Suki is one very lucky girl. She and four other abandoned horses, including a foal, were rescued from a vacant field in the infamous 8.5/East Everglades on Thursday, May 18, 2017. We are grateful for the anonymous caller who found them and reported them to us – had they been left any longer they would not have survived. (For media coverage, click here.)
This pretty filly will be in quarantine for 21 days with the others, and if unclaimed after 30 days, she will be available for adoption. Please check back for progress notes and photos, and consider donating to help with her care.
7/18/17 UPDATE: Such a flashy young lady! It’s been exactly 2 months since we rescued Suki, along with Navel Air, Willow, Morgan & Flirt. Suki was difficult to catch and didn’t lead well at all, now she’s leading much better. Overall, groundwork is going well with her, and we note it’s highly unlikely she had been started under saddle. We’ll continue on this positive path with Suki, and will post another update soon. Please check back!
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