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    06-18-2008, 02:21 AM
  #21
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A few more need to be adopted out or fostered before the SBR Crew can get back to action saving more! Donations, adoptions, and foster homes needed

SADDLEBREDS

NEW!!!!!! *Blues Clues --
http://forum.saddlebredrescue.com/to...?TOPIC_ID=1931

*Noah -- http://forum.saddlebredrescue.com/to...p?TOPIC_ID=141

*Avis --
http://forum.saddlebredrescue.com/to...?TOPIC_ID=1755

*Jordan Sparks -- http://forum.saddlebredrescue.com/to...?TOPIC_ID=1696

*Mrs. Toby aka Truly's Flight Time --http://forum.saddlebredrescue.com/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=702

*Apache Princess 2.12.08 --
http://forum.saddlebredrescue.com/to...?TOPIC_ID=1591

*Traffic Jam 56 aka Peaches --
http://forum.saddlebredrescue.com/to...74&whichpage=1

*Romeo aka Kyle's Keepsake 104312 -- http://forum.saddlebredrescue.com/to...p?TOPIC_ID=568

*Mommy Mare -- http://forum.saddlebredrescue.com/to...p?TOPIC_ID=274

*Trinket -- http://forum.saddlebredrescue.com/to...p?TOPIC_ID=878

*Quick Lee --
http://forum.saddlebredrescue.com/to...p?TOPIC_ID=820

*Misty –-
http://forum.saddlebredrescue.com/to...p?TOPIC_ID=776

*Rudy –-
http://forum.saddlebredrescue.com/to...?TOPIC_ID=1245

*Dancer --
http://forum.saddlebredrescue.com/to...?TOPIC_ID=1237

*Luna Lovegood -- http://forum.saddlebredrescue.com/to...?TOPIC_ID=1312

*Splash --
http://forum.saddlebredrescue.com/to...?TOPIC_ID=1334



*Snuggles -- http://forum.saddlebredrescue.com/to...49&whichpage=1

*Aladdin -- http://forum.saddlebredrescue.com/to...?TOPIC_ID=1767


*2 ASBs -- http://forum.saddlebredrescue.com/to...?TOPIC_ID=1749

*Callaway's Auntie Em (In Foal to Adriatic) -- http://forum.saddlebredrescue.com/to...?TOPIC_ID=1762

*Slim Jim -- http://forum.saddlebredrescue.com/to...?TOPIC_ID=1243


OTHER BREEDS:

*Clay - National Show Horse (Arab/American Saddlebred) Gelding, 15.3, Early to mid-teens, Chestnut with lots of chrome. Excellent lesson horse or at home horse, passed his trail exam with flying colors.
http://forum.saddlebredrescue.com/to...?TOPIC_ID=1889

*Sirius Black – NEW PICTURES! 1.14.08 20+ y/o standardbred gelding, some scarring but clean ankles/fetlocks/hocks
http://forum.saddlebredrescue.com/to...?TOPIC_ID=1316

*Titan - Draft He is over 18 hands and requires an intermediate to advanced rider. Will w/t/c. (finally one bigger than Shrek aka He is Big!) http://forum.saddlebredrescue.com/to...?TOPIC_ID=1480

*Ruben - Draft Another BIG Gelding Fostered in NY. http://forum.saddlebredrescue.com/to...?TOPIC_ID=1807
     
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    07-22-2008, 12:39 AM
  #22
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Just an Update. Many have left, many have come, many are still waiting for thier someone.

Here is the most recent list of all the horses currently and still available from Saddlebred Rescue.


All you folks looking to get into driving, there are some STARS at Saddlebred Rescue who would be more than perfect for you. Many have worn harness so long in front of Amish buggies, that it is really what they feel most comfortable doing. And they do it well.
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For pictures, details, and updates, check out their topics in the posts below

Adoption Application: http://www.saddlebredrescue.com/Saddlebred_Rescue_Adoption_Form.pdf

Contact Pat Johnson for more information about the horses and your horse needs plus how to help Saddlebred Rescue at patjohnsonmagic@embarqmail.com

Featured:

Thelma - 3 years old, Mare, Talented but her identity is unknown. Thelma is in GA.
http://forum.saddlebredrescue.com/to...?TOPIC_ID=2011

Trinket- Lovely liver chestnut mare, fostered in VA by Julster and she has learned her lessons well. Check her out!
http://forum.saddlebredrescue.com/to...p?TOPIC_ID=878

4 NO FEE Horses for Adoption:

Romeo aka Kyle's Keepsake 104312 – 11 y/o gelding, chestnut, fostered at Christy's, needs to be per a personal practice horse, prefers one rider consistently, in GA. He has been waiting FOREVER for his new people. http://forum.saddlebredrescue.com/to...p?TOPIC_ID=568

Luna Lovegood – Beautiful little mare , 5-9 years old, 15.2 hands, was scared of cars but in the ring she was very good. Could be a show horse with a bit more work. http://forum.saddlebredrescue.com/to...?TOPIC_ID=1312

Sirius Black – NEW PICTURES! 1.14.08 20+ y/o standardbred gelding, some scarring but clean ankles/fetlocks/hocks
http://forum.saddlebredrescue.com/to...?TOPIC_ID=1316

Dollar - Standardbred Gelding, 18ish, Video! A wonderful driving horse.
http://forum.saddlebredrescue.com/to...p?TOPIC_ID=277

Companion Horses -- On any given day SBR has horses that are perfect as Companion Horses. At a time of dropping property values, we are sure that a Saddlebred Rescue Horse will increase the value of the property plus assure there is an angel halo for you. Call or e-mail for information about our waiting Companion Horses.

