Friday, July 16, 2010

A Last Wish

A 69 year old woman contacted staff of Creekside Veterinary Service, asking for assistance in placing her 5 well bred arabian horses. She spent her career as an ER nurse and had surgery in 2005 which caused a staff infection. In 2007 doctors diagnosed her with MERSA and later her leg was amputated above the knee due to infection. They informed her it is a terminal illness and she has perhaps a year to live. She bred arabian horses, Khemosabi lines, and spent her life trying to create a well bred performance horse that can do cutting and reining. Old fashioned arabians of classic CMK and EAF bloodlines, very correct athletes and performance horse prospects. She said she finally did it, but now her time is up. She will not be able to see them succeed and wants to place them in loving homes with knowledgeable owners. All horses are current on vaccinations, worming and SCID clear. They have not been handled much or trained, but will stand for farrier and have very pleasant and kind dispositions. They should be very easy to train.

If you are interested, these horses are available for adoption, through the owner Jeanie. Please give her a call directly at 760-742-3574 if interested in providing a loving home and training for these horses. They are not trained. Talk to Jeanie about your information, experience, what type of home you would be providing and training. Thank you for helping this woman by taking care of one of her horses for the remainder of it's natural born life. These horses all look very much like Khemosabi, strong, solid and correct conformation.