We wanted to share this article our volunteer Pam found online. It’s a great story about finding that one horse who changes your life… Except that horse can’t be ridden. So often we hear about the horses who fly higher, run faster or ride harder as being those horses. But
Hear our interview on Ted and Amy!
We had a visit this week from our favorite farrier Scott! He brought his assistant, basset hound Molly, along for the adventure, so she got to meet everyone’s favorite mini donkey Fernando. We aren’t sure if Molly has ever met a donkey nearly her size before-it was so interesting! Farrier
Thanks to everyone who came out to the Sunshine Open House this past Saturday 6/17. We raised more than $5,500, our most successful open house yet, and took another step towards our goal of purchasing a farm of our own. Check out videos of adoptable horses Z and Russ showing
Advocate Hanover is a lightly raced 14.3 hand, 9 year old mare. Sound and sweet, Ready to start her new career with a loving family or individual. Will be started under saddle soon.
We are so excited to have Big Red’s Equine Dentistry back at our open house this year! She will be doing demonstrations of teeth floating on several of our horses who need it. While a dental float and exam are yearly maintenance for your horse (It is something that can
Jacob Bano choose Sunshine Horses as his Eagle Scout community service project. He showed up with a crew of 15+ people Saturday morning to complete the project. The goal of the project was to even out the mats and bedding in our dirtiest stalls. Some of our horses excel at
Townie Guy (now Tony) is on the left in the purple halter and Ephraim (Elf) is on the right in the green halter love being barn buddies. Elf is the perfect example of how adaptable Standardbreds really are. Before he came to Sunshine he was a racehorse and an Amish