SADDLE HORSES with Videos
Jordan Sparks 3.24.08 - 6 or 7 years old, Chestnut mare. Cute enough to be shown in open classes, has been trained in saddlebred world, has some old leg scars but haven't bothered her a bit at SBR.W/T/C Needs a patient advanced rider while she learns. Watch her canter in the video! A star!
http://forum.saddlebredrescue.com/to...?TOPIC_ID=1696
Video
http://saddlebredrescue.com/pjohnson...ordancond1.wmv

Splash- 15.3, age approx 17, Gelding, good on ground work, grooming and handling. He has been driven and ridden recently and is doing quite well. Video riding and driving! [/black]
http://forum.saddlebredrescue.com/to...?TOPIC_ID=1334

Slim Jim - Gelding, 15.2 hands, 18 years old, Gentle, not beginner but very easy.
http://forum.saddlebredrescue.com/to...?TOPIC_ID=1243
Video: http://saddlebredrescue.com/jmolback...s/Slim_Jim.wmv

Mrs. Toby aka Truly's Flight Time-Classy bay mare, 1997 model, 15.2hh. Needs a small/average size rider but a good girl. http://forum.saddlebredrescue.com/to...p?TOPIC_ID=702

Rudy – 15ish gelding around 15.2hh or so, willing to work but currently more of an advanced horse because he has a big motor (who doesn’t love that?) Easy on the ground, stands still to mount. Nice enough to show in open classes. EASY KEEPER! Driving star!
http://forum.saddlebredrescue.com/to...?TOPIC_ID=1245

Splash- 15.3, age approx 17, Gelding, good on ground work, grooming and handling. His riding skills are coming alone nicely! He has been at NWS since July, 2007. He has been driven and ridden recently and is doing quite well. Pictures HERE. [/black]
http://forum.saddlebredrescue.com/to...?TOPIC_ID=1334

Dollar - Standardbred Gelding, 18ish, Video! A wonderful driving horse.
http://forum.saddlebredrescue.com/to...p?TOPIC_ID=277

SADDLEBREDS

Golly Gee (Registered with papers) - Mare, 6 year old, Broodmare sound, WTC and is safe. She has had 2 National Show Horse foals. In SBR South Georgia with Christy Parker. She would be a good horse at home and could be shown.
http://forum.saddlebredrescue.com/to...?TOPIC_ID=1988

Aladdin - Gelding, Chestnut - A wonderful slow and steady trail horse or a walk only lesson horse. He'll need some common sense care with his back as it is tender but this is one wonderful trail horse. Get to know Aladdin at:
http://forum.saddlebredrescue.com/to...?TOPIC_ID=1767

Snuggles - Gelding, 20 years young, adorable, beautiful, a former show horse and would be a wonderful academy star. Very nice to ride and personality plus. Check out the pictures and more on Snuggles:
http://forum.saddlebredrescue.com/fo...=0&whichpage=2

Hertz - Gelding, 16.2 hands, Chestnut. Quiet under saddle.
http://forum.saddlebredrescue.com/to...?TOPIC_ID=1980

Vanessa - Mare,Chestnut, 16.2, about 12 years old. W/T/Canter. She cantered slow and collect the FIRST time. Getting into shape as she came in extremely thin, is kind and gentle. Ready to go into your program today!
http://forum.saddlebredrescue.com/to...?TOPIC_ID=1964

Blues Clues -- Chestnut Gelding W/T/Canter with a little work on one lead, Extremely sensible and a star on Day 1.
http://forum.saddlebredrescue.com/to...?TOPIC_ID=1931

Avis - 18-20 y/o liver chestnut gelding, intermediate rider, up headed with cute ears. Well mannered.
http://forum.saddlebredrescue.com/to...?TOPIC_ID=1755

Apache Princess 2.12.08 - Black, Mare, 1991 Model with Papers. Has been a broodmare but broke to ride. Cute!
http://forum.saddlebredrescue.com/to...?TOPIC_ID=1591

Romeo aka Kyle's Keepsake 104312 – 11 y/o gelding, chestnut, fostered at Christy's, needs to be per a personal practice horse, prefers one rider consistently, in GA. He has been waiting FOREVER for his new people. http://forum.saddlebredrescue.com/to...p?TOPIC_ID=568

Mommy Mare – Very pretty chestnut mare, 15.2hh & 11 y/o, currently fostered at SBR South/Christy Parker's farm. Easy to bridle but head shy in the field. Fun, sporty move-along trot. Intermediate rider. http://forum.saddlebredrescue.com/to...p?TOPIC_ID=274

