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Patches

Age: 10 and younger    Gender: Filly    

Patches is about 4 years old. She is very sweet and needs training. Patches is available for adoption or sponsoring. Won’t you consider adopting or sponsoring this beautiful girl and give her a forever loving home or help with her care? Patches was found in an area called “Dogpatch” where she was left abandoned and malnourished. She was picked up by Livestock  and is now safe at Equine Voices.

“Dogpatch” is the nickname given to a rural area of southern Tucson (just south of the Tucson Airport between Old Nogales Highway and South Swan Road) that has been used for many years as a dumping ground for garbage and animals to include horses, both dead and alive. The signs of neglect, overpopulation, and sometimes abuse of domesticated animals are more than apparent to an outsider of this community, but seem accepted or ignored by most of its residents. This is the second horse Equine Voices has helped rescue from “Dogpatch” in a month.

“Patches” now resides at Equine Voices Rescue & Sanctuary with Gulliver and his friends and she is looking for that special someone who would like to adopt or sponsor her.

 

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Dream Catcher

Age: 10 and younger    

Dream Catcher is approximately 4 years old and the son of Delta. Dream Catcher and his mother Delta came to Equine Voices after we were notified that they needed help. Dream Catcher is very friendly; he loves people and gets along well with other horses. Dream Catcher and his mother Delta can be adopted together or individually.

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Mr Bojangles

It is with a heavy heart to let you know that our innocent blind pony, Bojangles crossed over Rainbow Bridge on Sunday morning, December 15th, 2013. We would like to thank Dr. Hutchison for all his help, care and love and to volunteers Judie, Sarah, Sharon and Kristin for all your help during this difficult time. A very special thank you to those of you who have sponsored him over the years. He is buried to the north of the large corral under a tree for those of you who would like to pay your respect. He will be missed. RIP BoJangles

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Tatiana

Tatiana has been adopted along with Echo by Debbie Kestersen & Family. To the left is a picture with her new Mom Debbie.

Here is a video of this special adoption

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Echo

Echo has been adopted along with Tatiana by Debbie Kestersen & Family

Echo is a beautiful buckskin quarter horse colt. He is approximately 21/2 years old, is very friendly, leads, loads, picks up his feet and is is wonderful with other horses. Echo’s basic training was with Anna Twinney of Reach out to Horses. Echo has a soft personality and is a true people pleaser. Echo has room to grow, but may be on the smaller side.

Here is a video of this special adoption

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Spitfire

Age: 10 and younger    Gender: Mare    

Spitfire is the daughter of Harley and Deuce and is quite a character. She is sweet, loves people and loves to be groomed. Spitfire will need an experienced person to train her. Spitfire, Little Deuce, Harley and have never been separated and we would like to find a home for them together.

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Eclipz

Eclipz has been adopted along with Honey by Janet Gallup and now lives in the beautiful mountains of northern Arizona near Show Low.

Eclipz is a young 2 1/2 year old, beautiful red roan quarter horse colt. He is extremely friendly and loves other horses and people. Eclipz has had basic ground skills training with Anna Twinney, he halters, leads, loads, picks up his feet and even wears a blanket. Eclipz is ready for that special someone to adopt or sponsor him.


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Harley

Age: 10 and younger    Gender: Mare    

Harley is a beautiful red roan quarter horse. She has a wonderful and sweet temperament and gets along well with other horses. Once trained, Harley would make a wonderful riding horse.Harley, Little Deuce and Spitfire have never been separated and we would like to find a home for them together.

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Honey

Honey has been adopted along with Eclpiz by Janet Gallup and now lives in the beautiful mountains of northern Arizona near Show Low.

Honey is a beautiful quarter horse that was rescued by Equine Voices after the Department of Livestock saved her from starvation.

Honey is approximately ten years old, is ride-able, leads, loads, is great with the farrier and gets along well with other horses. She and Sundance have

become best of friends. Honey is looking for a sponsor and that perfect loving home.

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Jabari

Jabari has been adopted along with Nitika to a wonderful forever home by Desnie Bear and her Mother, Doris

Jabari is a gorgeous Premarin foal who was rescued with his mother in 2005. Jabari was adopted shortly after his arrival, however, was returned for financial reasons in 2013. Jabari has been trained in English and Western, according to his previous owner he is good on the trails, but would be a better arena riding horse.

Jabari is sweet, leads, loads, a gem with his feet and gets along well with other horses. Jabari is the son of Chance.

 

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Little Deuce

Age: 10 and younger    Gender: Gelding    

Little Deuce is beautiful Dun quarter horse with a fun personality. Little Deuce needs an experienced person to train him.He is friendly and sweet, and gets along well with other horses. Little Deuce, Harley and Spitfire have never been separated and we would like to find a home for them together.

 

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Nitika

Nitika has been adopted along with Jabari to a wonderful forever home by Desnie Bear and her Mother, Doris

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Sundance

Sundance has been adopted and now lives with Walter at San Cayatano Ranch, in Tumacacori, on two acres of beautiful pasture, trees and freedom.

Here is Sundance’s story by Amy.

Sundance’s adoption is not your typical story. I needed a companion for my gelding,Walter, (aka Precious). While it may sound like a simple enough task, Precious is extremely difficult to pair with other horses. In fact, three of the past five times he’s been in a one on one situation with another horse ended in disaster, including a near fatal kick that severed his carotid artery and required emergency surgery, not even a month after Precious and I moved to AZ in September of 2012. Karen let me bring Precious to Equine Voices to “meet” the other horses. However, after spending over 2 hours introducing him to many other horses at Equine Voices, none of their interactions struck me as a good match. I chose what seemed like the best match and followed Karen across the property, ready to sign the papers. We passed by Sundance’s corral and something made me stop and ask Karen if I could try introducing Precious to Sundance. There were a few squeals and strikes from both horses, but no one laid an ear back. After a few minutes the we passed by Sundance’s corral and something made me stop and ask Karen if I could try introducing Precious Sundance. There were a few squeals and strikes from both horses, but no one laid an ear back. After a few minutes the horses even started mutually grooming. That was the kind of interaction I was looking for! Sundance was the definite winner–the horses had chosen each other. To my pleasant surprise, Sundance proved to be a much better companion than I anticipated, immediately retreating during the few times Precious has felt the need to show dominance. In response to Sundance’s extreme submissiveness, Precious now allows him to eat from the same pile of hay, and the two are always together when I arrive at the ranch, oftentimes so close their bodies are touching. When I take Precious out of the pasture, Sundance calls to him for several minutes and then stands by the side of the pasture closest to the direction I’ve taken Precious until we’ve returned, even it’s been several hours. When it comes to trusting humans again, Sundance still needs a lot of work; but in terms of fulfilling his role as a loving companion for Precious, I could not have asked for better.

