big Pasture...

Okay Corral.

More Okay Corral.

Nevada in Easy Street...

Nevada's boyfriend, Stitch.

Cognac is up to a very healthy weight and will begin her adoption evaluation within a month...

In the Bar, Cricket and Butterfly shared a feed bucket...

We removed Fame's staples, the wound looks great.

Sally removing stitches from Hoops who had cut her head at the last vet testing. It's all healed up as well.
Sally moves new arrival, Sienna from the Mare Motel to Assisted Living.

Ketchum looking great in Assisted Living, he is doing wonderfully!

Battle Born, now weaned and ready to move to his new home...

He is going to make such a neat horse!

Sunny, who came from the Feedlot with chronic Laminitis, is having trouble. The heat really makes the Laminitic horses feel worse...

Sharil soaked her hooves and after that, Sunny settled down to eat. Then she headed outside to lay in her pile of shavings in her outdoor run. We are working to keep her comfortable...

Peace Pipe is now fat and has been moved out of the Barn and into Easy Street. Once his hernia is repaired, we will begin working with him for adoption to a new home. He is such a neat little gelding...


2 comments:

Elaine said...

Wow you guys were busy bees. Love all the pictures and updates on all our animal friends.

Addy said...

Yes very nice and beautiful pictures, horses are looking good but are without saddle.Western saddle is my choice and i think Western saddle collection includes barrel racing saddles, premium saddles, show saddle, green saddle, youth/pony saddles and training saddle to name a few.