8 year old Arabian Gelding!
I am still blown away(and grateful) that even with such trials and tribulations as 2019 presented….HOW many lives we were able to save. A brief glance back at how much we accomplished last year . . . And so looking forward to what 2020 will … Continue readingWHO WHAT AND where~ Horses Saved 2019
2019 has been both terribly trying….and yet amazing. I have learned so much, grown as both a person and ‘a business'( if you can call what we do ‘business….), met some amazing like minded people….and some that taught me the ‘Hard Lessons’. I am thankful … Continue readingREFLECTIONS OF 2019
“Never underestimate the power of a small group of committed people to change the world. In fact, it is the only thing that ever has.” ~ Margaret Mead I often hear ( or read) ‘What the hell are you doing?’ How can you possibly make … Continue readingTHE PROCESS ~ PART I
Effective November 11th, 2019 Soul Horse Texas (state nonprofit organization) is dissolved. *Gasp* There, the ‘important announcement’ is out of the way! What does this mean?I’ll tell you. A new name , and a new way. A better approach. A more concentrated effort to not … Continue readingA new Beginning ~ part I
For years I have heard ‘ You can not save them all’. ‘Don’t give money to a kill buyer’. So on and so forth. You know what I have to say to that now? I most certainly damn well can TRY to ‘save them all’ … Continue readingRISE AND RESCUE, YOU REBELS!
Well what happened was……………A good friend asked me to ‘Just go look at a horse on the Fabrizius lot’. Of course I did. In doing so, I saw far too many that deserved a chance. Young. Old. Thin. Fat. Trained. Un-handled. The thing is….slaughter does … Continue readingRazzle me, Dazzle Me
It is time to speak plainly. Loudly. And with purpose. When I say ‘This is war’! I mean it quite literally. The war on slaughter is becoming far more expansive and far more than any of us can fight alone. You will see many say … Continue readingThe war
‘Pep Rally’ The lot called her ‘Maggie’, and shes is comformationally astounding, deeply red with a cascading flaxen mane , forelock , and tail. Short. Wide. Young. Tied to a fence by people who won’t blink if she loads on a slaughter truck to Mexico. … Continue reading‘Pep Rally’