This is Grosh – named after the street where his rescuers were able to corral him. He is a 2 year-old Wild Mustang colt/stallion who was spotted on a mountain with a HUGE gash in his chest and foreleg. (The following image is not as graphic as the last image at the bottom of the page.)
Several teams of rescuers and neighbors got together to help this bleeding and limping, young wild horse (story below). LBL Equine Rescue received Grosh yesterday and he will go into surgery on Friday. They will move him into a chute for sedation.
Young, wild Grosh trusted humans enough… hoping to be aided. Please, any drop in the bucket will add up! All donations are 100% tax deductible. THANK YOU! Our goal is $965 (antibiotics, sedation, wound surgery and gelding surgery). We can do this!
This young wild horse was spotted, limping and bleeding on top of a huge hill. Rescuers set up catch pens on the street below (Grosh St.) and began the painstaking job of gently ushering him down the mountain and into the chutes. Grosh is wild, so he would usually be more inclined to follow his herd. But, he was alone, bleeding and probably knew he had to do something big for himself – to survive.
Luckily, there is a team of veterinarians who are very familiar with working on wild horses. Grosh has already been seen and his surgery is scheduled for Friday. They will also geld him at that time.
We are looking to help his rescuers with the costs of antibiotics (he is on them now), sedation, wound cleaning/surgery, gelding surgery and after care – ON A WILD HORSE! LBL Equine Rescue is only asking for $965. I am guessing with training to treat him, they will need more. So, if we collect more, GREAT!
We can do this! Let’s help these rescuers so they can get back out there and continue their good work.
All donations are 100% tax deductible. THANK YOU!!!! This handsome boy deserves to be helped since he trusted enough to let the humans capture him!