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Sissy

Age: Over 20    Gender: Mare    

Adoption Pending

Sissy had nowhere to go after her owner was shot and killed by her owner’s boyfriend. Sissy was going to be euthanized, but the authorities searched for a safe home for her instead. Sissy was brought to us on December 18th, 2014 after we agreed to take her. She is an elderly horse, approximately 30 years of age. Sissy is sweet, gentle, gets along well with other horses, and would make a fantastic companion horse.

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Josephina aka “Josie”

Josephina was adopted DJ Welsh and she is now located in New River, Arizona.

Josephina aka “Josie” is a sweet young mare who was found wandering in the desert. The Arizona Department of Livestock contacted Equine Voices. She would have otherwise gone to slaughter if not rescued by Equine Voices.

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Sunrise aka Sonny

Sunrise aka Sonny has been adopted by Linda Vataha and he has a wonderful new forever home along with three new friends, Zeke a mini donkey, Samson the Missouri Foxtrotter and Leah-miniature horse

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Frankie

Age: Over 20    Gender: Gelding     Height: 15 Hands    

Adoption Pending

Frankie is a thirty year old palomino gelding who was rescued by Equine Voices on December 18th, 2014.Frankie served humans his whole life, and was at risk of going to slaughter if Equine Voices did not take him.Frankie gets along with other horses,  is very sweet,  and would make a great companion horse..

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Tia

Age: Over 20    Gender: Mare    Weight: 700 lbs     Height: 14.5 hands    

” Tia” A Greek name meaning Goddess or Godly. Found abandoned in Three Points and brought to Equine Voices by our local AZ Livestock Inspector. Tia is a mare approx. 20 years old, 14.5 hands  and although should she should weigh 900-1,000 lbs,  she has been measured at 700 lbs. Her  critical needs are; feed and special supplements,  a hoof trim, a  teeth floating, and lots of love and care.  Won’t you consider sponsoring this sweet girl and to help with her care?

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Freedom aka “BeBo” and “Buddy”

Freedom was rescued recently after Equine Voices received a call by his owner asking for help. She recently lost her husband and is losing her home. Freedom was loved, but his owner was limited in her knowledge of how to properly care for a donkey. Freedom’s feet had not been trimmed in months; he was fed only alfalfa, had a horrible wound on his leg, and lived in a space the size of a bed of a pick-up truck.

Freedom now roams the ranch, and is becoming one of the volunteers’ favorite pals.

Freedom is looking for that special someone to sponsor him and to help with his care. Won’t you consider sponsoring this adorable donkey? 

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Ariana

Age: 10 and younger    Gender: Mare    

Ariana, meaning “Holy One” came to us last week after the AZ Livestock Officer called and asked if could take her. He has never seen such a time where there have been so many stray horses.He had placed all but Ariana, and wondered if we could give her a home.This sweet girl, with a beautiful face was found in an area of Tucson called “Dog Patch”. A place where many people are dumping their dogs and horses. Ariana is a 2 1/2 on a scale of 1-10, and is in need of food and special supplements. She also has a back leg injury, which is most likely one reason why she was dumped. We aren’t sure of her age, but she seems young. Ariana, is wonderful and needs that person to help  with her care. Won’t you consider sponsoring this special girl?

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Jamie

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Wiley

Wiley with Larry & Julia

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Burrito

Age: Over 20    Gender: Jack    

The day before Sunrise was to leave for his new, forever and loving home, Equine Voices received a call about a burro that needed a home. Nothing was mentioned about his condition; only that he was rescued from a man that at night would fancy going out to beat him. Burrito was taken in by a family who recently lost their home. Since Sunrise was being adopted, we decided, sight unseen, to give Burrito sanctuary. Linda and Joey stopped in Cave Creek, on the way to Equine Voices and picked him up for us. When I picked up the phone, it was Joey, “Karen, you will not believe what I’m seeing”….so the story was told. When Burrito arrived at the sanctuary, like many of our rescues, unprepared, we could not believe his condition. He was born with a disability. His back knees rub together when he walks to the point that his knees were raw and bloody, and untreated. His eyes were scavenged by flies, and they too were raw and bloody. He is 22 years old, and never been gelded. I stood there wondering what this poor guy was thinking and feeling. He has only been here a week, but despite his issues, he is becoming a loving and trusting friend, is eating like a champ, and seems to figure out his way around his pen. Let’s pray for little Burrito, and hope he will heal like so many of those innocents that have found their way to the sanctuary.

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Champ AKA Neptune is in his new home in Colorado. Lloyd and Jan Mower worked with Champ during Anna Twinney’s foal gentling class. It was love at first sight. Today Champ is living with the Mowers and their three other horses.

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Sophie

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Amado and Jane

It was a long journey for Amado but he finally found his destination.

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Sunstar

This sweet, half Arab mare loves attention and people. Sunstar, who is in her mid-teens, was relinquished to Equine Voices when her owner could no longer take care of her. She is sound and can be ridden, but needs an experienced rider. Sunstar has a seasonal allergy that causes her to rub her tail. For this, she requires steroid treatment on an as needed basis.

