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Thurston County Deputies seize 14 starving horses

A huge thank you to all that have donated and/or offered to help. We are getting so many offers to foster that it's hard to keep up. The emails are coming by the dozens. If you don't hear back from us right away please bear with us. We will get back to you hopefully within the next day. 

To see the KOMO story click here

To see the KIRO story click here

BABIES!

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Jasmine and her baby

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Lindy and her baby

The babies are doing so well and growing so fast and the mothers are taking great care of them!

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Natural Horse Supply has been so kind as to donate all the proceeds of their discontinued rope to Hooved Animal Rescue. If you are in need of any rope or know of anyone that might be this would be a great opportonity to help out HAROTC and get some rope at the same time.

"I have both black and white with a blue tracer, 5/8" double braid nylon rope just waiting for the do it yourself people.. (Please note that this rope measures more like 3/4" in diamater although it is purchased as 5/8"). If you know how to splice rope, or you would like to use a rope clamp, this is your oportunity to make it yourself.

There is a limit of 50' per purchase. Anything over that amount will be refunded and you will be asked to make another transacation to complete the balance.. You will not be able to add this to your cart with other purchases in order for me to ensure all proceeds go where they are intended."

(click the logo, link or here to find out more)

Adoption Spotlight:
"Chance"

Name: Chance
Breed: Full Arab
Color: Bay with blaze and 2 front white sox up to his knees
Age: 3 years old
Sex: Gelding
Size: About 14 hands

Personality: Chance gets along well with other horses and is easy to catch. he has had a lot of handling and is very sweet. He also has a lot of energy

Training: Chance halters, trailers and lunges. He has been started on groundwork using Natural Horsemanship techniques. He stands quietly for the farrier and has been clipped on his chin.

Quirks or Bad Behavior: None

Health Issues: None.

Owner/Rider Experience Level: Because he is a youngster, Chance needs a patient owner who has experience training young horses or an owner who is willing to have a professional train him.

Best suited for: With training Chance could do competitive or endurance riding, trail riding or be a 4H project. He has a lot of potential.

Adoption Fee: Available upon request

Please contact Kathy at harotc@live.com for more information about this horse.

Happy Tails!

JIM

We get all kinds of young flashy horses in that everyone oohs and aahhs over but nobody pays attention to the old, senior ones. They’re the "throw away" bunch. We never thought we’d find someone willing to take on Jim and give him a forever home for his remaining years. We were WRONG!!!!! Thankfully, Mary found it in her heart to take Jim and let him live in her green pastures. Since Jim has anxiety issues if he can’t see the other horses he also has a new pasture buddy so he’s fit and happy. Jim came to us along with a miniature stallion the end of October ‘10. They were forgotten in a back field. Now he’s fat and happy and living the good life.

Maddie & Luckie

A great article from theHORSE.com on body scoring:


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