A happy ending for Rocky, Mika and Napolean!
Congratulations to Rocky, Mika, Napolean and their new owner Charmaine! Rocky, Mika and Napolean were living at the same farm, owned by two different owners. When applicant Charmaine came out to meet Rocky, she knew she had to take Mika and Napolean too! It’s always a blessing when horses who enter METS together, stay together!
Here’s what new owner, Charmaine, had to say:
“We are so happy to have all our new babies with us. All 3 trailered well with no problems, thank God! Everyone is settling in so well with our other 2 guys. My little grandson loves his ponies, he calls them Marshmallow and Sprinkles. Rocky is now Flynn and he has transited beautifully. he is the boss of our other 2 guys but all are getting along. Everyone is coming in at night to nice warm stalls now and loving it. Our fields are flat and that is helpful to Flynn’s arthritis. We are already putting all 5 horses together in the same field some days and everyone is getting along great. It was the first time our 2 boys ever saw a mini horse. I don’t think they knew what to think of such tiny horses, it was very funny watching their reaction to meeting them in the field the first time. They already act they everyone’s been there for ever.”
A happy ending for Khaleesi!
Khaleesi at her new barn being a goof!
Congratulations to Khaleesi and her new owner, Nancy! Khaleesi had a very loving and caring owner, who no longer could ride and reached out for METS help. When Nancy saw Khaleesi, she knew she had to apply for her!
Here is what Nancy had to say when she first applied:
“I longed for a horse throughout my youth and lived on a property with the perfect setting for one – barn with stall, large fields with shade and pond – but my family’s marina business took priority. After graduate school, work and raising my son and life in general took over and my dream of having my own horse faded. I met Meg through her father/my husband and over the past 11 years have seen how she has built her life around her love for horses. She has an extra stall in her barn and I finally have the means to comfortably support full care of a horse and the time to devote to learning to ride and care for a horse myself. METS is a wonderful program – I would love to re-home a horse who is in need of a new caring family while fulfilling my long-delayed dream.”
Khaleesi and Nancy’ step-daughter, Meg, hitting the trails.