10 year old 11hh Luke was saved from Camelot Auction. He Seems unused to being handled or touched beyond his withers. Needs someone who can work on slow, consistent handling. Not for youngsters at this time. Does ride and is a great companion to other horses.
China (left) & Crystal (right) are Morgan mares, possibly a team. They did both ride through the sale at Camelot. They are very attached and bonded and do require some training. They are up to date on vaccines and their feet are done. A trainer will be coming to work with them. Their adoption fee is currently $700.00 for the team. This adoption fee will increase after training.
Faith is around 22 years of age and is a paint mare saved from Camelot Auction. Faith was highly abused/neglected and needs a great amount of weight before she could ever leave the rescue. She is currently in quarantine and will arrive at our main rescue at the end of April. Faith is around 15hh, and barefoot. She was said to have been ridden through auction.
20 year old Morgan possibly Morgan/Arab cross owner surrender. Ginger is around 15.1hh and said to be for an intermediate rider. Ginger just arrived at the rescue so will be assessed in the upcoming weeks. Ginger is up to date with all shots.
Freya, is a 12 year old, off the track TB mare, about 15.2 hands. She came from a barn where she was well cared for and is UTD on everything. She just wasn't right for their program. She's a well trained horse, perfect for an intermediate rider.
Pumpkin is a 22year old mare registered with the American Quarter Horse Association. Pumpkin was an owner surrender and is beginner friendly and great on the trails. Pumpkin is up to date with all shots and farrier. Pumpkin is barefoot and loads/unloads wonderfully. Pumpkin has a slight sway back in which she utilizes a rising pad when riding.
Velvet, 4 year old Tennesse Walker Mare rescued from the Camelot Auction on 10/10/12. She was hip number 240.
Scarlet, 11 year old Owner Surrendar Warmblood Mare. Scarlet is currently in rehab at our rescue
Timber is a grey gelding, and he is the absolute sweetest horse. He craves human companionship and could rest his head in your arms for hours. Timber was saved on 06/11/11- #543 from Camelot, presently at All The Kings Horses Equine Rescu...e in Northford, CT. Timber is a 14.3hh Arab/quarter horse gelding. He is five years old. He is up to date with all shots, float, and farrier care.Timber has received six months of training with Kelly Rutledge from Synergy Horse Therapy. His left front has scar tissue from an old injury while loading a trailer. I was in contact with his previous owner and she reported she went to trailer him to have him gelded and he freaked out in the trailer and cut his tendon. They had surgery done on it but it stayed abnormal. We were told he already has had under saddle training. However, we are unsure about how sound he will be. Timber stands nicely to be tacked up however, does not seem comfortable with the weight of a rider. Timber is very responsive on the line and he is very well mannered. Timber stands nicely on the cross ties and is good for the farrier. His foster mother reports: "Timber seems happy and trusting. It does not bother him to be the first horse out in the AM and the last horse in the PM. He is quite brave, I think he could be a sweet horse for a child."
Sonny is a 14 year old (1997) registered Appaloosa owner surrender. He has Bright Eyes Brother lines. He has been trail ridden to death and looks good in the ring under an English rider (would need some brush up as he may be a tad rusty). He also rides western however, does not neck rein. He is great with leg commands and works of your leg well. He is approximately 16 H. He does NOT clip but will let you use scissors. No spook. Doesn't actually buck but sometimes will give you a hop when he is aggravated with a head shake to go along with it :-( I would not recommend for a beginner but for someone who has intermedite experience. He is really a great boy. Sonny was assessed by our vet and was found to be 90% blind. Sonny is as sweet as can be and is very trusting. He loves attention and he loves to be touched. Sonny would be a great companion horse, and can still be ridden once he trusts you in a ring.
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WE NEED FOSTER HOMES!
All The Kings Horses Equine Rescue is in desperate need of loving foster homes. Please feel free to contact the rescue for a Foster application, or check back soon for posted material.
WE NEED ADOPTIVE HOMES!
Please feel free to contact the rescue for all adoption materials.
All The Kings Horses Equine Rescue will be working along side The NJ Feedlot Horse Rescues. Our rescue will start out small posting bail for feedlot horses going to slaughter. We will occasionally take in a feedlot horse and post its picture for adoption.
The following websites have information regarding the Camelot Horse Auction, providing pictures and description of horses in need of homes. The auction is every Wednesday, and the remaining horses ship for slaughter on Sunday. We will post updates on the horses we are able to help. Please check in frequently.