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Two horses from Swingin’ D Horse Rescue find their perfect matches after long wait.
New diagnosis may be the key to everything Swingin’ D Horse Rescue has some good news and some bad news about our precious Anastasia. The latest twist in the Missouri Fox Trotter’s long and painful journey may wind up being the answer to all our questions. Donors saved Ani from slaughter 17 months ago. She […]
Yellowstone takes a stand on horse slaughter, whether they meant to or not.
God proved He’s listening once again, this time answering prayers for Anastasia, a beautiful horse we saved from slaughter 18 months ago. Notice the title of this blog didn’t pose the question, “Does prayer work?” That ship sailed for me years ago. Baffled recently by several consecutive days of Anastasia‘s miraculous healing, where she didn’t […]
There is a time for everything under the heavens. Today, as we watched The Ghosts leave for their new home, we felt all the feelings at once.
Choco cheated a cruel and inhumane slaughter to make the world a better place, one soul at a time.
If everyone could own a horse, the world would be a much happier place. But we’ve seen firsthand, not everyone should own a horse. That’s why we never sell them.
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Rolling in the… There are people who make a comfortable living in the horse rescue industry. They collect enough donations to pay substantial salaries, buy expensive vehicles, and provide perks that many people can only imagine. Horse rescue is a noble venture that takes back-breaking effort; so, good for them for figuring out how to […]
After a year and approximately $9,000, Anastasia has journeyed from slaughter to sanctuary… and Happily Ever After is closer than ever. Generous donors saved the stunning registered Missouri Fox Trotter from an Oklahoma kill pen in March 2019 and asked if Swingin’ D Horse Rescue could provide sanctuary. She was so profoundly lame, we were […]