Healing is a matter of time, but it is sometimes also a matter of opportunity.
Many times, a horse may come in with an injury, emaciated, with neglected hooves, or simply unhandled and scared. Horses that are recovering find themselves in rehab.
In RehabPasture Pal
Leeza (Sheza Music Star)
14 year old Paint Mare
Leeza has returned from her long-time adoption due to behavior changes. First adopted in 2012, she has been recommended to be only good for small children due to an undefined back issue. She recently became mean to another horse and due to that has been returned. We will be doing some medical checks to see if we can find out a reason but she is available as a Pasture Pal/Companion placement at this time.
18 year old Quarter Horse Mare
Lacey came to GSH as part of a large seizure of horses from Kingsbury County, South Dakota. She is bred for a summer 2019 foal and will be available for adoption once confirmed or at weaning (potentially available earlier with her foal if bred). Potential registered name Gents Lacy Rocket.
12 year old Quarter Horse Stallion
Albert came to GSH as part of a large seizure of horses from Kingsbury County, South Dakota. He has a long-term injury to his leg that may require surgery, but should not affect his future soundness. He will be available for adoption once healed and gelded. Note: he does not have a large star, he had a scrape that was being treated in this photo.