Queenie saved and bailed by Hidden Pond Farm Horse Rescue and adopted by one of our members in Sept. 2017.
Queenie now happy in her forever home and a resident here at SMEM for the remainder of her life.
Willow discovered in the kill pen in September of 2017.
Willow today is a sweet play pony for many children.
A little girl and her rescue pony! Willow getting lots of TLC from her owner Agatha Madden :)
Jesse was saved and rehabilitated by Julie Foor in Sept of 2017. Julie found him a wonderful home and he was adopted by this happy young lady.
Chey and David transported Shandi home.
Shandi is a wonderful companion for new rescues
Shandi showing her Mayland Pride Halter!
Epona was transported from the kill pen by S.M.E.M. for her new owner Laura.
Legacy's was born healthy and sound. Both Mare and foal received excellent care from their owner and care providers. Little did her owner know when she saved Epona, she was saving two horses . S.M.E.M. was happy to provide transportation to her new owner.
Very sick little colt saved from the feed lot.
Little Miracle Mickey arrived very sick with pneumonia. At only about six months old, his chances of survival at the kill pen where slim.
His personality is sweet and willing and he is learning new things every day.
After almost a year from being saved from the kill pen and being cared for at SMEM, he is finally re
Mickey running in the pasture with joy. Healthy and growing after recovery from surgery.
Milkshake discovered in a kill pen in May 2019. Quickly bailed by So.Md Equine Miracles.
Arrived to us very sick and in need of much medical care.
Milkshake during rehabilitation Spring 2019. Her personality has always been sweet and gentle. She required much medical care and exercise before she was sound enough to assess her abilities.
Milkshake Adopted after eight months of rehabilitation, vet care, training assessment, chiropractic care . Her new owner helped with her rehabilitation exercises on a regular basis. Congratulations to her new owner and our newest Board of Directors, Hayley Madden.
Milkshake starting her training at Free Rein Farm. What a great opportunity for her to grow and be loved by staff and students.
Milkshake makes us all so proud and happy to have been able to have saved her from slaughter in 2018
Quater was an interception save. SMEM was able to stop him from being shipped to auction. He was a ex-harness race horse who won is owners over 275K. Later used as a hardworking Amish buggy horse. Ready to ship to auction where he would have more than likely ended up being purchased by a kill buyer.
Quater 's eye was saved by surgery and excellent Veterinary care.
Sugar Plum arrived at SMEM in November 2020 from a feed lot in Tennessee. Thanks to our donors and supporters we are helping her today. Foal may be due in early Spring 2021.
QT care was provided by Flat Iron Farm.
Pebbles is a young brood mare likely in foal. Arrived in November from a feed Lot in Tennessee. She will need much rehabilitation and training and help with her expected foal.
Little Mama Peebles settling into her wonderful foster/training home.
SMEM Little Red Rocket (previously known as Pebbles) is awaiting spring foal.
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