Trinket- Lovely liver chestnut mare, fostered in VA by Julster and learning her lessons well.
http://forum.saddlebredrescue.com/to...p?TOPIC_ID=878

Quick Lee – Chestnut mare, heading back to NWS after some time with a foster mom so she can find her new forever home. Very well mannered, not quite beginner ready because she has a quick trot. She is great on the trails! She was a star at the demonstration at the horse show earlier this year!
http://forum.saddlebredrescue.com/to...p?TOPIC_ID=820

Noah- Named after his Mennonite former owner who has been recuperating from Cancer. 4 year old cute gelding, used on the road, has some swelling issues behind right now, but kind. Very easy ride. http://forum.saddlebredrescue.com/to...p?TOPIC_ID=141


OTHER BREEDS:

Clay - National Show Horse (Arab/American Saddlebred) Gelding, 15.3, Early to mid-teens, Chestnut with lots of chrome. Excellent lesson horse or at home horse, passed his trail exam with flying colors. http://forum.saddlebredrescue.com/to...?TOPIC_ID=1889

Sirius Black – NEW PICTURES! 1.14.08 20+ y/o standardbred gelding, some scarring but clean ankles/fetlocks/hocks
http://forum.saddlebredrescue.com/to...?TOPIC_ID=1316

Dollar - Standardbred Gelding, 18ish, Video! A wonderful driving horse.
http://forum.saddlebredrescue.com/to...p?TOPIC_ID=277

Titan - Draft He is over 18 hands and requires an intermediate to advanced rider. Will w/t/c. (finally one bigger than Shrek aka He is Big!)http://forum.saddlebredrescue.com/to...?TOPIC_ID=1480

Ruben - Draft Another BIG Gelding Fostered in NY. New shoes, Ruben. SBR Forum Favorite! http://forum.saddlebredrescue.com/to...?TOPIC_ID=1807
     
    07-22-2008, 12:50 AM
  #23
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What sets Saddlebred Rescue apart?

Here are a few things which set Saddlebred Rescue apart.

*They regularly work, ride, and train the horses available, at thier personal level. Even if they aren't broke to ride, they are worked with until they are placed so that when they are placed, they haven't been sitting in a field eating for the time it took to place them. They will be ready to work at thier level and ready to move on. They are advanced in thier time at SBR so that if they are not ready when they arrive, with work, they may become ready for a wider range of potential adopters.

*They are honestly represented. You can see testimonials from the many people who work with the horses each day, from the riders, to the trainer, to the barn owner, to a visitor who was introduced to them. Each horse is given a topic on the SBR forums where thier progress is recorded. If questions are asked regarding the horse, the people who work with them will answer those questions to the best of thier ability. If a horse would not be suitable for you at your level, they will not tell you they are just to place them. They will tell you that the horse is not suitable for you.

*They work to find the identities of the rescues. Many of the horses show signs of being "in the show horse world" which means they were once registered. Through carful examination of markings, knowledge of the traits of certain bloodlines of the breed, and MANY MANY hours of searching through records, the true identities of the horses can be found.

*Supporters of SBR will help potential adopters with shipping costs, if needed.

*Many Saddlebred Shows in the United States are adding "Rescue Classes" so that horses that have lost thier identities through the troubles in thier lives can still be shown. It opens up new avenues for the horses who otherwise would be limited to where they could compete.

* "Just one more." is not a definite. When the SBR angels go to the sale with a definite number in mind for how many they can take in, if there are more in need that "speak" to them, the SBR angels are hard pressed to say no. It is not uncommon to see portable stalls in the middle of the indoor arena at North Wind Stables(the stable that graciously allows SBR to house thier horses thier at no charge).

Those are just a few of the many resons why Saddlebred Rescue is truly among the best rescue organizations.
     
    07-22-2008, 01:10 AM
  #24
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"Just get one..." turned to five this monday, July 21st when the Saddlebred Rescue Angels headed to the New Holland Sale for the first time in weeks.

With adoptions and donations down, there was really only room for one more. But when the SBR Representatives got to the sale, there were several that stood out.

For pictures of the new additions and the Full Story, please visit this link to the topic on the Saddlebred Rescue Forums.
http://forum.saddlebredrescue.com/to...?TOPIC_ID=2017

Here is just a teaser of "the one":
(YES, that is a splash of yellow.... Check the thread to see more... )
     
    07-24-2008, 11:57 PM
  #25
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SNUGGLES FOUND HIS IDENTITY!!!


http://forum.saddlebredrescue.com/to...49&whichpage=1

Oh happy day for Saddlebred Rescue! The horse named "Snuggles" has found his identity! His real name is Hot Air and he was a very pretty show horse. He is a 1984 model and still has a lot of give left!

Here is a picture of him in the old days!


This is no little thing that Saddlebred Rescue has accomplished. Being able to find the true names, and stories of the treasures, takes knowledge, determination, and LOTS of time. This is a big event and needs to be celebrated! I can't wait for the next one to be found!
     

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