Blue – (Adopted)

Blue – (Adopted)

Look at Blue’s sweet face. What a pretty girl! Gadsden County Animal Control brought Blue to Triple R in March 2015. She is an 8 year old mare, approximately 13 1/2 hands and she has been ridden. She needs to continue her training in a loving forever home.  Her foster mom describes her as a real sweetheart. Could Blue be the horse for you? Update: Blue has found her forever...

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Cannon

Cannon

Cannon is a 22-year-old bay Tennessee Walker gelding who came to Triple R in the spring of 2015 through the help of Madison County Animal Control. He had a severe leg injury from getting tangled in barbed wire. That injury has healed, but he is stiff in that back leg still and needs a larger pasture to walk around in to keep it limber. He is well-trained and was likely a plantation horse at one point in his life. He is 15-1 hands and would be...

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Blackjack

Blackjack

Blackjack is one of 12 horses that came to Triple R from Leon County through a court order. He is a 6-year-old paint gelding, standing about 15 hands who has been trained by Trey Young. He has rehabbed beautifully and would make someone a great trail...

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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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