So the question becomes, if it is a breeding farm, where are the papers and how did they end up in the Fallon Sale Yard? BTW - the Fallon sale yard is NOT a just killer yard. Lots of horses go there and lots of them get bought by individuals.
who has been to the Fallon auction yard more than once.
On Thu, Oct 25, 2012 at 7:35 AM, Natalie W. <equigal_99@...>
I don't normally forward this sort of thing to the SCA lists but these horses are in great condition and would be excellent prospects if you have the wherewithal to train your own SCA mount. DO NOT CONTACT ME see the links in the forwarded message below for all the info. Thanks.
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From: Jimmy I <eti357@...>
Sent: Wed, October 24, 2012 9:55:59 PM
Subject: Horses need rescuing
I received a call from a woman who runs Toby's Legacy, a horse rescue operation in Temecula. Evidently a large quarterhorse farm in Nevada is in probate after the owners suddenly passed away. The horses, several dozen of them, are needing homes. Toby's legacy is trying to save them from slaughter, but does not have the room at their facility to accomodate them. The horses range from 4 months to 13
years and are apparently well bred. To see the horses visit www.facebook.com/rescuethehorses Or to donate to keep them alive where they are staying temporarily visit www.tobyslegacy.org/qhrescue2012
Siobhan ni Seaghdha, OP