Beautiful warm weather at the ranch. All the winter blankets are now off and the horses are beginning to shed out their thick winter coats.
Sad news as Sanctuary Horse, Meadow, passed away this morning. She was in her thirties and had lived a good horse life in our pastures after being rescued from slaughter in 2007. Rest in peace, Meadow...
Adoptable horse, Slider, looking cute in the turn out...
Muncie, one of the horses found dumped in the desert two months ago, is gradually gaining weight. Once he is healthy he will be evaluated for adoption to his new home. A very sweet young gelding who is going make someone an excellent horse.
Jiggs, who was adopted many years ago, returned to Shiloh yesterday. His loving owner is moving out of the country and didn't want Jiggs to have to go through the stress. He is now approx 29 years old and looks wonderful. Welcome back, Jiggs!
Trucker tried on a saddle blanket...
Wandering Mustang, Cortez, silhouetted in the Barn aisle...
Gina and Fortune in their riding lesson. They did awesome!
Some of Guardian Angel senior horses in Assisted Living enjoying their GA feed on Sunday morning.
Kimberly Koker Fashion House announces premiere fashion show to be held at Count’s Vamp’d Rock Bar and Grill
All proceeds from evening go to benefit the Shiloh Horse Rescue and Sanctuary
WHAT: Couture designer Kimberly Koker will premiere her newest line of fresh and unique designs at a fashion show to benefit the Shiloh Horse Rescue & Sanctuary. Koker set out with a goal to add femininity and glamour to clothing for the “biker side” in all women. In addition to full glamour, Koker also offers a line of sexy loungewear.
Shiloh Horse Rescue & Sanctuary is a Federally recognized 501(c)(3) non- profit that rescues abused, unwanted, neglected and slaughter-bound horses of all types. Founded by Jill Curtis, the team at Shiloh shares a basic belief that all horses, regardless of age or lameness and health problems, have worth and value and can enjoy second chances at a new life.
Count’s Vamp’d is owned by designer Kimberly Koker’s brother Danny “Count” Koker of Count’s Kustoms and HISTORY channel hit series “Counting Cars.” Well known to HISTORY viewers thanks to his frequent appearances on the hit series Pawn Stars, Koker moved into the driver’s seat when “Counting Cars” premiered in August of 2012 to record-breaking ratings. The show’s second season of filming is already underway and expected to premiere in the Spring of 2013. WHEN: Thursday, March 14 7 p.m. - Doors open8 p.m. - Fashion show begins9 p.m. - Special performance by Zito 77 and Danny “Count” Koker WHERE: Count’s Vamp’d Rock Bar & Grill6750 West SaharaLas Vegas, NV 89109
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: Tickets for the evening are $15 per person and goes to benefit the Shiloh Horse Rescue & Sanctuary. For more information on this event, please visit Kimberly Koker’s Fashion House online at www.kimkouture.com or become a fan on Facebook at www.facebook.com//KimKouture. For information on Shiloh Horse Rescue & Sanctuary, please visit www.shilohhorserescue.com.