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Copper

PMU mare- Red Dun QH, born 1993. It was a very merry Christmas for Copper, a sweet & gentle mare who got her wish and has found a wonderful, loving home with June & David Tyne of Tucson, AZ. Babe, a beautiful Peruvian Paso – June’s very first horse, and her great love, passed on Dec. 16, 2006. As hard as it was grieving her loss, June decided she needed to save a life, and came to EV. When she & David first met Copper, the bond was instant, and they looked no further. Copper has been adopted in honor of Babe, and she joins Tali – a Peruvian Paso, and Crusader- a miniature horse – the Tyne’s other 2 horses, at her terrific new home. Adopted December, 2006.

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Savannah, Brandy, & Leyla

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Tehya

PMU mare – Palomino Paint. Tehya is a striking horse, with beautiful coloring and one blue eye. She had many, many inquiries, but Tehya is a horse who needed to pick her owner. Tehya bonded closely with Claudia Folch, a volunteer at Equine Voices. Claudia adopted Desert Star and knew that Tehya was the other horse to complete her herd of two. This is a happy horse, for there was no one besides Claudia with whom she forged such a close bond.

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Strider

PMU foal, Percheron draft cross, foaled in Spring, 2007. This colt is very cute and will grow to be a magnificent horse. He was saved from slaughter from an “out of work” PMU farmer needing to dispose of his horses, and brought to Equine Voices from Manitoba, Canada. He’s been adopted by Pheobe and Brett Harris.

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Skipper

Skipper was saved from a feedlot in Canada and came to Equine Voices with his mother, Newfies Pride, who since has passed on. This sweet, handsome and willing boy was adopted by Jo Taylor in December 2009. She was riding him within a week of arriving at his new, forever home!

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Comet

PMU filly, born Spring, 2007, Percheron draft cross. Comet is a very pretty baby, who came with her dam, Maya, along with this fall’s rescue on Oct. 18, 2007. She will be a big horse when full grown. Both sire & dam are draft crosses, and approximately 16 h. Adopted 2008

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Dolce

Dolce was skin and bones when he came to Equine Voices, but now he’s strong, handsome and frisky! He’s very friendly, trustworthy and loves to be handled. Dolce can be ridden and would make a great trail and light-riding horse.

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Cowboy

PMU colt, Belgian cross, foaled in Spring, 2007. This is a very darling baby. Cowboy just arrived on October 18, 2007, from Manitoba, Canada, along with this fall’s rescue. He is just adorable, and seems a bit shy. He likes to huddle with the other foals, and peek out from behind. Adopted 2008

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Denali

This gorgeous paint/draft cross filly came to Equine Voices from Canada in October 2009. She is a PMU foal. Denali is very bright and has great potential as riding horse. Adopted 2010

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Blackjack

Blackjack & Renee

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Hope

This beautiful draft cross filly was among the very last of a crop of 75 PMU foals needing to be rescued in the fall of 2006. Hope arrived at Equine Voices, and quickly became a very sweet and responsive filly. She found her permanent and loving home.

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Casper & Wendy

I found Desert Springs Equine Sanctuary Center on the internet and did a bit of research. I soon discovered that DSESC had a partnership with Equine Voices. On a beautiful Saturday morning, my husband and I went for a tour of DSESC. As we walked from horse to horse and learned about the horrors that many had suffered, I was heartbroken. At the very last corral on the tour, I found a blue eyed, cremello colt that won my heart instantly. I learned about how this little colt had been born at DSESC and the story of “Hope” the foal’s mother. I was told that “Hope” and another mare “Joy” were rescued from auction by Equine Voices in March 2009 after being found packed with drugs and covered in pack sores. When Hope arrived at DSESC, she was so emaciated that they had no idea that she was well into her eighth month of pregnancy. As we drove away from Desert Springs, both my husband and I knew that we had found a new addition to our family.

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Blueberry & April

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Joy

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Sonny

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Dusty

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Keetch and Sandy

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Alabar

Alabar is 6 years old and is a very sweet little guy who gets along very well with other horses. He loves attention and enjoys being around kids and he has a very mellow temperament. He was under saddle but needs more training and would make a great horse for a experienced child or a petite person.

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Orion

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Jazz

Purchased at an Arizona Livestock auction, Jazz came to Equine Voices in May 2009. He was thin and had horrible sores on his back. It is believed he was used as a drug smuggling horse. Jazz was rehabilitated at Desert Springs Equestrian Center in Marana, a foster facility for Equine Voices horses. He was adopted by Melanie Martinez in October 2009. Jazz is now a riding horse for Melanie’s daughter and is a “barn buddy” for Melanie’s horse.

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Lorenzo

Lorenzo was purchased by Equine Voices at an Arizona Livestock auction in May 2009. He came to Equine Voices with two other horses, Jazz and Valentino. It is believed all three were used as a drug smuggling horse. Lorenzo was rehabilitated at Desert Springs Equestrian Center in Marana, a foster facility for Equine Voices horses. He was adopted by veterinarian Kayomee Daroowalla in August 2009 and is enjoying life as a companion for Kayomee’s 30-year-old gelding.

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Valentino

Valentino came to Equine Voices in May 2009 with two other geldings, Lorenzo and Jazz. All three are believed to have been used to smuggle drugs into the United States and were then discarded in the hot, dry Southern Arizona desert. Valentino was rehabilitated at Desert Springs Equestrian Center in Marana, a foster facility for Equine Voices horses. He was adopted by Mary Modaff in October 2009 and is serving as good company for Mary’s elderly half Arab.

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Carlie

A beautiful gray mare, Carlie came to Equine Voices in January 2009 after a concerned woman saw her wasting away in someone’s back yard and called to see if Equine Voices could help. Thin and weak, Carlie came to Equine Voices where, within months, she was healthy and vibrant. She was adopted by Jo Taylor in December 2009.

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Durango

Durango, a handsome and friendly gray and white paint, was born at Equine Voices in the spring of 2008. His mother, Angelina, was a PMU mare. This smart and friendly guy was spotted by the 8-year-old daughter of Equine Voices volunteer Lori Medcoff in the fall of 2009. Not long after, his adoption was pending. Durango is doing great in his new home, is enjoying his new horse friends and will be growing up right along with Lori’s daughter.

