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"Horses make a landscape more beautiful."  by Lame Deer, Lakota Shaman



The Pasture Pals are wonderful horses that just cannot be ridden.  They need loving homes, too. 
There are no placement fees for Pasture Pals.   We ask only for a donation.



CLICK HERE for 'Application of Placement for Equine'.

Hopi, 28-year-old registered American Quarter Horse mare.  Former halter horse & brood mare.  Not trained to ride.  Good health.  Half-sister to Sunrise.

Click on the photo to learn more about Hopi.

Wind Dancer,   22-year-old Tennessee Walking Horse mare.  Starved & Abandoned.  Hock injury.  Recovering from EPM.
Rescued July 15, 2012.

Click on the photo to learn more about Wind Dancer.

Red Cloud, 26-year-old Quarter Horse mare.

Click on the photo to learn more about Red Cloud.

Sahara,  23-year-old Arabian mare.  Weak tendons & joints.  Excellent ground manners. 

Click on the photo to learn more about Sahara.

Sunrise, 27-year-old registered American Quarter Horse mare.  Former halter horse & brood mare.  Very sweet personality.  Half-sister to Hopi.
Rescued January 15, 2011.

Click on the photo to learn more about Sunrise.

 

Teton, 22-year-old Thoroughbred gelding.  17 hands.  Old neck &
wither injuries that prevent him being ridden. 

 
Beau, Rescued August 19 2013.  Shetland Pony gelding. 
25-years old.  Underweight.
Beau has a new home with a small pony and a miniature
donkey.   
 Click on the photo to learn more about the Beau.

Salida,  Quarter Horse mare.  Possible DSLD.

Click on the photo to learn more about Salida.

Santa Fe,  20-year-old Quarter Horse gelding   Blind in one eye.  Injured rear leg. 

Click on the photo to learn more about Santa Fe.

Santa Fe has a wonderful new home after more than eight years at the sanctuary! 

Sweet Pea, 23-year-old Paso Fino mare.  Returned to HPS January 2012 with laminitis.
Sweet Pea is fully recovered from the laminitis.

Click on the photo to learn more about Sweet Pea.

Important Note:  Once you log into your Paypal account to donate, please look for where it says "Donation intent" and click on the "+" sign.   In this space, please make a note of where we should apply your much appreciated donation! 

Horse Protection Society
2135 Miller Road, China Grove NC 28023
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