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True Blue Animal Rescue is a 501(c)3 Non-profit, No-kill Animal Rescue in Central Texas, established in 2004. We are run by dedicated volunteers and our animals cared for in loving foster homes.

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Horses Adopted in 2011 – 2012

Chicklett

Name: Chicklett

Breed: Paint/Pinto  Gender: Female  Age: Young  Status: Adopted  Description: Paint filly, halter broke, leads, stands tied, loads in trailer..LOVES to be scratched and petted.

Band Aid Band Aid was born to Boo Boo shortly after arriving at her True Blue Animal Rescue foster home in 2010. Now approximately 1 year old, she would love to find a forever home along with her mama. By nature, mini donks are sweet, gentle, playful, and love human attention. They are easy keepers, get along with other animals, and are fun to have around.

 

 

 

 

 

Black Fury

WinsBlack Fury is a 3 yr old Welsh/Shetland pony gelding.

 

 

 

 

 

Boo BooBoo Boo was rescued along with 15 other mini donkeys when the Sheriff’s department found them wandering the streets. Shortly after arriving at her True Blue Animal Rescue foster home, she gave birth to a baby girl named Band Aid (Spring 2010). By nature, mini donks are sweet, gentle, playful, and love human attention. They are easy keepers, get along with other animals, and are fun to have around. They would love to be adopted together if possible. She is used to being handled and being led with halter or rope.

 

BuffyBuffy was found estray and when no owner came forward she was awarded to T-Bar. Buffy is a young horse who is halter-broke and aready to train.

 

 

 

 

 

CabernetBeautiful young paint filly from seizure of 27 badly malnourished horses including pregnant mares in Wood County.

 

 

 

 

 

Cappuccino Cappuccino is enjoying being ridden by his foster family including the children. He does great on trails and is an all-around great horse.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ClarkTBAR was awarded 15 neglected Tennessee Walkers on 2/27/2012. Foster homes are needed to rehabilitate these horses and/or adoptive homes. All the horses are easy to handle and respectful.

This is Clark

 

 

 

Comanche

Stunning Paint Tennessee Walker

One of two horses found estray. When no owner came forth, they were turned over to TBar.

Comanche

 

 

 

 

 

 

DeltaOne of 8  neglected horses awarded to True Blue Animal Rescue  by Burnett County judge. This mare lost one eye at some time, but is totally healthy.

This is Delta

 

 

 

Dream CatcherWhen Dreamcatcher first came to TBAR he was so skinny his knees wobbled.  Currently, DreamCatcher’s foster home reports that he has put on ALOT of weight, and that his top line has filled out nicely. He has a bit of a “hay belly” and no chest or butt yet, but nothing a little more exercise can’t cure. He leads well, is good for the farrier, and is doing well lunging in the round pen. He also enjoys a good bath, and loves attention. We haven’t tied him yet, we realized today, but we will try it out. He is still a little wary around strangers at first, but warms up quickly. We plan to pony him a little this weekend, see how he does with a group, in a new setting and how his feet hold up. They appear to be good and hard, but his heels were short and are growing out now.

Fancy

 

 

Fancy is a yearling filly, halter broke

 

 

 

 

GypsieGypsy was an estray and when no owner claimed her, she was awarded to TBAR. She is now healthy and ready for adoption. Gypsy was ridden previously and just needs a refresher.

 

 

 

HemmingwayHemmingway was wandering estray in a neighborhood and was extremely skinny. The authorities looked for an owner and when no one came forth to claim him, TBAR was awarded Hemmingway.  This older, 25 yr old horse is skin and bones but has already put on weight in his short time with TBar.  Slowly and surely, Hemmingway will be restored to full health.  His long white mane goes down to his shoulder and he has a wonderful, engaging personality. He loves cookies!

 

Ireland

This young filly is learning what it means to have the type of care where she can trust in humans. She is now looking for her own family with which she can form a special bond.

 

One of 27 malnourished horses seized in Wood County, she is now healthy and ready for adoption.

Ireland

 

KatyKaty is a full Medicine Hat Paint with two blue eyes. Her foster home reports that she is very calm and rides well. She loves to be groomed and deserves a special rider who will keep a fly mask on her during the day light hour.

Katy  was one of 5 neglected horses. She was very skinny when she came to TBAR, but is now healthy and ready for adoption.

 

 

 

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERALayla is now available for adoption, as her foal Magic has been weaned.

 

 

 

 

 

LegendLegend

Halter Trained and Fabulous Manners. This 2.5 year old is ready to start under saddle.

 

 

 

 

 

Mama 2This mare is young, around 5-6 yrs old , rideable

 

Mama Too

 

 

 

 

Memory

 

Memory

This paint mare gave birth to a healthy baby boy (Emu) two months after being rescued along with 26 other mares from Wood County.

