June 12-14, 2014

HOP’s Cold Water Challenge!!
Please check out HOP’s Cold Water Challenge from HOP adopter, Stephanie Pauley (Adopted Kate) at Pauley’s Rowdy Acres

This challenge goes out to everyone who views this. Consider yourself warned.

LOL! I couldn’t find ice buckets or a place to jump in, but I figured a river would do

This fundraiser will help get the Rescue truck back on the road as we need a new engine!


The progress Alfie has made is simply amazing – from barely being able to lead to THIS in less than a month!

Pretty Clover

Luka, the rescue mascot, says he picks the porch over the barn

Seven in his adoptive home today – (formerly Twister who came in with Nemo and was adopted very quickly to Debbie A. of WV)

Tara meandering around the pasture today – this girl is having some minor lameness. We hope to get to the bottom of it ASAP!

Cute Spicy is adoptable now. This pony has had tons of training and handling since birth. She is coming 2 now. . . https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d5LaNsDsbEU

A lovely horse is always an experience…. It is an emotional experience of the kind that is spoiled by words. ~Beryl Markham

Clover’s almost complete after –

Happy Dance~! — with Sonora Winds and Susan Sunday.


This shirt style is no longer available – these will be the vintage HOP shirts – but the new design is coming in the next 10 DAYS!!! Whooooo!!!!

We have had such awesome support for this event so far, but lets make it s SMASHING SUCCESS. Spread the word! We can still use more prizes, more players and more sponsors

HOP volunteer, Dorella, not only helps save horses but she heads up this awesome organization.
Dilly in November, and Dilly now. He had come a long way! He’s still a little wheezy, and probably always will be, but he loves everyone he meets, and I can honestly say he’s the sweetest cat I have ever met.

We could all learn a lot from Dilly

See you at Woofstock!

Thank you Garden Godfather, Inc in Alpharetta GA for a Hole sponsorship at the Golf Scramble!

Memphis and Clover had their teeth floated for the second time in rescue – Both NEEDED it very badly. This goes to show how long term neglect effects the horse’s entire being. Typically, a horse will need teeth done only once a year. This is 3 and 6 months for these two. We had Ellie and Wynn done again, as well. The cost? $200 for all Four, if anyone would like to sponsor this much needed care, it would be much appreciated. Visit the website and click the donate link.

She needs help!

2 of these horses are here and thriving today thanks to the efforts of TEAM HOP two others are rescues from elsewhere at Sunday Stables


The photo you have all been waiting for – a Turner update

Thank you so much for your continued support!

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