Tuesday, May 24, 2016

Amazing Grace Update 5/22/2016

Amazing Grace May 2, 2016.

Amazing Grace after two months of food and love. May 20, 2016

Grace is now starting to show signs of a healthy coat.  Grace is now a different horse, she has life and gusto.  The horses know where Grace's food is and Grace does too.  Grace's special area is her own little private space and Grace has no problem letting them all know they aren't invited to share her food.

A special thanks to all that contributed a donation to her special food and those of you that have come to care for her.  A success story is in the making.  White Rock Horse Rescue thanks you.

Flying F Ranch, John and Natalie Buchanan, showed a special interest in Grace due to their own experience with a rescue horse. They provided special food with instructions how to feed Grace, gave us a good start on a program for a starved horse.  Everyone can benefit from others information.  Thanks John and Natalie.

Monday, May 2, 2016

Please Sponsor "Amazing Grace" to help with her Injury 5/2/2016

White Rock Horse Rescue is so glad someone called to help "Amazing Grace",  which Jan named, .  A call was made to WRR about a mare that just had a baby and lost it.  The mare was in bad condition but the people didn't have the funds to help her.  After Isabel talked with  Michele, Jan, Chuck, and Lori they immediately made arrangements to pick her up without any questions that same day.

It was worse than they expected but they never turned back.  Grace came home to White Rock Ranch Horse Rescue (Jan's House) and Dr. Petrus was called for an appointment to see her condition..

Dr. Petrus said to give her love, SMZs, food and exercise.  So since we picked her up, she has been fed 24/7, given her medication and love.  Grace roams around WRR now in a small area.

White Rock Horse Rescue will continue with her care. If you would like to donate for her medical care and special food, please know it will be appreciated.  Grace will be a continuing love story.
Grace at her previous home

Leg injury which is now being treated by Dr. Petrus

Grace from the back


Grace being feed

Jan couldn't believe her eyes



Grace arrived on 4/29/2016  at her sponsored home, Jan's, and the first thing....EAT

Jan and Grace 2 days later.

National Help A Horse Week Event A Success! Thanks to YOU

As the wind came rushing by Saturday, April 23, 2016, on our National Help a Horse Day Event started and everyone held their breath.  What will WRR do if the winds at 19 miles an hour continue? When you are a horse lover, wind doesn't stop you......Over 100 people attended. The answer was....Go Forward....and White Rock Rescue Volunteers did just that.

Dr. Petrus gave a wonder seminar on Leg Injuries and demonstrated using two horses from WRR.  Smokie and Cassy.  Each horse was a candidate for straight or overused legs. Dr. Petrus offered Horse Emergtency Kits to individuals who felt they needed them which included pain medication if needed.  The Kits costs $75 and are available through Dr. Petrus.









Smokin Like Hail, Dr. Petrus and Morgan


Then the arena was filled with Rescue horses and their Sponsors.  This event was to invite the community to see the different riding skills of each individual and the horse they picked for a relationship.  This is designed as an example of what levels each horse and rider have.  Amazing is all anyone could say.

Royal and Chantele

Lauren Larson, Deliahla, and Pumpkin (who has found a forever home)

Levi and Roca
Pat and Max (27 yrs old.)


Kylie and Spirit


Lauren Chen and Bubba
Jazzi and Lauren Chen

Levi and Roca and Dee (his mother)

Liberty and Smokin

The Crowd went wild.

Mackenzie and Mo


Madison and Danny, Jenna and Spirit


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Rene from Cush Corner Alpacas gave a seminar on Alpacas for a  Business or pleasure.  WRR has two alpacas and this seminar was greatly appreciated.





Good food, games, were the remainder of the day with Chicken Races, Painting Bird Houses, Ring Toss, but A HIGHLIGHT of the day the the Karaoke Sponsored and Donated by Dave Wheaton and Lito Oliveros.





In Memory of William James Harvey

n lieu of Flowers, Lisa, his daughter, requested individuals to send a donation to White Rock Horse Rescue.  White Rock Horse Rescue is a sanctuary for horses and William Harvey was an avid horse lover.  White Rock Horse Rescue appreciates this generous gift.

 Donations:
Pamela Gutierrez
Victoria Lahners

Monday, April 25, 2016

What Does Applejack say to Carol everyday?

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Applejack was born at White Rock Horse Rescue which was a surprise to Carol.  Carol, Villa Administrator, took care of Applejack and his mother, until now Applejack is over 1 year old.  But what does Applejack say to Carol every morning?

Friday, April 22, 2016

Saturday April 23, 2016 National Help A Horse Week Event

National Help a Horse Week Event at White Rock Horse Rescue  is being held on Saturday, April 23, 2016 from 10:00 - 3:00.   Beginning with a Seminar by Dr. Petrus on  Horse Leg Issues.   Then Riding Demo with Rescue Horses and Sponsors.  Renee , Cush Corner Alpacas, will speak at 12:00 on Alpaca Care.  Games include Bean Toss, Chicken Races, /Ring Toss, and Painting Bird Houses.  Food includes: Chili and Cheese Chips, Corn Dogs, Drinks.,

Saturday, April 9, 2016

Shelby and Jaelynn working together 4/9/2016

Shelby the Mustang

Shelby is a 12 year old mare that was adopted from the BLM. She has had numerous owners which have given her many bad riding habits, except for the last owner, Robin, who gave her love, affection, respect, and training. Robin needed to find a home and was very honest about her rearing, spinning and bolting. Robin found her another home, and within 4 weeks, Shelby was back home with her... it just didn't work. Robin then called the White Rock Horse Rescue to ask them if they would take her and help her find the right relationship and home.
Jaelynn and Shelby, with no "buttons"


Shelby arrived at WRR in 2015, a beautiful red roan mustang. To look at her you wouldn't know she was capable of being afraid. WRR started working with her to find her "buttons" so we could rehabilitate her. The first project was for Jaelynn, one of our expirenced riders, to walk shelby around in the round pen. She rode Shelby bareback and in a bareback pad with a side pull. Of course Jaelynn wore a helmet for safety. WRR is now aware of Shelby's "buttons."



First rear

Second rear

Second rear... Part two

Trying to break an egg on Shelby's head.
Jaelynn attempting to break the egg on Shelby's head
The egg didn't work



Jaelynn and Shelby, a successful ride





Tuesday, March 15, 2016

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