After we had problems w/ cam last night, I was unable to chat or even get cam up. However, puter was up in the house but most had left for the evening so I am going to answer some of the questions that I was able to see.
Grace...She has been adopted..Her adopter will have her transported to Houston when he is able. He does provide monthly for Grace's care.
Sinatra..He has been adopted, however the adopters have encountered a family situation which would prevent them from being able to spend the amount of time they want and need to spend with him. Sinatra's care is also being provided for.
They are adopted, they are being cared for by their adopters. Until the time they are able to move to their forever homes they will remain with us. Things happen in individuals' lives which sometimes prevent them from being able to move forward, so as long as they communicate with us and continue to provide for the care of their horse then their adoption contract stands.
Glory had a person who was interested in adopting her, however once again things changed in this individual's life which prevented the adoption from moving forward.
The family that adopted Dancer and Casper were considering adopting Glory. However due to the economy they have opted not to take on a third horse.
Levi: It is very difficult to adopt an older horse as well as to adopt a horse which has sustained an injury and there is a risk of it being reinjured. He is a handful and yes requires an experienced rider, but he needs an adopter who only wants to work him on flat work and who rides in the English Discipline. There is not much call for that in our area.
Individuals in our area are giving away horses and are having a difficult time in doing this. Hope and AJ were very lucky as they were young and healthy. It is an unfortunate situation for many horses and I am sorry we cannot help more.