Pony Tales Refuge

& Rehab, Inc.

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The Babies

All 2017 orphans have been adopted! More to come next year, so stay tuned!

The Yearlings

Coal - 2016 White Sands mustang foal - ISPMB seizure

In Rehab

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Princess Vi aka Violet - 2016 orphan foal - QH/Morgan

Available for the 2017 Trainer's Challenge

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Rusty - 2016 White Sands mustang foal - ISPMB seizure

In Rehab

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Greta - 2016 orphan foal - QH/TB

Available for the 2017 Trainer's Challenge

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Duke - 2016 Mountain Horse

Under Evaluation

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Dixon - 2016 orphan foal - QH/TB

Available for Adoption

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The Boys

Ramses - 2005 Arabian

In training

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Clifford (the big red colt) - 2015 White Sands mustang - ISPMB seizure

In training

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Milano - 2002 Arabian - 1-Day Shelter intake

Available for adoption

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Mac - 2010 Paint - 1-Day Shelter intake

Sanctuary Horse

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Big Al - Late teens Belgian/Pony

Available for adoption

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Dante - Teens - QH

Available for adoption

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Raffles - 2005 Arabian

In training

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Mickey D - 2007 Quarter Horse

Available for Adoption

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Buckshot - 2005 Appaloosa

Available for adoption

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AC's Midnight Phantom AKA Phantom - 19 yo

Available for adoption

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Cinder 15 yr old

In Rehab

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Benny - 15 years old

In Training

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The Ladies

Samantha - 2013 POA

Available for adoption

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Sadie 21 yo 

Application Pending

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Cash - 2000 Arab/Saddlebred

In training

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Belle -16 years old

Under Evaluation

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Echo - 2004 Paint

Sanctuary Horse

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Gerti - early 2000s Pony cross

Maternity Leave

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Shanti - QH - teenage

In training

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Patty - 2015 orphan foal - TB/Saddlebred

Available for adoption

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Rizzo - 2014 White Sands mustang - ISPMB serizure

In training

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Legz - 1998 Pintabian

Application Pending

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Lacey - 2015 Paint

Available for adoption

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Stormy - 2015 Mustang cross

In training

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Zip N' Slide - 2015 Arab/cross

Available for adoption

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Soleil - 1999 QH

Available for adoption

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Stevie - Teens - QH

Under evaluation - In rehabilitation

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Maci  - 12

Under Evaluation

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Pines Morning Star AKA Star - 27 yo

Available for Adoption

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Tawny - 15 yo

In Training

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Wild Child - 10 yo
In Training

Betty - 10 yo 

Under Evaluation

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Mariah

Available for Adoption

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Celine

Available for Adoption

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Taffy - 10 yo pony

Under Evaluation

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**Available for Adoption: Means that they are ready for their new home! We still encourage people to get to know the horse before adopting because we want the best fit for horse and owner!

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*Under Evaluation: means they just recently came to Pony Tales and is getting worked with to see what they know, how they behave, health, vices, maintenance, and what level rider/owner they need. 

**In Training: Means that they are either at a trainer or currently being worked with by a volunteer. Some horses that are "in training" may be just getting tune ups, whereas others are being trained from ground up. Interested in a horse "in training"?? Contact Pony Tales to find out about that horse's progress, it if he/she may be a good fit for you.

**Application Pending: means there is an application in on this horse, the board has yet to look at this person. You may still place another application behind the pending application. That way, if the first person backs out or does not get approved, you will be in line to adopt that horse.

**Sanctuary Horse: This horse will most likely live its days at Pony Tales, this horse has significant health problems. That does not always mean that He/She could not be adopted, but the potential adopter must understand and be aware of the health issues.