Cricket

Poppyseed was adopted from the Whatcom County Humane Society early 2014 after being rescued from extreme neglect with a herd of other appaloosas. She had a foal with her who also was adopted shortly after we brought Poppy home. Not long after getting settled in her new home she surprised us with a beautiful, healthy foal. When we adopted Poppy she seemed dreary and "old" for such a young horse, but since she has been here she has blossomed into a sweet, gorgeous girl who is full of life and personality. Poppy is currently in training.

Poppyseed

Whatcom County Humane Society

http://whatcomhumane.org

farm@whatcomhumane.org

(360) 733-2080


Skagit Animals in Need (SAIN)

http://www.skagitanimalsinneed.org

adoptions@skagitanimalsinneed.org


​BLM Wild Horse and Burro Program

http://www.blm.gov/wo/st/en/prog/whbprogram.html

director@blm.gov



 


Local Rescues/Adoption Centers

Our Adoption Stories

Our family has been able to experience the joy and the blessing that comes from giving a horse a second chance through adopting both rescues and mustangs, and watching them transform into something new in a loving home. If you are currently looking for a horse and feel like adoption would be a good choice for you we would love the opportunity to connect you to a rescue in our area. 

Rescuing Horses • Restoring Hope •Renewing Hearts

Harley was born May 4th, 2014 to Poppy. Completely unexpected, he was a total surprise when I found him in the floor of her stall that morning before church. Amazingly, the birth seemed to have happened without issues and he was totally healthy. Our miracle boy has been keeping our lives interesting since day one with all of his antics and personality. Harley spends his days hanging out with the other mares. He knows all of his basic manners and when he is old enough will start his training.  

Cricket (previously known as Deja) is a 14.2hh Morgan/Arab cross. She was adopted in the fall of 2014 from SAIN. Her story is similar to Poppy's in that she was rescued from an extremely neglectful situation. Her and her baby (who is currently available for adoption) were found in horrible conditions, incredibly malnourished and sickly. After SAIN brought them both back to health we went to see her and fell in love with her, quirks and all. Cricket is trained in English disciplines, but also does great during laid back rides around the property with her buddy Candy. 

Harley