Our Rescue of Misfits II


Peggy SueThis is how our day started on Friday. Peggy Sue was down on her bad side and couldn’t get up. When this happens, Peggy Sue doesn’t panic – she just lays there and waits for us to help her. We roll her over and she usually rests for a few minutes and then gets up on her own and runs off. She can’t bend her back leg – it’s stiff – much like a peg leg.


Peggy Sue IIBefore Peggy Sue came to us, she was giving birth and her humans tried to pull her baby out. Peggy Sue’s pelvis fractured in three places. She’s a happy little mare that rules the others and she reminds them of that often. We have to put her in a sling to have her feet done, but she doesn’t mind at all.


Peggy Sue IIIPeggy Sue is a prime example of why we insist that there is a human on the farm at all times.

We are the “rescue of misfits” but that’s perfectly fine with us – they are all deserving and precious.

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Aaleyah_s infamous tongueAaleyah Belle’s infamous tongue.


Dr. McDreamy_ Cricket and BillyCricket and Billy continue to improve each day. Dr. Mangan (DVM, DACVO) from AVS in Gainesville checked out their eyes and all is good! Cricket’s old eyelid injury is doing great! Dr. Mangan has been part of our awesome care team for years – even before he went to AVS – when he worked at UF. You can learn more about him by clicking here.


Dr_ Specht and WaylonDr. Specht was also at the farm last week to examine Waylon.


Lucy and CaryLouCaryLou and Lucy sporting their new fly masks!


Beauty Please Vote IIPlease remember to cast your daily vote in the Eagle Rare Life contest and please share amongst family and friends as well. Just click on this link or the photo of Beauty and cast your vote.

“Life is about determination. Don’t give up just because of the obstacles. Regardless of what obstacles face you, just keep going! Go through, go around, or go over – but never give up!”


Beauty’s Haven Farm & Equine Rescue Inc. is a 501(c)(3) grassroots Non-Profit Organization registered in the state of Florida (EIN: 20-4783950).  We are not funded by Local, State, or Federal funds. We operate totally from donations from the public. Please consider making a one time or recurring donation to help the horses. No amount is too small and all donations are very much appreciated. Donations are tax deductible.

Beauty’s Haven was awarded Verified status by the Global Federation of Animal Sanctuaries (GFAS) in 2012. GFAS is the only globally recognized organization that provides standards for identifying legitimate animal sanctuaries.  Awarded November 2014 Equine Hero and 2017 Eagle Rare Life Award for Heroism.  A Guidestar Exchange Silver Participant and a GreatNonprofits Top Rated Non-Profit in 2014, 2015, 2016 and 2017.

Author: bhfer@earthlink.net

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