Rehomed! - Gold Glory

Arrived on Thursday, January 29, 2015, estimated age 7yrs at arrival and currently 9yrs
Rehomed on Sunday, August 02, 2015

WARNING: SOME IMAGES MAY BE GRAPHIC AND DEPICT NEGLECTED ANIMALS AND HOW THEY ARRIVED HERE!

Intake Status

Gold Glory was one of the intakes that we fostered for the Henry County Saddle Club after the Henry County case of 22 neglected equine that were surrendered.  She has beeb signed over to R&M Ranch.


Current Status

Update 8/2/15 - Gold Glory (GeeGee/Gigi) went to her new home today!

Update 7/24/15 - GeeGee available for adoption! She's a 16.3 hand 7 year old OTTB mare that came to R&M Ranch as a rescue back on 1-29-15 at a body score of 1.5 from the Henry County Indiana case involving 22 emaciated horses. She is now ready for the next chapter in her life. After some rest and rehabilitation, good food and time to just be a horse, Gigi is ready for her new home. We have taken time to work with Gigi on the ground where she quickly became a favorite with her "in your pocket" disposition. She had her first real ride after rehab last week at the. The current video does not do her justice, we will post more updated videos soon https://youtu.be/O6yfb2eK2So Gigi is a tall girl with elegant fluid movements, tons of chrome and unlimited potential for any type of riding. Currently ridden English she has been lightly schooled over some ground poles and small cavalettis. She is completely at ease with all of this. She has a sweet and calm disposition on the ground as well as under saddle, and she is always willing to please. For a young green horse, she carries herself very well. GeeGee will make a special someone an absolutely wonderful horse! Gigi is looking for a home where someone will extend her training, help her continue building good muscle weight and take the time build a good foundation. We were told that she did have surgery for a small bone chip in her front left years ago, but was given ample time to recover and raced sound after. We were also told that she was only taken off the track because it's just not in her heart to be a race horse. ;-) Our vet has done a flexion test on her and she romps around out the in the field all the time, she has never shown any signs of being off. She is up to date on all shots, teeth floated, and just needs a bit of muscle built back up, but her body condition is fine to start that now and she's ready to open the book on her next chapter in life! Please see more information about her and/or contact us at our website rmranch.net or our facebook page facebook.com/RandMranch if you are interested in adopting her.

Veterinarian and Farrier References required! Home/Facility Check required! First Right of Refusal Contract required! There is no adoption fee, but we are very careful about who adopts from us and we do check all your references, facility, and do checkups on all our rescues at least once a year.

Arrived on Thursday, January 29, 2015
Intake Status:
Gold Glory was one of the intakes that we fostered for the Henry County Saddle Club after the Henry County case of 22 neglected equine that were surrendered. She has been signed over to R&M Ranch.
Current Status
Rehabbed and Ready for Rehoming!

See her fun in the water video from June 16th 2015 here:
https://youtu.be/-gMwOm-FipE

Love is Expensive

We estimate the cost of keeping this horse at $10 per day for rehabilitation (about 90 days) then $5 per day thereafter, which means for the 185 days we have taken care of and rehabilitated Rehomed! - Gold Glory we have paid approximately $1850 (does not include Vet/Farrier Bills).

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