Trivia Question: Which horse has a bloody shoulder birth mark?
Trivia Answer: ZEKE
|Bo coming in for his grain|
|Lightening was curious but Zeke could care less|
|Zeke, Lightening, and Dude in the background|
|Chaos, Brego, and Rain in his blanket|
|Bo found the hole in the haynet|
|Dude (his leg is cocked so that explains the funky hip)|
|Dude happy to be in the barn|
|The view from the house as I was going in for the night. The yard light is where all the snow and wind goes when we have a snow storm.|
|The view somewhat close to the red shed and right in the middle of me doing chores|
|Rain happy to be in out of the elements|
|It's hard to tell but that's the pen Bo was in and that's exactly where all the wind goes. There's a snow drift in his pen now.|
|The following are the faces of the Sanctuary. These are the current residents that call the Sanctuary home. We have had a number of horses come through our doors to call the Sanctuary home and are honored to care for them until their final breath on this earth.|
I am so blessed this #GivingTuesday, to have these wonderful horses in our lives. I do not consider running the Sanctuary and caring for these horses a chore. It is my lifetime goal, my passion and I am honored to care for these warriors. They are no longer simply horses, they are family. They are MY family and I hope that they are YOUR family as well.
These pictures posted here are of our Sanctuary horses in their "everyday clothes". You see them as they are day-to-day just as I do. I hope that within these ramblings that you too can consider the Sanctuary horses yours as much as I consider them mine.
If you'd like to donate on this #GivingTuesday, please go to:
|Dude (w/ Lightening photobombing)|
|Penny checking Bo out. Bo was enjoying grazing while I set up his temporary pen|
|Penny supervising Bo eating his grain|
|Bo - He looks tough but we'll take each day as it comes|
|How can you resist that face?|
|Penny and Bo|