Captain came from New Holland, PA in May of 2015 as part of a joint effort with Equine Rescue Network (ERN).  Captain had a very irritated eye that turned out to be Squamous Cell Carcinoma. Dr. Ted Johnson from the VT-NH Veterinary Clinic removed his eye. Captain still has scabs on his nose which we are watching closely. He is a very smart, very fun, very grateful and very forgiving horse.  Captain's new adopted Mom has had him seen at Cornell to have the remaining cancerous scabs removed from his nose.  

Domino (Adopted)

Charlie is a late teens Belgian gelding that came to us from western New York.  He was separated from his teammate at an auction.  He has some lameness issues, and is a bit unsteady in his hind end.

We are working with our veterinarian to determine how we can help him the most.

Charlie  peacefully passed over the Rainbow Brigdge.

Belle (Passed July 29, 2016)

Forever Homes Found

Sunny (Renamed Big Guy in his Forever Home)

Belgian Molly Mules

Captain (In a Safe Forever Home

Sunny went through a high risk auction in Canandaigua, New York.  We were lucky enough to have a foster home for him until we were able to make the trip out to pick him up. His foster mom and her daughter fell in love with him and couldn't part with him. He is in a great forever home, has gained weight, and has a new best friend. 

Judy (Adopted)

Pepper (Passed Dec 19, 2016)

Domino is a 15 year old Percheron gelding.  He came from western New York.  Domino drives, but we have not had a chance to try riding him yet.  Once he is through quarantine, he will be having his hooves trimmed, his teeth floated, and getting his vaccines. 

Domino is now living in Maine in his forever home!

Megan (Adopted)

Lady was a fairly young Belgian mare that was 4 legged lame. She was at the Bastrop kill pen in Louisiana. We worked with Equine Rescue Network(ERN) to get her safe. Her new mom picked her up that same day. She lived in Texas and was loved by all who had the pleasure of meeting her.  Tilly has passed away. We are thankful to Gayla for giving her a soft landing and a peaceful and gentle passing.

Trooper (Passed Apr 17,  2017)

Ryan (Renamed Wally in his Forever Home)

Morgan (Renamed Tank in His Forever Home)

Bailey (Adopted)

Trooper is a Belgian gelding from a high risk auction in New York.  He ended up being bought by a kill buyer to ship to slaughter.  Thankfully, we were able to track him down and buy him privately.  He has an enlarged right front knee.  We hope to get him as comfortable as possible.  Joining the monthly giving team would be an amazing gift as he will have extensive veterinary expenses.  Trooper shares a paddock with Pepper whom he seems to have fallen for!

Trooper peacefully passed over the Rainbow Bridge.

Ryan is a teen-aged Belgian gelding that came from a kill pen in Eastern Pennsylvania. He was a collaboration of donations from NH, MA, PA, TN, TX, DC, and Scotland! It was amazing team work!. One of our contributors adopted him and he is a doing great!

Meet the Belgian Molly Mules!  These two came to us from a high risk auction in New York. We had a volunteer planning to bid for us on a Belgian gelding, and somehow she bid on one of these molly mules.  She then realized that the mule she bid on had a bonded teammate. And then there were two! We are grateful to the other bidder of the other mule to let us buy her back so that we could keep the team together.   The molly mules were adopted together and will stay together as a pair. They are doing great in their new home!

Sylvia (In Her Safe Forever Home)

Belle came to us from Eastern Pennsylvania in December of 2015. She was an aged Belgian mare and the inspiration of our "Belle's Fund for Veterinary Care". Belle had advanced ring bone arthritis. We  had her front hooves trimmed and balanced after taking some digital X-Ray images. We managed her chronic paid as best as we could with pain medicine, corrective trimming, nerve blocks, Reiki, and  more.  Her quality of life was always our focus.  Belle is resting peacefully and is no longer in pain.  We miss you sweet girl!

Judy came to us from a high risk situation in Western Pennsylvania in December of 2016.  She is an aged Belgian mare, very sweet, very smart, and quite thin.  She is at a foster home in New York during her quarantine period. She will be having her hooves trimmed, her teeth floated, and her vaccines administered there.

Judy was adopted by a couple in New York.  She is now a retired Belgian living at a winery!

Sylvia came from New Holland, PA in May of 2015. She is a 15y/o Belgian mare. She is very quiet, sweet, and smart. She had been a farming horse her entire life. A short time after arriving with us she started showing signs of being in foal. We provided for her as if she was pregnant and made preparations for a foal. Sadly there was no foal. We assume the foal was reabsorbed due to the poor condition that she was in when she arrived here. Sylvia is strong and healthy today.

Tonka came to us locally from a lady that was struggling with his strength.  He had a chronic abscess in his right hind. We worked together with our vet and farrier to get his hoof cleaned up.  We made changes to his feed program and gave him lots of space. His owner decided to give him a second chance. 

Pepper came to us from a high risk situation in Western Pennsylvania in November of 2015. She is a 23 y/o Percheron mare. She is trained to ride and work. She is quite a character. She loves to splash in water and has all kinds of tricks up her sleeve!

Pepper was diagnosed with a tumor in her bladder.  She was humanely euthanized on our farm.  We are honored to have provided her with quality care and a loving home at the end of her life.  Rest easy sweet girl!

Tank went through a high risk auction in Canandaigua, New York.  We saved him and he went home from the sale with his new family. He is doing great and certainly living a new life style!

Megan is a 16 year old mare.  We were told she was a Canadian Curly.  Turns out she is a Galiceno which is a very rare  breed that is now considered critically endangered by the Livestock Conservency.  Meg has heaves (COPD) and cushings.   She has improved dramatically. Although she can be a little bossy,  she is very gentle with children.

Megan has found her forever home!


Lady (Renamed Tilly in Her Forever Home)

Madison came to us from a high risk situation in Western Pennsylvania.  She is an aged Belgian mare, very sweet, very smart, and quite thin.  She has an old injury in her hind end that has caused some lameness.  She is in a safe home where her comfort and quality of life are a top priority.  Draft Gratitude is still involved in her veterinary care due to the nature of her lameness.   We are very thankful that she is in a safe, forever home.

Madison (Adopted)

Tonka (Passed Oct 2015)

Bailey is a Belgian mare around 17 years old.  She arrived with grossly overgrown hooves.  We have made incredible improvement with her hooves, she's had her teeth floated, her vaccines, and is microchipped.  She is on Equioxx to help with arthritis.  Bailey is a very quiet and well mannered mare.  She is a gem.

Bailey has found her forever home!

Charlie (Passed Apr 17, 2017)