We have the following urgent request from Tranquility Farm for the rehoming of four horses. Time is short to find them homes, so if you are in the Culpeper, VA area, please consider opening your barn doors for one of these deserving animals:
“Sadly, due to family circumstances, Tranquility Farm Equestrian Education and Renewal Center is being forced to close its doors. We have been able to rehome all of our animals except four, and we are hoping that you may be able to help us find these wonderful horses a new forever home:
Um’lette is a Standardbred mare for advanced rider. She is 20 years old and in good health. She currently receives MSM and Glucosamine. She had arthroscopic surgery on her knee and had a club foot as a foal, but seems to have no lingering issues.
Star is a 12 year old standardbred gelding. He has been ridden, but needs more schooling. He bites around feed because he had been starved as a youngster. He’s a gorgeous guy now.
Cocoa is an 18 year old thoroughbred mare. She has slightly limited vision due to an injury to her left eye. She had been kicked by another horse while at auction. She was saved while in foal from the slaughterhouse.
Tucker is a 10 month old colt that was born on the farm. He is Cocoa’s foal. He is in excellent health and has lots of spirit, but needs to be gelded.
A signed humane contract will be required of new owners.
Please contact the owner (not White Bird) through the contact information, below. Please keep in mind that these horses need immediate rehoming, so time is of the essence:
Sarah at: 540-718-8305