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Kodiak – “Kodi”

Precheron draft cross colt, foaled Spring, 2007. This darling young colt came with his dam, Mystic, on October 18, 2007, along with a group of horses from Manitoba, Canada, purchased from out of work PMU farmer, to save from slaughter. He is a stunning baby, looking for a loving, forever home. We would like to place him with his dam, if possible.

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Apache

ADOPTION PENDING – PMU foal, Percheron draft cross, born Spring, 2007. This darling sorrel & white tobiano draft cross colt is looking for a loving and permanent home. He just arrived at Equine Voices with a group of ten saved from Manitoba, Canada on October 18, 2007. He will be a big and very impressive looking horse when full grown.

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Sundancer

PMU foal, born Spring, 2006, Belgian draft cross. Sundancer came to Equine Voices as a weanling, saved from slaughter in the fall of 2006. A big and very elegant looking colt, he was rather shy and a bit skittish. Sundancer was looking for the right person to adopt him. That person came along one year later. Natalie Tornquist saw his picture, came to Equine Voices to meet Sundancer, and knew immediately that he was calling to her. Natalie has been riding since a small child, and was the proud owner of a much cherished horse for 15 years. When her mare died six years ago, Natalie continued to ride, but her grieving heart prevented her from seeking another horse until now. There was an instant bond, and Sundancer has been given a loving, forever home with Natalie. Adopted October 17, 2007.

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Shirley

PMU mare, Quarter horse, born 1993 – rescued from slaughter & transported from Alberta, Canada – 2005.
Shirley’s story is surely incredible. She was at a PMU farm that lost its contract and sending all horses to slaughter. She had a foal by her side, and she was foundering. Her foal was adopted, but ended up on the slaughter truck…Shirley could not protect her. The farmer wanted to send Shirley to slaughter as she was foundering, but EV founder Karen begged for her life – paying full price for a lame horse. Shirley has become an extremely sweet and loveable mare. She was put up for adoption as a companion only, as she will always have some lameness issues, and she is prone to foundering. However, Deb Smoot, a volunteer who adopted another horse (yearling Bambi Bay, from Equine Voices) decided to give Shirley a forever home. Thank you, Deb. Please know that Shirley will give you back in gratitude and affection – ten fold – the love you will bestow on her as a member of your family.

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Marlo

PMU mare from Alberta, Canada, rescued 2005. Marlo is one of the sweetest mares. A horse who bonded quickly with people, it was apparent Marlo so wanted a home of her own. Approximately 20 years old, we thought her chances for adoption were getting rather slim. However, there was someone looking for a gentle mare to love. When Geri Pritzel viewed Marlo on our website, she somehow knew that Marlo was “the one.” Marlo did get her heart’s desire, and now has a home of her own on 5 beautiful acres in Flagstaff. She has Penny, a rescued donkey for a companion, and she will live out the rest of her life in comfort and happiness, being loved and giving love in return. Adopted August 26, 2007

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Calamity Jane

This very sweet 17 yr. old black PMU Quarter horse mare, rescued from Alberta, Canada in 2005, has found a forever home. She has been adopted by Carole Collins, who will be asking nothing other than love, hugs, and tranquil walks together. Carole was looking for a companion to her 18 yr. old ex-racehorse, and a horse on whom she could shower affection. When Carole saw Calamity Jane on our website, she thought this might be the one, especially as Carole’s daughter is named Jane. A visit proved the match was right, and a happy ending for this gentle mare.

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Luna

This pretty little paint mare came to Equine Voices as a starvation case. She soon gained weight and her perky and friendly personality shone through. She was quickly adopted and given natural horsmanship training, but within a year she came back to Equine Voices due to her adopter’s personal circumstances. Luna has found another home, and this time a permanent one. She has been adopted by Carol & Val Kozielski, with whom she instantly bonded. Luna will have 3 other horses for companionship, and two doting “parents” who will love her forever.

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Gemi

This sweet and energetic part-Arab mare came to Equine Voices, relinquished by an owner. Gemi did not have to wait long before being adopted by Janice Mornis. Gemi will have two other Arabian horses for companions, and 15 acres on which to frolic and play.

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Amigo

Adopted – 2 yr. old – Red dun, Quarter horse, gelded. This gorgeous horse came from Alberta, Canada, as a foal with his dam, (Abbey) in 2005. Amigo was adopted to a loving home last year, but he was recently returned due to adopter’s medical problems. He is a very striking horse, and in excellent health. (He was well taken care of, and kindly treated, by his former adopter.) He is sweet & willing, and displays a great temperament. Amigo is halter-trained, leads & loads unto a trailer well. He would probably do very well in any discipline. He is hoping to find another loving home.

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Bambi Bay

Bambi Bay was a PMU foal, who arrived at EV Dec., 2005, along with a big rescue from Alberta. She was too young & frail to be without her dam. However, this filly is spunky, and willful, and although, at 2 yrs. old, she is still lagging developmentally, she is quickly re-gaining ground. She is a love, and has always had a special place in one of our volunteers’ heart. Deb Smoot, who has known & loved Bambi for a long time, decided she needed to adopt her and take her home. Bambi will always be cherished.

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Lily & baby “Truffle”

Lily- draft X – pregnant PMU mare from Manitoba. Lily foaled April 13 – a beautiful & precious little filly. This sweet Mother/daughter pair did not have to wait long before being adopted. They have become a cherished part of Debbie Kesterson & her family, all of whom are gentle, committed, and experienced horse people. They will be together forever, & have attention & care from three generations. Debbie was gifted her first horse by her parents at 16. She is passing on this tradition and Lily’s baby has been gifted to her 16 yr. old daughter, Nicole, who has named the filly “Charisma.”

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Serena

PMU mare from Alberta, Canada. Belgian draft, born 1995. Serena is a show-stopper. Although reticent when she first arrived from Canada in December, 2005, she came around and began trusting. She was adopted pending out of state, but it fell through. Shannon & Mitch Cusolito became volunteers at EV, and there was a special bond and kinship between Shannon & Serena. This gorgeous mare called out to Shannon, and she responded in kind. Serena now has a permanent, loving home with the Cusolito’s, and resides in a restive, grass pasture shared with another mare. Adopted May, 2007.

