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Radar came into our rescue program on November 30, 2012. Radar came from the Beartooth Humane Alliance in Red Lodge, Montana along with 7 other horses. Radar, along with 64 other horses were part of a large scale animal cruelty case that Beartooth Humane Alliance worked in February 2012. Twenty six of the horses scored 3 or less on the BCS. The 26 were removed from the property and Beartooth Humane Alliance have been providing the feed and fostering for these horses since February while the investigation was pending. When the court case settled in July, the owner had 30 days to find new homes for all of her 65 horses including the horses that were seized. The owner relinquished 20 of the total to Beartooth in August for rehab and re-homing. Beartooth contacted us in October and requested our assistance. Due to the harsh winters, dried ponds, and lack of water, Beartooth wanted to place the remaining 8 horses in a rescue that would be able to continue to provide them the care, training and adoptive homes they deserved. Beartooth received our information from Stacy Segal with A.S.P.C.A. When we were first contacted, we knew we wanted to help, but didn't know if we would be able to offer them the assistance they needed. I always say, if God leads me to it, he will lead me through it. We were blessed with several adoptions, which freed up the space to allow these guys to come to us. As Beartooth states, "In what has been a tumultuous year for twenty horses surrendered to BHA after being found starved at the Rehard property in Luther, MT last February, yet another new chapter has begun - into a fairytale. A unique collaboration established between the Beartooth Humane Alliance and several nationwide horse rescue facilities will provide an opportunity for everlasting greener pastures for our horses. As the name implies, horse rescue organizations hold true to their mission of providing rehabilitation, training and re-homing for horses confiscated from cruelty cases, destined for slaughter, abandoned, or surrendered by owners unable to continue caring for their horse. Horse rescue organizations face the same challenge as dog and cat rescues and shelters face - there are just too many animals in need. BHA is thrilled to have our horses accepted into these programs knowing they will receive exceptional care and training followed by placement into caring, permanent homes." We join several other wonderful organizations that have taken on these beautiful horses, such as, Best Friends Animal Society in Kanab, UT, The Horse Protection League in Golden, CO, Zuma's Rescue Ranch in Littleton, Co, The Duchess Sanctuary in Oakland, OR, and Strawberry Mountain Rescue and Rehabilitation Center, in Roseburg, OR. Sometimes, it takes a Village, regardless everyone pulled together to help some amazing horses.

Radar is a Beautiful, Bay/White, Paint, Gelding. Radar is estimated to be 12 years of age. Radar stands at 14.3 hands tall. He is halter broke and broke to lead. Radar is absolutely stunning! He is ready for someone to start his training. He is a bit spooky on the ground, but with some daily attention, time and training, he will make someone a great horse. These pictures just don't do this beautiful boy justice. He is certainly a must see! Radar will make someone an excellent horse with the right amount of time and training. Radar has a current negative coggins, up to date on vaccinations, deworming and hoof maintenance. If you are interested in giving this beautiful boy the forever, loving home that he deserves, please submit an adoption application or call/email to schedule an appointment to come visit Radar.

Radar was picked for our 2nd Annual Blaze's Ride to the Rescue Trainer Challenge. He was chosen by Trainer Jesse Naylor. Jesse will be working with Radar for the next 100 days, turning Radar into a dependable riding companion. Jesse will be going against 13 other Trainers in our Trainer's Challenge. Competition is set for May 4th, 2013 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. Radar will be available for adoption immediately following the competition on May 4th, 2013. You can have an opportunity to see Radar in action at our Blaze's Spring Fling Benefit Trail Ride on April 20th, 2013 at Prague Lake. All Trainers will be available with their horses to give anyone interested in adopting, a sneak peak. Radar is a sweet boy. Radar has a current negative coggins, up to date on vaccinations, deworming, teeth floating and hoof maintenance. If you are interested in adopting Radar, please submit an adoption application and get your pre-approved status, in order to adopt Radar or one of our other Rescued Horses competing on May 4th.

Radar has been adopted to a wonderful family in Guthrie, Oklahoma. Radar and Bell Boy were adopted together, where both will be extremely spoiled rotten and well loved in their forever, loving home. We are thrilled that these special boys will receive the time and attention they deserve with their 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.  

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