 

 

 

NougatNougat

TBAR was awarded 15 neglected Tennessee Walkers on 2/27/2012. Foster homes are needed to rehabilitate these horses and/or adoptive homes. All the horses are easy to handle and respectful. These photos do not accurately reflect the actual body condition of the horses – they are all skinnier. Accepting applications for foster/adopt NOW. Go to www.t-bar.org for application. Donations of hay, feed, money welcomed and appreciated!

 

PricillaPricilla had a broken front leg just over a year ago. Her leg was not set and is slightly crooked. She is a companion only, although she runs and plays in the pasture without any difficulty. She is timid with other horses and is fine with dogs, cats, donkeys and goats. She is great with people and loves kids.

 

 

 

Red Cloud

 

TBar’s Red Cloud is Four years old and ready for training.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Reece

TBAR was awarded 15 neglected Tennessee Walkers on 2/27/2012. Foster homes are needed to rehabilitate these horses and/or adoptive homes. All the horses are easy to handle and respectful. These photos do not accurately reflect the actual body condition of the horses – they are all skinnier. Accepting applications for foster/adopt NOW. Go to www.t-bar.org for application. Donations of hay, feed, money welcomed and appreciated!

 

Approx 12 year old Mare. Mom to #11. Very sweet and leads with just your hand.

Rivar Rivar was rescued from a breeding farm. TBAR was called to assist law enforcement with a seizure of the horses due to neglect. Rivar was in the beginning stages of colic when he was rescued. He is doing great now.

 

 

 

 

 

 

SnickersTBAR was awarded 15 neglected Tennessee Walkers on 2/27/2012. Foster homes are needed to rehabilitate these horses and/or adoptive homes. All the horses are easy to handle and respectful. These photos do not accurately reflect the actual body condition of the horses – they are all skinnier. Accepting applications for foster/adopt NOW. Go to www.t-bar.org for application. Donations of hay, feed, money welcomed and appreciated! This is Snickers

 

Starburst

TBAR was awarded 15 neglected Tennessee Walkers on 2/27/2012. Foster homes are needed to rehabilitate these horses and/or adoptive homes. All the horses are easy to handle and respectful. These photos do not accurately reflect the actual body condition of the horses – they are all skinnier. Accepting applications for foster/adopt NOW. Go to www.t-bar.org for application. Donations of hay, feed, money welcomed and appreciated! Starburtst is a Yearling. Approachable. A little skittish. Very cute grey/reddish roan.

 

 

SteveSteve was seized as a 4 year old stallion in late 2006 – at the time he was wild and untouched.  At his first (and only) foster home he was gentled, castrated, and put into ground-work training – a couple months later he was started under saddle at a Ray Hunt clinic, and went on to be a great versatile trail mount, winning 2 competitive trail competitions in 2007.  The rider went on to interests outside of trail riding with other horses, and Steve has basically been turned out on pasture for the past 3 years. He has excellent ground manners, wonderful feet (never worn shoes), is an exceptionally “easy keeper” (never fed grain, and always fat) – he has a stocky build, very correct conformation, and good bones – he has never had a lameness issue and held up to heavy daily riding.   He is a fast learner and quick to please. The next home for Steve requires a handler/rider that is smart, consistent, and capable. 

Stormy

 

Storm was born a few months after his Mom was rescued from a starvation situation along with 26 other horses. Little Storm is available for adoption along with his mom.

 

 

 

 

 

 

TerraTerra was awarded to TBAR in a neglect/cruelty case. She has put on significant weight and is now ready to be adopted as a companion animal. She is a sweet mare that would look beautiful in your pasture. She would be a perfect companion for a young family or older person.

 

 

Tobi

Tobi

One of 8  neglected horses awarded to True Blue Animal Rescue  by Burnett County judge.  Healthy and ready to be trained under saddle.

 

 

 

 

 

 

TwighlightTwilight was awarded to TBAR as part of the Wood County seizure and resulting court case. He is rideable and would make a nice riding horse for a woman or small man, as he’s short and stout.

 

 

 

 

 

 

WendyWood Co. Wendy

 

This Black and white mare gave birth to a blk & wht paint filly  a few weeks after her rescue.

 

 

 

 

 

Wood Co 3Wood Co mare # 3 is a 10 yr old mare has a paint stud colt baby. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Wood Co MareThis mare is blind in one eye. She has a new, sorrel stud colt baby, born after her rescue.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

EmuEmu’s mother was seized in the Wood County neglect case. She was starved, but giving everything she had to her baby. Two months of good food & care later, a healthy baby boy was born! Emu and his mom have been adopted by their foster family. They will never know hunger again!

 

 

 

merlot

 

Beautiful young paint filly from seizure of 27 badly malnourished horses including pregnant mares in Wood County.

 

 

 

 

 

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