New Pics for an Earlier Story

Do you remember the story about a “Barry”, a rescue who is now giving lessons at Julee O’Reilly’s barn in Delaware, OH?  If you haven’t read it, check it out, it’s called, “One Instructor’s Story”.  In any event, I am proud to post some pics of Barry.  He looks like a doll baby.

Barry from Julee O'Reilly's barn in Delaware

Here Barry is getting ready to take an academy rider into the ring.

Barry coming out of the ring.

Is that a blue ribbon I see?

Barry’s new job is teaching our precious riders to ride in a safe environment.  He is also taking them into the academy shows.  If I’m not mistaken, that’s a blue ribbon pinned on him.  Woo Hoo!

These stories are possible because of the extremely hard work  of Saddlebred Rescue.  The horses are found at auction, quickly evaluated, brought back to the farm, usually fattened up a bit, vetted, wormed and brought back to health then professionally trained to determine what avenue to take in their new life.  A rescue’s new life could be as a lesson horse, a trail horse or simply a pet.  As with most horses, they will tell us what they want to do  —  our job is to listen.  God gave us two ears and one mouth, … there is a reason for that ratio.

I hope to see you at the brunch and silent auction on August 23.  If you haven’t already bought your tickets, click on the link below.

(Sorry that I couldn’t edit the link, I’m new to blogging — sort of learning on the job.)



About Save a Saddlebred

This blog is on behalf of a cause that is near and dear to my heart, Saddlebred Rescue. Our group saves, rehabilitates and repurposes saddlebred horses. To date, we have prevented 900+ horses from being slaughtered. I'm proud to be a part of that. This site will bring you news of whats going on and of course, pleas for donations. Think about it, it's a great cause.
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