Today I wanted to share a couple of pictures of the two horses my good friend rescued from Camelot yesterday. I am happy to say that these two lovely horses are now safe! Thank you to my friends at Equus Springs Farm for giving these two beauties a second chance. ❀

2 horses rescued from Camelot

Pretty girls, aren't they?

These two mares will be quarantined here on my farm for a few weeks before they go home to ESF. It’s going to be a fun few weeks taking care of these two! I am very impressed with how calm and sweet these two are. They have been through so much! Despite the stress they’ve been through, they act very calm and inquisitive about all the new sights, sounds, smells, and things here.

ESF rescues

Tinker finishing up breakfast

ESF's 2 recent rescues

Bay mare eating breakfast

Taking care of horses is part of my dream life. I am so happy to help these mares by caring for them for a few short weeks. Our little farm is so blessed! Here are some pictures of the rest of our horses (and maybe some of the other critters) that we are so thankful to love and care for. πŸ˜€

ESF Twist of Tyme

Princess being hand grazed on a sunny day

Our dogs

Sage and Malachite ❀

Cody's Bright Bar

Coda grazing out in the field

Malachite Jr

MJ looks so much like a little bear cub!

AKA A Perfect Storm

Mom's new (dirty!) horse Cowboy

Big puppy!

Butters burrowing in some old hay

Our rescue

Our rescue pony Gamble


Little Marley puppy posing for a picture

Sparklin' Money Bars

Our senior resident Money

ESF rescue

That's all, folks!

I hope you enjoyed looking through all of these photos of our horses and dogs! This is just a glimpse into daily life on our farm. πŸ™‚ It sure is a zoo out here, hahah!

Have you ever rescued an animal? Please share your story in the comment field below! πŸ™‚


About Genevieve

Genevieve is a southern gal who loves to write. She is a graduate of Everest College with an AAS in Criminal Investigations. Currently, she works as a freelance writer and volunteers for Central Virginia Horse Rescue by writing their monthly newsletter. If she's not writing, you can bet she's either spending time with friends and family, playing with the horses, crafting, or reading. Interested in having a guest blog appearance? Email to get in touch! P.S. Subscribe by RSS feed if you are interested in following her creative insanity... ;)

Posted on May 1, 2012, in Animals, Horses and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 5 Comments.

  1. They are nice horses… glad they are safe now.

    • They are lovely! Both of them are registered Quarter Horses. Tinker is related to Hollywood Dun It, which is supposedly a very famous QH stallion. It makes me wonder HOW these beauties ended up on the slaughter circuit!

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