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Category Archives: Camelot
Calliope came from Camelot Auction House with Pearl in November, 2011. She was one of our last Camelot pulls. We believe that she is about 20 yrs old. Calliope also came to us very underweight. She got shipping fever in … Continue reading
Pearl is a 23 yr old Standardbred mare. We have not been able to identify her by her freezebrand. She was rescued from Camelot Auction on November 30, 2011. Pearl was very underweight with a huge wormy belly and horrible … Continue reading
Melody was Hip # 861 at Camelot on 1/5/11. She was brought to the rescue and quickly adopted to be used in a 4-H program. Melody spent the next year working with children. She gave beginner lessons, took children on … Continue reading
There is just something about donkeys that warms the heart. Everyone that has come to the rescue has been sweet and gentle. They can be opinionated but they make people smile. Donkeys just seem to bring out the laughter … Continue reading
Bogey came to us from Camelot Auction House. He was about a 1 body score when he arrived and his ears lopped out to the side. We thought at first that he might be deaf. Bogey had very little handling … Continue reading
Friday night at the NJ auction house, Camelot and 20 odd horses remained. Among these horses were several miniature horses. I’m not sure why they were left there waiting for homes and not scooped up by some family. We are … Continue reading
Irene was also a Camelot horse. She was posted as an aged bay mare with a hitch in her rear. She was saved in the middle of Hurricane Irene and so we named her after the storm. Irene is supposed … Continue reading
Iggy came to Camelot by way of a well know riding school and stable. Iggy has apparently had soundness issues for the last year or so and was sent to auction rather than finding him a retirement home. Iggy is … Continue reading
Update: Storm has been ADOPTED! Storm came to us from Camelot. He is a 16+ hand gaited gelding. Storm is still in QT and under evaluation. What I can tell you about him right now is that he is nicely … Continue reading