Update: Cinnamon is safe! She is going to live as a companion horse to another older mare, who also has some barbed wire “battle scars,” so the two girls can compare their wounds and war stories. Cinnamon will live out her life with her new horsie friend and with a loving owner. We plan to take Cinnamon up to her new home at the end of the month! Many thanks to Cinnamon’s new owner!
Cinnamon is a 20 year-old chestnut Quarter horse mare. She was rescued two years ago from an individual who was unable to care for her and Cinnamon still bears the scars of being caught up in barbed wire at his facility. Her current owner is no longer able to care for her and Cinnamon is not getting the attention she needs. She is older, and currently is not sound. She is up-to-date on her vaccinations, but needs her teeth floated. She has been at a public stable, so she has been fed regularly, but she needs more care than just being fed twice a day.
Cinnamon used to be a therapeutic riding horse. She is very, very sweet and gentle. Her current owner has realized that she has been unable to provide for Cinnamon and we are looking to find her a home as a companion horse or for someone who does not want to ride. Cinnamon will never be sound for riding, but she would be an excellent friend for another horse, or a horse for someone who wants to groom and love on her.
We are trying to help Cinnamon’s owner find her a safe home. She has no adoption fee, but the new owner will need to sign an adoption agreement. Hanaeleh can provide transport to her new place.
For more information, please contact Elizabeth at Hanaeleh: firstname.lastname@example.org or call: (949) 842-7408.