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Desert Star

QH cross, gelding, born 2005. Desert Star was rescued with his dam, Desert Breeze, from a Canadian feedlot. This gorgeous gelding, like his Mom, has a beautiful sculptured head, pretty conformation with long legs & neck, and a very aristocratic demeanor. Claudia Folch, a volunteer at EV, fell in love with this colt from the first time she saw him. She & husband Miguel decided to purchase horse property to provide a home for this new, cherished addition to their family. Claudia dreamed of owning her own horse for many years, and with Desert Star, it has finally come true! Adopted April, 2007

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Fancy

PMU foal, born 1995, Bay QH. This very intelligent, spunky filly with a great mind has found a wonderful home on 5 lush acres in Oro Valley, AZ. Her adopter, Marcella B., came to EV to look for a companion for her half-Arab gelding, and fell in love with Fancy. She will be working with her from the ground level up, and will training her for trail and pleasure riding. Adopted February, 2007.

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Melody

A gorgeous yearling Paint, (perhaps draft x) filly, Melody was slaughter-bound on a feedlot in Manitoba, Canada, and was rescued by EV right before Christmas, 2006. Tri-colored, with a very pretty face, Melody shows a lot of potential in her moves, and displays a sweet temperament. She has been adopted by a wonderful couple who donated funds to help rescue two horses this year, of which Melody was one. She is very much cherished, and has a wonderful, loving home with this couple, who wish to remain anonymous. A heartfelt thank you in helping to save her. Adopted January, 2007.

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Sydney

A big & powerful draft/Quarter cross, Sydney was quite elusive and mistrusting for a very long time. An alpha mare, she displayed much bravado….but underneath it all, this gorgeous 7 year old PMU mare was hoping for a special, understanding someone to give her a loving home, and was slowly starting to trust again. She now will have a “safe & quiet existence in which she can live in peace” with adopter, Becky Castaneda, an EV volunteer who also adopted Elizabeth, Max, and Sydney’s yearling filly – Star. Adopted August, 2006.

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Prince Valiant

This stunning yearling who operates at one speed – RUN – also displays a gorgeous extended trot when he is so inclined. An extremely intelligent (too smart for most people) horse, with an abundance of energy, Prince Valiant has found his perfect home with Michelle Johansen of Flagstaff, AZ. An adept competitor & experienced horsewoman, Michelle will be training Valiant to reach his future potential in the 3-day eventing arena. Adopted August, 2006.

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Nugget

A VERY big baby, Nugget has found a dynamite home in gorgeous Pagosa Springs, CO, with new owner, Erin Huttinga. Erin is a corporate employee, and instructor-in-training with Pat Parelli. Nugget, a draft X yearling, will be Erin’s project horse for Parelli’s training program, as well as a future 3-day eventing horse. You go, girl! Adopted July, 2006.

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Fergie

Karen Wineinger came to visit Equine Voices to look at some horses. When she saw Fergie, a sweet, gentle-broke mare who foaled many times during her years at a PMU ranch, Fergie called out to her, and an instant bond resulted. Fergie now has a loving home with Karen W., and the continued companionship of Angelina and Frankie – whom she also adopted. July, 2006.

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Frankie

This very sweet paint with two blue eyes, and growing in leaps & bounds, is going to make a big and solid trail horse for his new adoptive owner, Karen Wineinger. He has not only found a new home – but has been placed with his dam, Angelina, and another mare, Fergie. Adopted July, 2006.

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Angelina

This pretty mare with unusual markings now has a loving owner to call her own. She has been adopted by Karen Wineinger, along with her yearling colt, Frankie, and another mare, Fergie. The three of them can look forward to a nice big pasture in which to run, and the care of a gentle owner. Adopted July, 2006.

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Queenie

An absolute love, Queenie, a big Percheron/Quarter horse cross, has found a wonderful home with adopter Phil Aken. Queenie, who has a quiet & sweet temperament, also is a horse who needs a job to do. Phil, an Arizona Ranger, will be training her to be his mount for parades, security, etc. She is going to be quite glorious in her new important position. Adopted December, 2006.

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Visto

This sweet yearling colt has been adopted with his dam, Olivia and now has a wonderful home. See “Olivia” for further details.

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Olivia

Olivia came to us with such delicate & pink skin, we were hoping for a home in a cooler climate. We got an answer to our prayers, and Olivia has a wonderful new home with Lori Bigler in Washington State. She has been adopted with her yearling colt, Visto. Together, they have other horses for company, and can frolic on a beautful 5 acre pasture, complete with many trees & a creek. Adopted July, 2006.

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Mocha

Chocolate brown Bay QH filly, foaled 2005. Mocha, a very capable filly, who shows lots of potential, has found a wonderful & loving home with Dawn & David Walton. The Walton’s wanted their young daughter, Lily, to be raised with horses. Mocha has been adopted with her best friend, Sugar. We will be watching to see Lily & Mocha in the show circuits several years from now! Adopted December, 2006.

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Sugar

Sorrel & white tobiano Paint filly, foaled 2005. Sugar is an adorable yearling, whose dam is a Registered Paint PMU mare. Dawn Walton of Tucson, AZ, fell in love with Sugar upon first sight. She & husband, David, were looking to adopt 2 horses to complete their family. They wanted their daughter, Lily, to be raised with horses. They found the perfect pair in Sugar & Mocha (Sugar’s best friend.) Adopted December, 2006.

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Angel

Angel’s first time being saddled. Angel is doing great, see photos. Gary Fromm and his colt, Angel.

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Munchkin

Munchkin is a beautiful and sensitive Pony Skin Foal. Shy and sweet, she is now safe and becoming more secure and adventurous each day. She and Coyote are the best of friends. She was sponsored for 2 years by her “parents” Kim and Frank Bland, until her recent adoption by Phil & Killeen Aken of Tucson, who immediately fell in love with her, and with whom she will have a wonderful home, along with the continued companionship of Coyote. Adopted December, 2006.

