Thunder is a 24 year old Welsh Pony. He came to us as a transplant from the south. He has anihydrosis and is unable to sweat, so his owner needed to find a home for him in a cooler climate. He is super laid back and was used as a lesson pony and a "camp" pony for many years.
Flash Dancer is 29 years old. She can be hard to catch because she is attached to Calypso and doesn't want to leave her side. Possibly some arthritis in her front knees. Once she is caught she is easy to handle, could use some work for standing for the farrier. She came to us with a prosthetic eye and does just fine as long as she can see where she is being led.
Blaze is 28 years old. He is a sweet mini, easy to catch, but can be a stinker for the farrier. He does have trouble keeping weight on, but seems to do well with his current mash feeding program.
Princess is 29 years old. She lost her eye due to an infection a few years ago, but does just fine without it. She is great for the farrier, catching, grooming and handling in general. She does need a mash for feed as she has choked in the past but does just fine with the mash consistency.
Calypso is 31 years old. She can be hard to catch at times and can be bossy. She is attached to her friend Flash Dancer, so they should ideally go to a new home where they can be together. She generally does well for the farrier. She also does well with a mash for her feed.
Whisper is estimated to be 12 years old. She came to us as part of a humane case with Wanda, Wildfire and Wall-e. She is halter broke. She came to us with hooves that were neglected so we are attempting to get her caught up. She is not a fan of the farrier, and could use some work in this area.
Wanda is estimated to be about 13 years old. She came to us as part of a humane case with Wall-e, Whisper and Wildfire. She came to us with neglected hooves, and does need some mild sedation to be trimmed. She does have some soreness related to her hooves which can be treated with bute. She does receive Thyro-L. She is halter broke and can be lead.
Wildfire is estimated to be 11 years old. She came to us as part of a humane case along with Wall-e, Wanda and Whisper. She is halter broke and can be lead. She came to us with hooves that were neglected and is not a fan of the farrier yet.
Wall-e is estimated to be about 8 years old. He came to us from a humane case along with Wanda, Whisper and Wildfire. He is a cryptorchid stallion and does well with geldings. He also came to us with hooves that were neglected so we are working on getting him caught up. He is a sassy guy and just needs someone to consistently work with him. He does have some occasional lameness that appears to be from an injury prior to coming to us, which responds well to occasional bute.
*ADOPTION PENDING* Raven is estimated to be a year old. She came to us as part of a humane case along with Lenny and Matilda. Raven can be pushy and needs a confident person. She can be shy when trying to halter her, but will not run. She allows us to pick her feet, but will need some work to learn how to stand for the farrier. She is basic halter broke and can be lead.
*ADOPTION PENDING* Matilda is estimated to be a year old and is the bravest of the bunch of ponies. She came to us from a humane case along with Lenny and Raven. Matilda is an Appaloosa and has lost vision in her right eye, but this doesn't seem to affect her. She will need some work for the farrier, it doesn't appear that she has had much experience with the farrier. She is basic halter broke and leads.
*ADOPTION PENDING* Lenny is estimated to be about a year old POA. He came to us through a humane case so we are unsure about his back ground. He was gelded last month and is doing better being around the ladies, as well as with handling ever since. He is halter broke for basic needs but not perfect. He does pick up his feet for cleaning.
*ADOPTION PENDING* Candy is estimated to be 10 years old. She came to us from a humane case, so not much is known about her background. She is the boss of the pasture, she is friendly but takes some work to halter her, which would improve with consistent work. Her feet were neglected prior to coming to us, so she will need some ongoing consistent farrier work until her feet get back to where they should be.