Adele came into our rescue program on April 04, 2016. Adele came from the Blaine County Sheriff's Office along with 7 other horses and 26 Cows as a cruelty case. Sadly, help came to late for so many other cows and horses. These beautiful animals have been ignored for far to long. Adele is a Beautiful, Palomino, Quarter Horse, Mare. Adele is estimated to be 15 years of age. Adele was a body score of a 4, infested with internal parasites. Adele looks great after a month of being here at our facility and receiving the nutritional diet she needs. Adele stands for the farrier, and loads in a trailer. She is a super sweet girl and loves attention. Adele is broke to ride and will make someone an excellent horse. She is super calm, easy to catch and has a willing to please personality. Adele has a current negative coggins, up to date on vaccinations, deworming, and hoof maintenance. If you are interested in giving this girl the forever, loving home that she deserves, please submit an adoption application or call/email to schedule an appointment to come visit Adele.
Update May 2016 Adele is looking wonderful and feels great. Adele will be up for adoption at the trainers challenge on the 21st at the Lazy E arena, where she will be Showcased by Emily Roberts. Emily is putting some additional rides on Adele and preparing her for the Lazy E. Emily states: She is a "barbie dream horse" and is perfect! This girl is old enough to be past all of the baby stages, yet young enough to have plenty of years left to share with someone. She is broke very well and has experience under her belt- the perfect age and in her prime at 15. This mare is not spooky, has no buck or any silliness, very willing to please and goes where you point her. She is very gentle and you can crawl all over her/under her, stand up on her, play around and do "trick" riding, even wave tree limbs around while on her and play cowboys and Indians while loping around and hollering, lol. She crosses water, swims in ponds, surefooted and will go through very wooly trails (or trail blazing), crosses logs and knows where her feet are, goes steady down steep hills and through ravines. She will walk, trot, and lope with no issues. She has an excellent stop and is smooth to ride. She works off of leg pressure great and neck reins very well, though she is still a tad rusty- no need to pull on this ones head. She stands tied quietly, stands to be saddled and mounted/dismounted, picks up all four feet excellent, stands for fly spray and baths- she even comes up and whinnies at you. Super easy to catch, she comes to you- no running off with this one. She's built well, thick made, has straight legs, a nice hip, and the perfect size at approx 15 hands. She is a very safe, reliable mount that anyone from someone needing a confidence builder to an advanced rider would love. She would be a flashy drill team horse and could truly go any direction. These type of horses are a once in a lifetime find, so don't wait to fill out an adoption application for her. She needs a home where she will be used and loved. This is the mare I fell in love with at the seizure and wanted to foster, so I am thrilled for the chance to help this girl find a loving home of her own. Emily Roberts will be showcasing her at our 5th Annual Blaze's Ride to the Rescue Trainer's Challenge. Come see Emily and Adele at the Lazy E Arena.
Available for Adoption on May 21st, 2016 to pre-approved adopters through a Silent Auction. All bids start at $800.00 on the day of the event only. The day of the event will be the only opportunity to adopt a horse with over $3000.00 of training alone for the starting bid of $800.00. If the horses do not get adopted the day of the event, the adoption fee will be higher once brought back to our facility.
Adele has been adopted to a wonderful family in Walters, Oklahoma. Adele is going to be extremely well loved and spoiled rotten in her forever, loving home. We are thrilled that this sweet girl found the forever, loving family she deserves, where she will receive an unlimited amount of time and attention.
Please call or email to schedule an appointment to visit the horses currently available in our rescue program. We are generally available BY APPOINTMENT Monday - Thursday after 5:30 and generally anytime Friday - Sunday BY APPOINTMENT ONLY. We do maintain full time jobs, so we are not always available on weekdays. Please be patient with us and we will return your call/email as soon as possible.