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Retired Horses – Need Sponsors!

CHIQUITA

Chiquita is not old, but her polo career was cut short by Navicular disease. She is enjoying early retirement with her handsome buckskin friend at the farm we use for our retirees in  eastern Washington state.


Contributions toward Chiquita’s retirement care are greatly appreciated!

Fuzzy Chiquita – March 2014



Or commit to a monthly donation to help support Chiquita! Paypal will automatically deduct this money on a monthly basis from your default bank account, and we will send you a formal receipt at the end of the year for your taxes.


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MONTY

Monty came into our program as an adoptable horse, but began stumbling. After he fell under saddle, a veterinary exam showed that no real problem exists – he is just old, creaky, and does not always watch where he puts his feet, so we cannot consider him safe to ride anymore. He will stay in our program as a retiree and would love to have a sponsor!

Monty absolutely loves kids!

Monty loving life in Washington - March 2014

Monty loving life in Washington – March 2014

Contributions toward Monty’s retirement care are greatly appreciated!



Or commit to a monthly donation to help support Monty! Paypal will automatically deduct this money on a monthly basis from your default bank account, and we will send you a formal receipt at the end of the year for your taxes.


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CABO

Cabo is a great example of a horse who needs our help! He is about 18 years old, per our veterinarian, and played a lot of great polo in his day, but became unpredictable toward the end of his career. He would lock up under saddle and then take off bucking, and on one memorable occasion, flipped himself backwards over a three board wooden fence – with a rider. Fortunately neither of them were seriously injured. Cabo’s polo owner actually was a good person who spent money on vet, supplements and even an animal communicator in an attempt to learn what was bothering Cabo, but nothing was successful. We believe Cabo has an undiagnosed physical problem that makes riding painful and scary for him. He is a sweetheart on the ground and we look forward to providing him with the retirement he has earned!

Happy Cabo in Washington (on left) with his buddy Bambam!

Happy Cabo in Washington (on left) with his buddy Bambam!

Contributions toward Cabo’s retirement care are greatly appreciated!



Or commit to a monthly donation to help support Cabo! Paypal will automatically deduct this money on a monthly basis from your default bank account, and we will send you a formal receipt at the end of the year for your taxes.


Monthly Donations




Can you donate to help these deserving older horses live in comfort for the rest of their lives? You will always see recent pictures of them here and on our Facebook page – so you know your money is actually going to keep them happy and fat!We are always happy to help owners find affordable retirement options for ponies like these – e-mail us and tell us what you need!Do you have a retired polo pony you’d like to place?  E-mail us – we’d be happy to provide a courtesy listing for you on our site, and assist you with screening potential adopters.

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