This colt was rescued September 2022. He came in with 2 other weanlings (not part of the same herd). He is about 5 months old and very scared. He was surrendered by an owner that could not handle a young one.
Jesse’s new home is in South Texas. He lives with another OTT and is doing great.
From the Onaqui mountains in Utah, to “dumped” in Texas.
This guy arrived July 4th along with his best friend. From his brand, we found out that he is a true wild mustang captured by the BLM. This 11 year old has some issues. As you can see, he needs lots of groceries.
After going through medical, we found that he has a ton of sand in his system. Up to his ribs! We believe this is the case of the weight issue.
Smith and his buddy Wesson (ready to be named by you through donation) are both responding
well to their treatments and showing to be gentle around several different people
They are halter broke and working to rebuild their mustang bodies.
This mare was rescued from a kill pen in late March 2022. She come to us with all kinds of medical issues and was in obvious pain. Although coming from a “wild” environment, meaning no humans, she responded to our attempts to connect fairly quickly. Likely due to her pain.
She is about 25 years old and as gentle as they come. And she will make someone a terrific pasture pet. She already nuzzles you if you stop touching for more attention.
Like all of our rescues, she has to go through a full medical plan before she can be
considered for adoption. She has never had her teeth or hooves done that we can tell, for example. And that is standard procedure for us upon intake. In the picture on the below, she has just gotten her first medicated bath. Kinley had tons of ticks and a belly full of worms. But she is improving little by little as you can see in her photo above.