MHR PMU horses

MHR PMU horses

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We hope you'll enjoy seeing frequent updates and photos of the Miracle Horse Rescue and Sanctuary horses you all know and so generously support. We'll also keep you posted on current projects and plans for the future.

Stephanie Pierce

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Wednesday, August 24, 2011

August 24, 2011 - Electra update

Good morning all,

I am starting this post with a request for your help with feeding our equines their yummy hay and also for Oat Pellets and Rice Bran for Old Man and Little Bear, who both have verified Cushings Disease through tests conducted by our veterinarian. They are both presently under his care. They are free fed their hay 24/7 and they receive their pellets and rice bran, red cell and chasteberry. (red cell and chasteberry morning feedings) and oat pellets and rice bran at night feeding.

We can use assistance in these areas, and it is so appreciated if you're inclined to do so. Your donation may be tax deductible. Please visit our website and donate via HAYPAL (aka PAYPAL).

Thank you


The Electra update is a good one, she is doing wonderfully since her hernia surgery. Desert Pines Equine Center located in Las Vegas performed the surgery. They (Desert Pine) will be here at our facility on the 31st of August for her Post Op exam. She has done so well. Once seen and given a clean bill of health she will be able to be placed in the round pen. She has been confined to her stall per their instructions and we can feel her pent up energy when handling her, but she has remained well mannered through it all.

Thank you to everyone who has stood by her and helped her when she needed the surgery.

Stephanie and Rob