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Coyote

Coyote is a glorious and beautiful Pony Skin Foal. She and Munchkin are inseparable best friends. So tiny when she came here, she grew strong and more beautiful each day. She was sponsored by her “parents” Kim and Frank Bland, along with Munchkin for 2 years. Coyote just recently found a home to call her own, along with her best friend, Munchkin. She has been adopted into a caring & wonderful home in Tucson with Phil & Killeen Aken, with whom it was “love at first sight.” For her sponsor, Kim Bland, her adoption is both joyous and poignant. Adopted December, 2006.

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Yearling buckskin colt

Two beautiful yearling buckskin colts- saved from a feedlot in Canada, a Premarin Industry by-product. ADOPTED – 2005

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Yearling buckskin colt

Two beautiful yearling buckskin colts- saved from a feedlot in Canada, a Premarin Industry by-product. ADOPTED – 2005

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Max

Max is a beautiful Appaloosa who was adopted in 2005.

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Roan Filly

Yearling saved from a feedlot in Canada. Sweet and gorgeous. ADOPTED – 2005

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Bay Paint Yearling

PMU Feedlot colt. Beautiful and sweet. Needs a good home! ADOPTED – 2005

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Gorgeous Bay Paint

Gelded 2 year old Premarin By-Product foal in desperate need of a good home. ADOPTED – 2005

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Jesse Bear

Jesse Bear is a nine year old AQHA Chestnut mare who came to Equine Voices from a Canadian Premarin farm. She was bred to an APHA Tobiano Stallion. She is a wonderful caregiver. Jesse Bear has a great disposition. She is somewhat shy but has really come around since being at Equine Voices, she allowed us to trim her feet. She moves with a quiet elegance that belies her gentle spirit. Jesse Bear is halter trained and is excited about coming home with a family or a special friend. ADOPTED – 6/1/2005

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Elle D

Jesse Bear’s foal was born in May of 2005 at Equine Voices. She is a beautiful paint named Elle D. ADOPTED – 6/1/2005

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Missouri

Missouri is a seven year old APHA Sorrel Overo mare who came to Equine Voices from a Canadian Premarin farm. She has blue eyes. She has become more comfortable with human contact while residing at Equine Voices. She has been halter trained. Missouri is a lead mare. She is interested in a relationship with a family or a special person. ADOPTED – 2005

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Sioux

Missouri’s foal was born in May, 2005 at Equine Voices, our first! Her name is Sioux. She is a little doll. She is inquisitive and very precocious. She has been a favorite at the ranch. ADOPTED – 2005

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Scampi

Scampi is an eight year old AQHA Chestnut mare who came to Equine Voices from a Canadian Premarin farm. She was bred to an APHA Bay Tobiano Stallion. Scampi has made excellent strides since coming to live at Equine Voices. She has a wonderful personality. She really enjoys being brushed and loved on. She is social and gets along well with the other horses at Equine Voices. She is halter trained. Scampi is a great horse for a family, with other animals for companionship. ADOPTED – 2005

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Lightning

Scampi’s foal was born in May, 2005. Her name is Lightning. Her name fits her well, as her blaze resembles a lightning bolt. She races around her paddock, full of herself. She is a real sweet. ADOPTED – 2005

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Luna

Luna is a three year old mare who came to Equine Voices from a Canadian Premarin farm. She has been bred to a beautiful, Palomino Stallion, but it is not known if she is pregnant given her age. She is a dainty young lady with a sweet disposition. She has been receptive to handling while at Equine Voices and is eager to have contact with staff. She loves attention and is halter trained. She is an ideal horse for a family, with other animals for companionship. ADOPTED – 6/1/2005

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Marlo

Marlo is a ten year old draft cross mare who came to Equine Voices in February from a Canadian Premarin farm. Marlo is an exquisite beauty, exotic and mysterious. While at Equine Voices, she has demonstrated the characteristics of a nurturing caregiver to young horses. Her eyes tell her story, cautious, yet loving. Marlo now has a loving, permanet home. ADOPTED – 2005

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Nala

Nala, an older mare found in the desert, was truly lucky to find Jolene and a new home in Prescott. Nala, is now living with Clay, an older gelding and wonderful companion. The two are a match made in heaven.

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Mikah and Whisper

Mikah and Whisper in their new home.

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Binx in training

Binx, formerly known as Cowboy, was adopted to Neale Duncan after he was rescued from a PMU farm in Manitoba, Canada. A few years later, he is thriving in his new home.

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Dominic

Age: 10 and younger    Gender: Jack    

Dominic was rescued last July when 71 burros were at risk of being shot. Equine Voices mobilized a group of concerned individuals and other rescue organizations and assisted in saving each and every burro. Equine Voices took seventeen, and found homes for all but four.  Dominic resides at the sanctuary and is looking for someone to adopt or sponsor him.

Sponsor Dominic for $30/month


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Paloma

Age: 10 and younger    Gender: Jenny    

Paloma was rescued last July when 71 burros were at risk of being shot. Equine Voices mobilized a group of concerned individuals and other rescue organizations and assisted in saving each and every burro. Equine Voices took seventeen, and found homes for all but four.  Paloma resides at the sanctuary and is looking for someone to adopt or sponsor her. 

Sponsor Paloma for $30/month


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Bindy Sue

Age: 10 and younger    Gender: Jenny    

Bindy Sue was rescued last July when 71 burros were at risk of being shot. Equine Voices mobilized a group of concerned individuals and other rescue organizations and assisted in saving each and every burro. Equine Voices took seventeen, and found homes for all but four.  Bindy Sue resides at the sanctuary and is looking for someone to adopt or sponsor her. 

Sponsor Bindy Sue for $30/month


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Shikobah

Age: 10 and younger    Gender: Colt    

Shikobah came to us with three other orphaned Navajo foals in December of 2013. Equine Voices helped bring them to safety after their mothers were rounded up and sent to slaughter. Shikobah is approximately one year old.

Sponsor Shikobah for $50/month


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Dakotah

Age: 10 and younger    Gender: Gelding    

Dakotah came to us with three other orphaned Navajo foals in December of 2013. Equine Voices helped bring them to safety after their mothers were rounded up and sent to slaughter. Dakotah is approximately one year old.

