NOTE: The horses on this page are not technically rescues because the feedlot owner put a higher than meat price on their heads. However, they were all purchased through low end auctions and could have been shipped to slaughter if the feedlot owner could not sell them quickly. The AHRN helped place these horses in new, loving homes before time ran out. Here are their stories.

Pinto NSH Gelding - "Scout"

"The Pinto National Show Horse Gelding"

Anyone can see the quality of this horse in his photos.  In person that quality increases -- he is trained, kind, sound and has impeccable ground manners. This horse was not in immediate risk of being sent to slaughter, but we have developed this page for educational purposes.

"The Pinto National Show Horse Gelding"

Imagine the day this guy was born -- the people who bred him must have leapt in the air and yelled for joy!! Someone put a lot of time, energy, and money into him. So just how did he end up at a low end auction without his identity intact? This is precisely what can happen, and does happen every day, to many horses.  It can happen to any of them ... even yours. When our responsibility for these animals is not taken seriously, when we continue to deny there are many less than desirable situations they may fall into, and when we breed without consideration to what the market for our animals can bear -- we put horses like this exquisite young man in jeopardy.

This gorgeous NSH gelding has been purchased by AHRN volunteer, Trish Warr.


Zakarria

"Moose Cat" "Moose Cat"

This is Zakarria, a lovely and beautifully conformed young *Muscat granddaughter. She was also purchased from the feedlot owner Her mother is a well known winning halter mare and while she was not in immediate danger of being shipped to slaughter, the possibility existed if she was not sold quickly enough for the feedlot owner.

AOLer Lynda Cooke purchased "Moose Cat" (as they call her), and she has gone to Virginia to be a cow horse. She's giving those Quarter Horses a run for their money!

Pedigree

Zakarria
AHR# 508715
1994 Chestnut Mare

SRP Zakhar *Muscat Salon
Malpia
Vietka *Nariadni
Anjuli
Revelrie Gazarr Gazon
Starr-Fire
NA Nusiata Shalimar Paragon
NA-Agiba


Flirtation Walk

Flirtation Walk

Flirtation Walk

Flirtation Walk is a beautiful Khemosabi daughter and dam of PR Desert Fire (by Khaffire), a US National Top Ten Mare AAOTH. She is also a full sister to Khlover, a US National Top Ten Mare and champion performance horse. She is now proudly owned by Rachel Burda.

Flirtation Walk

Flirtation Walk

Khlover

Khlover

Pedigree

Flirtation Walk
1981 Bay Mare
AHR# 231397
Khemosabi Amerigo Ferseyn
*Szarza
Jurneeka Fadjur
Fadneeka
Desert Faun The Real McCoy Aarief
Fersara
Rudana Witezan
Carasal

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Arabian Horse Rescue Network
P.O. Box 4603
Sunland, CA 91041-4603
Phone: 818-353-9577

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