Horses in NY need homes-up date horses have now found homes
Double L Stable Equine Rescue and Sanctuary (in Argyle, NY) was contacted this weekend about 70 horses (between 2 farms) needing placement. The first 30 are located at a Palomino/Paint breeding farm. They range in age from babies to adult. They are mostly Palominos and Paints. They are free to good homes.
The second farm is an Arabian breeding farm gone horribly out of control, the Arabians range in age from babies to adult and it is thought there are brood mares on the farm too. The horses are free to good homes. Both farms are having trouble feeding their horses and really want to find homes ASAP.
Please copy this and send it to all the horsey friends you have. 70 horses is a lot but it can be done.
For info on the situation please DO NOT CALL THE RESCUE.
The horses are located about 3 hours from Saratoga. UShip.com is offering some really good deals on horse shipping right now too.
*Passing it on.
Last edited by Melyni; Feb. 4, 2011 at 11:03 AM.
Reason: Horses have now found homes!
Melyni (PhD) PAS, Dipl. ACAN.
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I posted this on our local pony club list and someone else posted and said the horses had all found homes. I don't know anything about this situation, but as with the other thread about the TBs needing homes -- how can we verify if horses still need homes in these kinds of pass-it-on situations?