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Champion, July 2007 Champion's hooves when seized
Champion, October 2007

Champion came into our rescue program on July 31, 2007, along with 43 other horses that were severely neglected and starved from the Forest Park & Spencer, Oklahoma area. We were called by the Oklahoma County Sheriff's Office, Forest Park Police Department and Spencer Police Department to assist in the seizure of the 44 horses. Champion is a beautiful, yearling, bay, Arabian, colt. Champion was stunted upon arrival, covered in rain rott, infested with parasites, never received proper hoof care, had upper respiratory infection that turned into strangles. He has suffered a lot in his short little life. He is a sweetheart and loves attention although when he first arrived, you couldn't touch him. He has learned to accept love and to be loved. He is a cutie. Champion is searching for his own loving, forever home to call his own. Champion has a current negative coggins, up to date on vaccinations, deworming, and hoof maintenance. Champion will be gelded prior to being adopted to his new adoptive home.

Champion has been adopted to a wonderful family in McAlester, Oklahoma. Champion is going to be extremely well loved and spoiled rotten. He will be enjoyed by many as he shows off his silly antics. He is a special boy! Champion is joined at her new forever, loving home along with Okra, Moonshine, Martini and Snickers.

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