Two Thoroughbreds Left – Need Homes ASAP

**UPDATE: This rescue has been shut down due to horses being placed under false representation.**

You might remember my post a few weeks about Many Blessings OTTBs. Well there are still two horses left that need to be adopted before this weekend. Native Tru N Tru-5yr dark bay mare 16hh and Knockemoutjoe-6yr true bay gelding 15hh.   If you would like more information, please contact Spring Gates or shoot me an email.

Thoroughbred Rescue Horse

KNOCKEMOUTJOE

Thoroughbred Rescue Horse

Native Tru N Tru

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    Andria
    May 3, 2013 at 7:27 pm

    My daughter was one of those that got a horse from them that was misrepresented, he arrived off the trailer very underweight and didn’t look in the condition of the pictures that were presented. He had noticeable growths on him and no vet paperwork along with he traveled several states with no coggins test, He had a growth in the girth area that made him not rideable. Their site promised a healthy horse with current vet check and paperwork which they did not do. He was supposed to have been a rideable horse. My daughter was treated like crap by the sisters that misrepresented the horse, we had decided to take them to court and sue them for the expenses and misrepresentation, however they did decide to pay on the original expenses.. My daughter still lost money as far as she paid to have him shipped here plus extra expenses due to do the health issues that were not covered by the sisters.. Patrick had to have surjery to removed growths on him but continued to have complications….Patrick was placed in another home with people that were willing to continue his expensive care, however they received the news that Patrick has cancer that has spread throughout his body and the vet has said he would not live another 6 months even with treatment….I hope these two women are truly out of the horse business…they sure caused a lot of heartache…

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      Matthew
      July 22, 2019 at 9:51 pm

      I know this thread is a little dated, but that sounds horrible Andria. I know a little bit about Coggins testing and documentation, and it’s not just guarding against equine infectious anemia–though this danger is bad enough, but it’s also just one more signal whether the horse(s) in question are being properly cared for.

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