DONATION RECEIPTS for April Bucket Fund babies (Sinclair, Oscar, Stitch and Goliath) as well as new pics of all of them!

Last month, we helped LRTC help the wild Viginia Range foals who were in dire need.   First Sinclair then Oscar, Stitch and Goliath on the same day!

You can read Sinclair’s story here.

You can read Oscar, Stitch and Goliath’s stories here.

Sinclair, Goliath, Oscar and Stitch.


You all were incredible with your thoughts, prayers and donations!  We were able to send $3055 to LRTC for the help with these babies!

We sent money as often as we could because these rescues were ongoing and expensive.  (Plasma, milk replacers, meds, antibiotics… hospital stays are all very expensive for LRTC which is a volunteer group.)

Our first donation

The next


And final


This is Sinclair! Her mother was dry and she stood around for 24 hours without any first milk. Now, she’s a month old and has an amazing future!

This is Oscar. He was running with the wrong band after a mixup. He was failing without his mother.

Goliath. Born with too large with contracted tendons. He could not stand to nurse.

Goliath had to be harnessed to stand… and he wore casts for a few days. Look at his before and after!

Here is Stitch, doing great with his nurse mare who loves him. Luckily, Stitch’s timing was perfect and so was his personality for this wonderful mare who lost her foal on the day Stitch was brought in. Stitch was treated with plasma, antibiotics as well as his surgery to stitch up his wounds… and then was paired with this lovely mare!

She is teaching Stitch how to be a horse and they love each other.


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