Slim – (ADOPTED!)

Slim – (ADOPTED!)

Beautiful 5 Year old Buckskin QH Gelding. He is untrained but very sweet. He was surrendered by his owners to Triple R. He is available for adoption to an approved home. Update: Slim has found his forever...

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Hank – (ADOPTED!)

Hank – (ADOPTED!)

Hank is a 2-year old palomino gelding. His mom was Ginny, a mare we adopted out a while back. You can read more about Hank’s incredible early life. Now, Hank is ready to be adopted. He’s turned out to be a beautiful boy. He’s very sweet and has been worked with some on ground manners, saddling, loaded like a pro!  Update: Hank has found his forever home!  ...

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Darby and Rose

This pair was rescued from a bad situation back in September 2014. Here’s an update at November 2014 from their foster mom: It’s hard to believe it’s been two months since Darby and Rose arrived. When they arrived, they were thin, had rain rot, had issues with even walking due to both low energy and over-grown hooves and were unsure of their new surroundings. They sure have settled in! Both of them are very vocal and call out...

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Turtle – (ADOPTED!)

Turtle – (ADOPTED!)

Turtle was an owner surrender from a women who has done an immense amount of rescuing of her own but has fallen on difficult times. She was a previous hunter jumper with a shoulder injury. We are carefully, with guidence from the vet, going to put her back under saddle to see if she can be suitable for any sort of riding. She is as sweet as they come. Stands well for farrier but isn’t fond of baths or fly spray. She is 7 years old and...

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In the nick of time

A Triple R Board member was at a July 4th celebration in Gadsden County when she was told of 4 horses between Chattahoochee and Bainbridge near a little town called Faceville, Georgia. They were on a very small sand lot and at least two of the horses were looking thin. Then about 3 or 4 weeks later a good friend called the board member about these horses. Due to the families medical issues, they could no longer financially care for the horses....

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