Miss Lily Longears arrived on May 14, 2013 at 11:47 pm. Beautiful paint molly! Mother, Bradylynn, and daughter, Lily, are doing fine. Watch them on the ustream cam.
URGENT: We have some sad news. Whiskey, who has been with us since the age of 8 and is now 15, is going blind. He sticks like glue to Trooper. So our plan as soon as we are financially able we will need to purchase corral panels, as we utilized everything we had left for the round pen project. Since Trooper is his buddy, he will be moving with him so their area will be good size and the shade is already up. Whiskey is a magnificent looking boy, with quite the sense of humor. We know how to care for blind horses as we have cared for several through the years. I have seen Recurrent Uveitis in many Appaloosas. Whiskey is sponsored by Patty Skidmore monthly. We are going to make this transition in his life as easy as possible.
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Faith, our beloved Faith, has crossed over the Rainbow Bridge. She was found dead this morning, with no signs of any struggle. She died in her sleep. Last night she was fine, eating, drinking, pooping.
Tears flowing for our sweet Faith. God the tears are flowing
This has been a very very rough day. Our hearts ache beyond belief.
Faith, my heart was so torn when I saw you standing in the snow in ND. My heart ached as you stepped off the trailer, thin and looking so worn out. I saw a light in your eyes, and by God I knew we had a chance to bring you back. We did, but it was not only the feed, it was the trust you gave to me...I will cherish every memory and every milestone we achieved together.
You were and always be magnificent in my eyes. You presented all of us with a beautiful colt, Justice. You taught him well to trust and to accept...thank you!
As Rob stated today "We strive to adopt these beautiful creatures to the best home, well.....Heaven Adopted Faith" What better home could she have?
We will miss you my dear dear friend and confidant, you listened well. I will love and care for your son to the best of my ability, if I need guidance I know I will hear your wuffles in my ear.
I love you Faith!
Stephanie and Rob
MHR is sorry to say that we are unable to accept further horses at this time. Although we have many horses available for adoption, we find that adoptions are down, more than likely due to economic times
NHR&S's insurance company has instructed us that, due to liability issues, we should no longer allow casual visitors. We are sorry for this change and hope that you understand. If you are interested in adoption, please send email to firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange for an appointment.
We met Nellie when she burst upon the scene on January 17, 2008. On Thursday, March 20, 2008, Nellie and her precious unborn foal, Lil Angel, were euthanized. Nellie was unable to stand after emergency surgery for a severe case of sand colic.
We are determined to do all we can to make these tragic deaths meaningful. Nellie and Lil Angel are the latest vicitms of the PMU industry and it must stop! Read more of Nellie's story and please join us in our fight. Follow the story of the survivors, Jerri and Apple here.
Miracle Horse Rescue Inc. is a federally-recognized 501(c)3 non-profit organization which is dedicated to the preservation and welfare of abused, neglected and unwanted domesticated horses of all types and conditions. You may verify MHR's non-profit status yourself by going to the IRS web page. Miracle Horse Rescue does not receive Federal or state funding, and relies totally on the generosity of public donations. It is the goal of Miracle Horse Rescue to rehabilitate each horse to the best of its ability, and then to locate placement into a "Forever" home through our adoption program. Miracle Horse Rescue is anti-slaughter, and those horses deemed unadoptable because of varying disabilities will live out the rest of their lives at the Miracle Horse Rescue facility, receiving the care and love they so justly deserve.At the end of their lives, when all treatment has been tried and the decision is made that further attempts are futile, the only option becomes humane euthanasia by a qualified/certified/licensed equine veterinarian.