Gidget is a yearling hackney pony saved from the Cranbury Auction in NJ. Gidget is around 38 inches tall. Gidget is a good pony, she leads well, cross ties, is good for the vet and farrier. Gidget is up to date with all her shots and will be adopted to an approved home with a $300 adoption donation.
Jazz is a 27 year old Morgan Mare who is 14.3hh. Jazz would make a wonderful companion or light riding buddy. She is a great mare with wonderful manners. She is good to load, cross tie, and good for the vet and farrier.
Sweet, gorgeous Dottie is a 7 year old Appy mare. We saved this lovely girl from the Cranbury auction. Dottie is a great minded mare. She is very sweet and she loves attention. This mare is great on the cross ties, and great for the vet and farrier. Dottie is green broke and does not need much more to finish. This young mare is around 15 hh. She is available for adoption with a $500 adoption donation to an approved home.
Bill and Ben are a father and son driving team standing at 37/38 inches tall. Bill on the left is 7 years old, and Ben on the right is 20 years old. Ben has a right blue eye and a partial left blue eye. These boys are fully up to date with their shots and are ready for their forever home. They are a bonded pair and will be available for adoption at a $500 adoption donation for the team.
We saved Pixie from the Cranbury Auction in New Jersey on 4/15/15. Pixie found herself in the kill pen when we bailed her out. She was hip #33 which was her USDA meat sticker. Pixie is a 9 year old, 10hh, Hackney Pony mare. Pixie was an Amish child’s driving horse. Pixie’s life consisted of driving the kids to school then standing tied for the school day through all types of weather. Pixie would then drive the kid’s home after the completion of the school day. Pixie was eventually dropped off at auction. This could have been for a number of reasons. Maybe the children were now grown, or she had an injury in which they could not wait for her to heal. Many Amish horses get injured from the pounding their legs take on the hard pavement. Pixie is currently sound and in good health. She would make a wonderful driving pony or companion pony. Her riding ability will be assessed at the rescue. Pixie also came to our rescue with a dent in her forehead. No one knows how this happened however, it does not affect her at all. Pixie’s adoption donation is $400 to an approved home.
WE NEED FOSTER HOMES!
All The Kings Horses Equine Rescue is in desperate need of loving foster homes. Please feel free to contact the rescue for a Foster application, or check back soon for posted material.
WE NEED ADOPTIVE HOMES!
Please feel free to contact the rescue for all adoption materials.