Sunshine Horses cares for up to 35 horses at a time. The care and training for these horses comes from our generous volunteers and donors. We are a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that is 100% volunteer run. We must limit the number of horses we care for to maintain a high standard of care for our herd and remain financially solvent. Unfortunately this means that we cannot take in every horse that needs a home. Whenever possible, we share information on local horses in need with our supporters and followers in hopes that we can help those horses find a new home.
Miss Money Pennie is a 16-year old Arabian mare that is looking for a new home. She has a weak metabolism due a history of laminitis but is sound as long as she is shod and her diet is controlled. Miss Money Pennie is well trained and would do best with an advanced rider. She was shown extensively throughout New York state with several first place finishes from 2005-2011. Her most recent showing resulted in a 2nd place finish at the New York State Fair HA/AA Mare Breeding division in 2016. Miss Money Pennie is stabled in Fulton, NY. If you are interested in Miss Money Pennie please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to be connected with her owner.
Update: Miss Money Pennie was successfully re-homed
Tabor is 12-year old registered Arabian gelding. His registered name is PA Najib. He cannot be ridden because he is permanently lame. He woke up lame one morning in 2016 without explanation. His condition progressively worsened over the next several weeks. His owners worked with multiple vets to try to determine what had happened. Eventually the veterinary staff at Cornell determined that Tabor had fractured his pelvis or spine (the bone is too dense in that area to know for sure). He has improved some since then but will never be sound. He is not on any maintenance care for this injury. He is barefoot and is not on any supplements.
Tabor loves being groomed - he will stretch right out to let you know you’ve found the right spot. He loads, bathes and clips well. He dances a little bit in cross ties but stands for the farrier. Tabor has good ground manners but can be nippy if he feels like he is being ignored. His owners have moved and can no longer afford to board him. If you are interested in Tabor please email us at email@example.com to be connected with his owner.
These horses are not Sunshine Horses. The owners and potential adopters work through the re-homing of these horses independently of Sunshine. Our only goal is to help owners reach a larger audience, increasing their chance of finding a new home for their horses.