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Thorny came into our rescue program on April 06, 2013. Thorny 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. Thorny is a Beautiful, Black, Tennessee Walker/Friesan, Mare. Thorny is estimated to be 12 years of age. Thorny is extremely emaciated with a body score of a 1. She is infested with internal/external parasites, has rain rot and is mildly anemic. You can see how much Thorny has improved in just 30 days. The top 2 pictures of Thorny are the day of the seizure and the bottom 2 pictures are just 30 days later. All of the horses are doing great and improving daily. Many have a long road of recovery ahead of them, while many others will be coming available for adoption soon. Thorny is super sweet and very smart. She loves attention! She loads in a trailer and stands for the farrier. We will update as she continues to progress. Thorny should be coming available for adoption soon. Please consider making a donation towards Thorny's Rehabilitation.

Update August 2013 Thorny is now seeking her forever, loving home to call her own. Thorny is super sweet and loves attention. She is usually one of the first ones to greet you. Thorny is broke to ride. We would recommend some tune up time in a round pen or small enclosed area. She will make someone an excellent horse. Thorny stands for the farrier and loads in a trailer. Thorny has a current negative coggins, up to date on vaccinations, deworming and hoof maintenance. If you are interested in giving this sweet girl the forever, loving home she deserves, please submit an adoption application or call/email to schedule an appointment to come visit Thorny.

Update December 2014 Thorny has returned to the rescue at no fault of her own and is now seeking her forever, loving home. Thorny is sweet girl and loves attention once caught. She has become a bit difficult to catch, but I know with the proper amount of time and attention, she will go back to wanting attention and greeting you. Thorny is broke to ride, but we do encourage some tune up's in a round pen or small enclosed area. Thorny was a bit tense getting back in the saddle, but after a bit of warming up, she was good to go and relaxed. Thorny stands for the farrier and loads in a trailer. She is a beautiful girl, very well built and stocky. She will make someone an excellent horse. Thorny is gaited! Thorny has a current negative coggins, up to date on vaccinations, deworming and hoof maintenance. If you would like to schedule an appointment to come visit Thorny, please submit an adoption application or call/email to schedule an appointment to come visit Thorny.

Update January 2015 Thorny is now in training with Robert Hayes and doing great. Thorny is a beautiful girl and needed some refresher training. She is doing well and will be available for adoption at our 5th Annual Blaze's Ride to the Rescue Trainer's Challenge on May 21st, 2016 at the Lazy E Arena. Thorny is now 14 years of age and will have over 120 days of refresher training under her belt. She stands for the farrier and loads in a trailer. Thorny has a current negative coggins, up to date on vaccinations, deworming and hoof maintenance.

Update June 2016 Thorny is still seeking her forever, loving home. Thorny has spent quite a bit of time in training with Robert Hayes and she is doing great. Thorny would make a great trail horse for an intermediate rider. She can be quick and ready to go. You can watch Thorny's performance during our 5th Annual Blaze's Ride to the Rescue Trainer's Challenge here: Showcase Thorny HD We do apologize for the few hiccups while videoing. Thorny has a current negative coggins, up to date on vaccinations, deworming, and hoof maintenance. If you are interested in adopting this sweet girl, please submit an adoption application or call/email to schedule an appointment to come visit Thorny.

Available for Immediate Adoption
Thorny's Adoption Fee $800.00




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