He has had some ground training, leads, and is being trained to load, stand for trimming. Dakotah is looking for a sponsor to help with his care.

Sponsor Dakotah for $50/month


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Skye

Age: 10 and younger    Gender: Gelding    

Adoption Pending

Skye is a beautiful Percheron cross-paint gelding. He was born at Equine Voices in 2007 to his mother Tatiana who was rescued from a PMU farm in Canada. Skye was adopted to a nice family shortly thereafter, but due to the economy he has since been returned to Equine Voices.  Skye is looking for a sponsor  to help with his care until his forever home is found.

Sponsor Skye for $50/month


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Kona

Age: 10 and younger    Gender: Jenny    

Kona is one of 71 burros Equine Voices helped save in July of 2013. Kona is a wild burro, rounded up by BLM, and was in danger of being shot.

She is still wild, and on December 18, 2013 she gave birth to her son Sunrise. At this time, Kona and Sunrise are still together.

Sponsor Kona for $30/month


Adopt Kona
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Catori

Age: 10 and younger    Gender: Filly    

Catori came to us with three other orphaned Navajo foals in December of 2013. Equine Voices helped bring them to safety after their mothers were rounded up and sent to slaughter. Catori is approximately one year old.

Sponsor Catori for $50/month
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Pirate

Age: Over 20    

Sponsor Pirate for $50/month
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Taylor

Age: Ages 11 to 20    Gender: Mare    

Sponsor Taylor for $50/month
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Smokey Joe

With a heavy and open heart, WE wanted to share with all of you that on Tuesday June 10th, Smokey Joe was once again set free. Smokey Joe was a free and wild mustang who in his younger days lived on the open range. He was captured by the BLM and sentenced to life in captivity. In his later years, Smokey Joe was starved and neglected, until he came to Equine Voices. Smokey Joe touched many. His gentle spirit and sweet soul had five years of love, daily walks, special supplements, and most of all, all the care he required. Smokey Joe is now running free with all those beautiful equines who shared the sacred space of the sanctuary and all of his mustang friends who also once ran free. Smokey, you will be missed, we love you!

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Spirit

Age: Ages 11 to 20    Gender: Gelding    

Sponsor Spirit for $50/month
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Spanky

Age: 10 and younger    Gender: Gelding    

Sponsor Spanky for $50/month
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Deuce

Age: 10 and younger    Gender: Gelding    

Sponsor Deuce for $50/month
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Bella Luna

Age: 10 and younger    Gender: Mare    

Sponsor Bella Luna for $50/month
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Gulliver

Age: Ages 11 to 20    Gender: Gelding    

Sponsor Gulliver for $50/month
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Blue

Age: 10 and younger    

Blue was rescued by Equine Voices in 2005.  In 2013, due to the economy and loss of jobs, Blue
was returned with her mother Blue. At the age of seven, Blue is looking for that perfect forever home.
In the meantime, won’t you consider sponsoring this beautiful blue roan? 

Sponsor Blue for $50/month


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Tubac

Age: Ages 11 to 20    

Tubac was rescued by Equine Voices in 2005 and adopted out shortly after with her daughter Blue.
In 2013, due to the economy and the loss of jobs, Tubac was returned with her daughter Blue to the 
sanctuary. At the age of fifteen, Blue is again available for adoption. In the meantime, won’t you consider
sponsoring her?

Sponsor Tubac for $50/month


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Ziggy

Age: Ages 11 to 20    

Ziggy is a former PMU mare who arrived at the sanctuary in 2005. Ziggy is sweet, gets along well with other horses, and is looking for a good home with lots of love and attention. Ziggy and Sela are great friends and if possible, are looking for a home together.

Sponsor Ziggy for $50/month


Adopt Ziggy
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Wyatt

Age: 10 and younger    

Wyatt was born at Equine Voices in 2008 after his mother, Mystic was rescued from slaughter. Wyatt was adopted, and due to financial reasons Equine Voices returned him to the sanctuary. Wyatt is not only beautiful, but he is sweet, gets along well with other horses, picks up his feet, leads, loads and with some training will make someone a wonderful riding horse.

Sponsor Wyatt for $50/month


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Tomahawk aka “Tommie”

Tommie passed away in the night on February 8, 2015. This sweet mare who was used, abused and then starved, was one of our special needs horses and one of the volunteer favorites. Her last weeks were spent with her love Teddy, along with I llusion and Bobbi Soxs. Although Tommie was reluctant to let people brush her, she allowed it anyway.

Tommie was one of the bravest souls here. She will be terribly missed. Rest in peace dear Tommie.

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Sela

Age: Ages 11 to 20    

Sponsor Sela for $50/month


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Sunshine

Age: Over 20    

Sponsor Sunshine for $50/month


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Bobby Sox

Age: 10 and younger    

Bobby Sox is a beautiful red roan quarter horse who was rescued from a feedlot in Canada. She has been ridden under saddle, leads, loads, and picks up her feet. Bobbi Sox tends to be dominant with other horses, but is great with people. Bobby Sox is a very sensitive horse that would need an experienced, compassionate person that understands her.

Sponsor Bobby Sox for $50/month


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Solo Vino

Age: Ages 11 to 20    Gender: Gelding    

Solo Vino is a 13 year old beautiful bay gelding, who is sweet and gets along well with other horses. Solo Vino is available for sponsorship or adoption as a companion horse only, due to a case of ringbone.

Sponsor Solo Vino for $50/month


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Diamond Rio

Age: Ages 11 to 20    Gender: Gelding    

Diamond Rio came to Equine Voices after he was found in the desert. He was used in the illegal drug trade and was caught in crossfire.

His injuries are permanent, and cannot be ridden. Diamond Rio is approximately 12 years old and would make a wonderful companion horse.

Sponsor Diamond Rio for $50/month


Adopt Diamond Rio
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Gracie

Age: Ages 11 to 20    

Gracie was rescued by Equine Voices in 2007. This beautiful Clydesdale cross is 14 years old. Gracie is shy and is submissive to other herd members. She is sweet, loves to be groomed, leads, loads and picks up her feet. Gracie has never been ridden, but could be trained to ride and/or would make a wonderful companion horse.

