- 2012 (5yo), unrraced, only trained/breezed, 16.1-16.2h dark bay mare by Aisle - Aquired hind sesamoid small apical fracture during breezing and was immediately stall rested and progressively rehabbed. Xrays and scans available - Has been turned out, treated and remained sound with good prognosis for the past 6 months and is ready to start training - Minimal limitations for future careers - would avoid high level eventing and dressage as protective measure. - Most horses with this injury will continue their racing careers or any other mid-level riding career without ever an issue - This mare is big bodied and confident. Basically hand-raised by her owner/breeder ever since birth and then brought to us once injured. Very respectful and powerful mover. - Suitable for almost any career!
PA Racehorse Rehoming,Rehabilitation, Rescue is a Federal 501(c)(3) non-profit organization Federal ID number: 66-0821935 whose Articles of Incorporation were filed with the State of Pennsylvania on May 9, 2014 (effective date of exemption) with Public Charity Status 509(a)(2) under section 501(c)(3).Contributions made to PARR are tax deductible. Our Letter of Determination from the IRS was received on April 16, 2015 and any donations made after May 9th, 2014 may qualify for tax exemption.
Our Legal Name is "PA Racehorse Rehoming, Rehabilitation, & Rescue" and we often go by the abbreviated nickname "PARR". PARR operates on a 100% volunteer basis with all proceeds going to our cause and the animals. Any and all items or monetary donations go directly to the expenses of supporting these animals. This includes veterinary expenses, transport, "pull" fees, food/boarding or stabling/supplies/etc, legal fees, advertising/event costs, merchandise expenses, website and technology fees etc. Individuals on the Board are not paid for their positions. We offer 100% transparency and are happy to answer any questions and provide all financial information at any time. Our officers, directors, and volunteers take a neutral position with respect to the controversy associated with horse racing. Our efforts focus on the well being, re-homing, and education and support of ex-racehorses and finding them new careers after their racing careers have ended. We also support at-risk shelter dogs and occasional at-risk horses that end up neglected or in auction/slaughter situations when finances and abilities allow us to help. Any "listings" are simply to help network animals into new homes and we can not be responsible for the representation of those animals.