. Jake .
 . Jake .  . Jake .  . Jake .
  • Thoroughbred
  • Up-to-date with routine shots
Jake is big, handsome, friendly guy! He came to us from a rescue in the Willamette Valley of Oregon. He had been dumped with wild horses in central Oregon and had wandered for quite some time with shoes on a couple feet. After being rescued, he was adopted out, but came back into rescue care when his owner was no longer able to keep him. Jake is about 16 hands tall and very friendly. Since his feet were not properly cared-for when he was in the wild, he has a bit of lingering hoof disease and he will probably not be rideable. Due to his circumstances, his exact age is unknown. To see more information about our adoption procedures, please visit us on the web: www.sanctuaryone.org/rescue-animals
Adult, Male, Large
 . Rachel .
 . Rachel .  . Rachel .  . Rachel .
  • Appaloosa
  • Up-to-date with routine shots
Rachel is a lovely Appaloosa with the classic short mane and tail of a purebred Appy. She enjoys spending time with people, being brushed and getting lots of love. She tends to be submissive around other horses as she was rescued along with many others by the Whatcom Humane Society. Now she is healthy and happy and looking for a loving home. As far as we know, she has not been ridden, but she would be a great companion for a lonely horse. In the summer of 2016, Rachel developed glaucoma in her left eye. She patiently let us apply eyedrops; however, ultimately the eye had to be removed. With some special handling, she does just fine with one eye.She also has a goiter on her left throat thyroid line that our vets are monitoring. For more information about our adoption process, adoption fees by species, and to download an adoption application, please visit us on the Web at: http://www.SanctuaryOne.org/adoption_information.html email info@SanctuaryOne.org, or call 541.899.8627
Senior, Female, Medium
 . Scout .
 . Scout .  . Scout .  . Scout .
  • Paint / Pinto
  • Spayed/Neutered
  • Up-to-date with routine shots
  • Spayed/Neutered
  • Special Needs
Scout is a handsome, registered 13 year old pinto gelding. 15.2 or so. He is a unique boy with a fleck of blue in one eye and the funniest little mustache. He has been through initial quarantine, teeth floated, chiropractic, vaccines and teeth done. He is sweet with people and other animals. Scout is broke to ride but has a premature sway back that would cause saddle fit issues. He may also have a mild case of shivers, a pretty rare (at least on the west coast) muscle atrophy issue. These horses do best with free turnout, low starches/sugars etc. They do not do well stalled, and this boy gets stressed in a stall anyway. Scout has had some acupuncture sessions and is such a good boy for our farrier. He is confident and does not care about the rope between his legs. He yields both ends nicely and is curious and engaged with people. He could use more circle games on hillsides to help him build his topline muscles. For more information about our adoption process, adoption fees by species, and to download an adoption application, please visit us on the Web at: www.SanctuaryOne.org/adoption_information.html email info@SanctuaryOne.org, or call 541.899.8627
Adult, Male, Large
 . Comet .
 . Comet .  . Comet .  . Comet .
  • Mustang
  • Up-to-date with routine shots
Curious about everything and just thrilled to be alive, Comet is a joy to be around. Born in 2009, this girl has got the starting of a fantastic little horse. She knows how to lead nicely and is great for the farrier. Comet has been around all kinds of other animals and has been exposed to lots of people. She is a very confident horse who has gone on walks through the woods and even over creeks. She'll be a wonderful project horse for someone with horse experience. She was originally saved from auction after a mustang round-up on a reservation, along with 4 other tiny babies. After some great TLC at Strawberry Mountain Mustang Rescue in Roseburg, Oregon, they brought her down to us where she has blossomed. Now Comet is happy, healthy, and ready for a new home. She is working on yielding to pressure and learning her responsibilities in a partnership through Parelli training. For more information about our adoption process, adoption fees by species, and to download an adoption application, please visit us on the Web at: http://www.SanctuaryOne.org/adoption_information.html email info@SanctuaryOne.org, or call 541.899.8627
Adult, Female, Medium
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