One of the Hopkins County horses, Bree was adopted and loved by TBar’s Abuse/Neglect Coordinator. Her first horse since childhood, it was love at first sight. Unfortunately, Bree left our world way too soon from severe colic. God has a beautiful, spirited girl by his side now.
You are missed, Bree!
Dr Livingston – TBar D061
Cancer claimed our sweet Dr Livingston at only 6 years old. But he had a good life and new love.
Seminole Winds (Semi)
Semi came into TBar severely emaciated, but was restored to full health and had a glorious 2 years of love with TBar’s Ralph and Loretta Pinnell before leaving us.
At the time, Hope was one of the worst neglect cases TBar had ever dealt with. Hope fought to live and became a happy, healthy girl. She was loved by her foster home and died peacefully in her late 20s.
35 years young, JJ had 5 wonderful years in his foster/retirement home before he left this Earth. He leaves behind his buddy & companion, Moriah, and many who loved him. Thank you to Joy Hamaker for sponsoring JJ all these years!
FRESCA – TBar D435
Poor Fresca was so scared in this world – terrified to the point of being aggressive. Over and over again, we reached out with love, but Fresca was too scared. Now she is happy and unafraid in TBar Heaven. We are sad that we could not help Fresca.
A sweet mare from the Hopkins County seizure, Lilly new lots of TLC in her final years. Medicine nor prayers could cure the impaction colic and the difficult decision was made to send Lilly over the rainbow bridge. Loved and not forgotten.
Saved from starving, loved and cared for by her foster Mom. She will be missed.
After outliving his prognosis by 3 years, Midnight’s body finally succumbed to terminal melanoma. He passed peacefully and deeply loved.
TBAR’s unicorn horse, gently left this world at 36 years of age. He was loved by many, including his foster mom of 6 years. His graceful, elegant presence will be greatly missed. Thank you to Joy Hamaker for sponsoring Moriah all these years!
A senior mare from the Hopkins County seizure, Sugar was adored by her foster family. With them, she was fat and happy. Cancer took Sugar from us physically, but not from our hearts.