Honeysuckle Rose came into our rescue program on April 06, 2013. Honeysuckle Rose came from the Seminole County Sheriff's Office along with 62 other horses and 3 Llama's as a severe cruelty case. Seminole County investigated an animal cruelty case consisting of over 120 animals, where several carcasses were found. Sadly, for many horses, help came too late. We were able to assist Seminole County and save 63 horses and 3 Llama's from neglect. Honeysuckle is a Beautiful, Sorrel/White, Paint, Mare. Honeysuckle Rose is estimated to be 7 years of age. Honeysuckle Rose is extremely emaciated with a body score of a 2. She is infested with internal/external parasites, has rain rot and is mildly anemic. She is super sweet and very smart. She loves attention and always easy to approach and catch. She loads in a trailer and stands for the farrier. Honeysuckle Rose has a long road of recovery ahead of her. We will update as she progresses. Please consider making a donation towards Honeysuckle Rose's Rehabilitation.
Update January 2014 Honeysuckle Rose is doing great and has gained quite a bit of weight. Honeysuckle Rose is now ready for her forever, loving home. She is super sweet girl and with the right amount of time and training, will make someone an excellent horse. Honeysuckle Rose has a current negative coggins, up to date on vaccinations, deworming, teeth floating, and hoof maintenance. Honeysuckle Rose has been freeze branded and micro chipped for her protection. If you are interested in giving this sweet girl the forever, loving home that she deserves, please submit an adoption application or call/email to schedule an appointment to come visit Honeysuckle Rose.
Honeysuckle Rose was picked for our 3rd Annual Blaze's Ride to the Rescue Trainer Challenge. She was chosen by Youth Trainer Emily Roberts. Emily will be working with Honeysuckle Rose for the next 100 days, turning Honeysuckle Rose into a dependable riding companion. Emily will be going against 6 other Youth Trainers in our Trainer's Challenge. We also have 12 Professional Adult Trainers competing in our Trainer's Challenge. Competition is set for April 26, 2014 at the Lazy E Arena, Guthrie, Oklahoma. For additional information regarding our Trainers Challenge, please visit our trainer's challenge website and follow your favorite Trainer/Rescue Horse on their journey to competition. Blaze's Ride to the Rescue Trainer Challenge. Honeysuckle Rose will be available for adoption immediately following the competition on April 26th, 2014. Honeysuckle Rose is a sweet girl and loves attention. Honeysuckle Rose has a current negative coggins, up to date on vaccinations, deworming, teeth floating and hoof maintenance. Honeysuckle Rose has also been freeze branded and micro chipped for her protection. If you are interested in adopting Honeysuckle Rose, please submit an adoption application and get your pre-approved status, in order to adopt Honeysuckle Rose or one of our other Rescued Horses competing on April 26th.
You can see Emily Roberts and Honeysuckle Rose's Freestyle Performance here: Honeysuckle Rose Freestyle Performance Emily Roberts and Team Honeysuckle Rose placed 5th in the Youth Division. Honeysuckle Rose is seeking her forever, loving home. Please contact us if you would like to schedule an appointment to come see Honeysuckle Rose.
Honeysuckle Rose has been adopted to a wonderful family in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Honeysuckle Rose is going to be extremely well loved and spoiled rotten in her forever, loving home. We are thrilled that Honeysuckle Rose will continue with her training and receive the love and attention she deserves from her forever, loving family.
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 anytime Friday - Sunday. 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.