MI ARTIC was bred, born, raced, and dumped for slaughter in Oklahoma. Right up until she was abandoned in the Kill Pen she had been used a racetrack "Pony Horse". Thanks to the generosity of Cheryl Dewland, and an awesome Team of boots-on-the-ground rescuers in Oklahoma, this fine Thoroughbred mare was saved from suffering a violent death in a Mexican slaughterhouse. At 16, she now lives at her forever home with Sherry Sons in Missouri.
COMETTE DE FLEUR is an elegant 21-year-old New York Bred who was raced, amished, and tossed for slaughter. Thanks to the kindness and generosity of our dear friend Sue Bishop, "FLEUR" was redeemed from the Kill Pen on November 28, 2017. Today, she frolics far from harm in a meadow with her BB. Fleur & BB were adopted together in 2020. They live together as cherished companions.
At Unbridled, we receive Thoroughbreds who are thoughtfully donated by breeders, owners, and trainers, and we are lifeline for those discarded into the slaughter pipeline. The Thoroughbreds we save from the slaughter pipeline suffer emotional, mental, and physical wounds. At Unbridled, we honor the timetable set by the Horses for their recovery. With respect, time, and space, most will regain their health and dignity. When ready, our Horses are placed in foster care, loving homes, or Sanctuary at Unbridled. Every year, we do all that we can to protect, rescue, retrain, rehome, and save Thoroughbreds from being shipped to slaughter.
ICWHATYOURLOOKINAT raced 72 times, earned over $42,000. As a 'second career' she became a "Polo Pony". After doing all that was asked of her with mallets and balls afoot she was chukked for slaughter. We redeemed her precious life on November 21, 2017. "IC" was adopted out for four years as a pleasure riding horse. When her adopter headed off to college IC returned to Unbridled.
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