Our horses are grateful for a daily dose of love and a regular meal, not to mention vet checks. But we need your help for their recovery. Please consider making a donation or becoming a virtual sponsor. And you’re always welcome to come visit them! But don’t forget the apples and bananas.
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Learn about how to adopt or sponsor a horse
Meet our newest rescue — a donkey whose owner deserted her. She is in our care now, thanks to the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Department and is being fostered by Yvonne Wyche. She was clipped over the weekend and is feeling much cooler now!
Update: Clarabelle was adopted in 2014!
Clarabelle was adopted in July 2014.
Cinnamon was brought into Triple R with her two pasture mates, Titan and Gigi. Due to her owners medical condition, she was no longer able to care for them. Cinnamon has now found her forever home. Congratulations to David Rigdon on his adoption of Cinnamon! Happy trails to you both!
I am making this donation in memory of my friends’ (Ashley and Wes Leggett) horses, Skip and Sundance. Tanya Patton
Gigi has been adopted into a loving home by Katrina Cochran. Congratulations, Katrina!
Gigi is a 13 year old grey Quarter Horse Mare. Has had extensive training in Reining. She is very sweet and has excellent ground manners. Loads, ties, and stands for farrier. Will need an intermediate to advanced rider.
Update 6/12/14: Tank found a wonderful home and Halo is currently in our foster program. Sherri Dean is doing a wonderful job with Halo. Halo is having a difficult time putting weight back on. She is battling heaves and is currently on antibiotics. Keep her in your thoughts, she has had a rough life, and we really hope she will be able to bounce back.
These two horses just came to our attention this week. Meet Halo, a mare and Tank, a young colt. We are working on getting them to good homes and will have an update soon. Halo needs a lot of TLC, as you can tell.
We’re told that Halo is a 15-yo Thoroughbred mare. Tank appears to be around 2-yo and a draft breed.
Valor was a scared, traumatized little mare when we took her in. Foster mom Beth could see her potential, though. With good nutrition and TLC, Valor transformed into this beautiful mare. She didn’t stay “on the market” long, either. Last week she was adopted by a sweet family from Chipley, FL. Valor shipped directly from her foster home to a Chipley trainer, where she will go to finishing school and then become a great horse for the family’s 12-year-old daughter. We love it when stories turn out like this. 🙂
Jack has been adopted and found a wonderful home with Kinsey Taylor! Congrats Kinsey and Jack!
Jack is the second gelding in the small herd we rescued in Gretna, FL in June 2013. His rehabilitation is going well and he’s looking good. What a wonderful horse he’ll make someone someday!
Update 6/8/14: Max is a stunning 7 year old Quarter Horse gelding. He is about 15.1 hands and has a willing disposition. He is currently in training with William Alford and is coming along nicely. He was rescued over a year ago after being abandoned. He and his pasture mates were left to fend for themselves. After a year of rehabilitation and several weeks of training, Max is turning into a wonderful horse. He would be ideal for an experienced rider, or an intermediate rider with a trainer.
July 2014 Update: Max got adopted! Brenda drove 5 hours from Alabama and when she got out of the truck she was in love!
These two mares were rescued from a terrible situation in Gretna, FL in June 2013. Unfortunately, both lost their battle with irreversible liver damage in mid-July 2013. We will miss these sweet mares so much. Jill was just 4 years old. We owe so much to Ashley Lazenby, their foster mom and Triple R board member who was with them until the end.
Update: This sweet pair has been adopted.
These two spirited little guys were rescued from Gretna, FL in June 2013. They are not related, but are very attached to each other.
Did you know that donkeys make great herd managers for horses? That’s right: coyotes, wolves, bobcats, etc. are no match for a sturdy donkey kick!
If you’re interested in adopting these two as a pair, please let us know!