Sponsor Gracie for $50/month


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Maya

Age: Ages 11 to 20    Gender: Mare    

Maya is a beautiful buckskin former PMU mare who was adopted in 2009. She was pregnant at the time and has since had her filly Annabella. Maya was returned due to lack of proper care. Maya is sweet, and lives with the other group of mares at the sanctuary. Maya has not been trained to ride, but would make a wonderful companion horse for the right person.

Sponsor Maya for $50/month


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Mystic

Age: Ages 11 to 20    Gender: Mare    

Mystic is a gorgeous percheron cross former PMU mare. She is the leader of her herd, but is kind and smart. Mystic arrived at Equine Voices in 2006 with a load of thirty five mares and foals saved from an out of business PMU farm and slaughter. Mystic has had little training, but is willing to please. Due to her history, Mystic needs an experienced person in her life.

Sponsor Mystic for $50/month


Adopt Mystic
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Joy

Age: 10 and younger    Gender: Mare    

Joy was born at Equine Voices in 2005 after her mother Little Miss was rescued from an auction in Texas. Joy is gorgeous! She is sweet, gets along well with other horses, has had little training, but is a willing participant.

Sponsor Joy for $50/month


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Little Miss

On December 29, 2014 we assisted Little Miss’s on her journey to greener pastures.

Little Miss was rescued by Equine Voices in the fall of 2004 from an auction house in Texas. She was delivered to auction from Manitoba, Canada, and was pregnant with Joy, whom she delivered the following spring. This was a very difficult decision we had to make after we witnessed Little Miss having trouble getting up. Her body has endured so much in the last six months, and as we know, her breathing, coughing, and high temperatures have not improved. Little Miss will always hold a very, very special place in our hearts and souls. She is now free from her suffering. A heartfelt thank you for those of you who helped Little Miss during this time. I know she was grateful, as am I.

Little Miss,
Rest in Peace….

With love, Karen

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Illusion

Age: Ages 11 to 20    Gender: Mare    

Illusion is a beautiful dun with one blue eye. Illusion was found in the desert in 2010 and was then released to Equine Voices. Illusion suffers from some arthritis, and has some trust issues. She would do well with one person who she can trust and who will take the time to truly understand her. Illusion has come a long way since her arrival, but would need someone who understands the nature of horses.

Sponsor Illusion for $50/month


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Helen

Age: Ages 11 to 20    

Helen is a former Premarin mare and spent most of her life in the pee-line harvesting urine for the drug Premarin. Helen was rescued by Equine Voices in 2007. This sweet 16 year old draft cross mare would make a nice companion horse as she gets along well with other horses.

Helen leads, loads and picks up her feet. Helen would need an experienced person to adopt her.

Sponsor Helen for $50/month


Adopt Helen
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Chance

Age: Over 20    

Chance is a beautiful Dunn colored quarter horse mare. Chance is 22 years old, gets along well with other horses, leads, loads and picks up her feet. Chance spent most of her life on a Premarin farm. Chance would make a wonderful companion horse.

Sponsor Chance for $50/month


Adopt Chance
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Blaze

Age: 10 and younger    

Blaze was rescued from Livestock after he was found wandering in a local neighborhood lawn. Blaze is approximately 13.1 hands and is approximately 4 years old. Blaze can be somewhat dominant, but lives in a herd environment and gets along well with his herd.

Blaze picks up his feet, leads and loves to be groomed. He would need additional training in order to be ridden.

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Sponsor Blaze for $50/month


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Magic

Age: 10 and younger    Gender: Colt    

Magic is a gorgeous 2 1/2 year old sorrel quarter horse colt. He as well had foundation training with Anna Twinney and learned to halter, lead and pick up his feet. Magic gets along well with other horses and is a sweetheart. Magic would need an experienced person to adopt him. We would like to see Magic adopted with Noel.

Sponsor Magic for $50/month


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Noel

Age: 10 and younger    Gender: Colt    

Noel is a gorgeous 2 1/2 year old sorrel quarter horse colt. He as well had foundation training with Anna Twinney and learned to halter, lead and pick up his feet. Noel gets along well with other horses and is a sweetheart. Noel would need an experienced person to adopt him. We would like to see Noel adopted with Magic.

Sponsor Noel for $50/month


Adopt Noel
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Annabella

Gender: Mare    Weight: 1400 lbs     Height: 16 hands    

Annabella is a beautiful 6 year old draft cross mare. Annabella has had little training, but does pick up her feet, leads, loves to be groomed and loads. Annabella needs more training, but with the proper training she will make a wonderful trail riding horse.

Sponsor Annabella for $50/month


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Angelina

Age: Ages 11 to 20    Gender: Mare    

Angelina is a beautiful Percheron-Quarter Horse Cross who was rescued from a Premarin farm in 2007. Angelina is 16 years old.

She is sweet, gets along well with other horses and has had little ground training.  Angelina leads, loads, picks up her feet, loves being groomed and is great with people.

Sponsor Angelina for $50/month


Adopt Angelina
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Toby

Age: Ages 11 to 20    

Toby is an 18 year old registered paint gelding. Very sweet, needs handling and has been ridden.

Sponsor Toby for $50/month


Adopt Toby
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Tucker

Age: Over 20    

Tucker was rescued on May 13, 2012 from a woman who saved him from starvation. Tucker is an older gentleman at approximately the age of 35, he is retired and is being fostered. Won’t you consider sponsoring Tucker and help with his special needs?

Sponsor Tucker for $50/month
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Delta

Age: 10 and younger    

Delta is a beautiful Arabian cross bay mare. Delta is approximately 8 years old and was rescued from a local rancher that was going to send her to an auction. She and her son Dreamcatcher came to Equine Voices after we were notified that they needed help. Delta is very friendly; she loves people and gets along well with other horses. Delta and her son Dreamcatcher can be adopted together or individually.

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Sponsor Delta for $50/month


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