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Tuesday, February 7, 2012

New Horses Seeking Homes!

Freedom Valley Horse Rescue Welcomes Three New Horses!

Freedom Valley Horse Rescue recently welcomed three new horses into their care. Peanut,pictured below, her 2 1/2 month old BooBoo, and Chester are all looking for loving forever homes.

Meet Peanut and Boo Boo

Peanut is about 6 yrs old, and stands at 13.2 hands high. Peanut and her little 2 1/2 month old BooBoo were rescued from a bad environment, in poor condition.
'I met them 2 months ago when the person bought them at auction.' writes Christine Markle-Welch of Freedom Valley Horse Rescue, adding 'They hardly resemble the same animals, they are quite thin now.' 
Shocked at the difference in their condition, Christine didn't haggle with the seller, but gave him what he wanted for them.
'The mare was showing signs of dehydration,'explained Christine adding,'It is amazing the difference in them in just a couple of days with proper nutrition and water.'
Their adoption fee is currently $300, but only to a home committed to proper care for them.
Visit Christine Markle - Welch's Freedom Valley Horse Rescue blog to see details about Chester - a horse even a 2 year old can ride, and find out more about Christine's efforts to to save good horses from the meat grinder.

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