Two to Tango (Second Chance Ranch, #1) by Kelsey AbramsNatalie has a lot on her plate. She cant seem to get Second Chance Ranchs newest rescued horse, Tango, to barrel race. Shes also missing her best friend Sophia who recently moved away. A new girl in town, Darcy, seems like she could be bestie material, but she doesnt like to do any of the things Natalie and Sophia did together - and shes allergic to animals! Can Natalie help Tango learn a new skill while she learns a few of her own?
Second Chance Ranch Equine Rescue
C radled on a gentle crook of East Street against dense woodland and pristine farmland is a beautiful haven for both horses and humans. The rescue began with Paul and Karen Bacon, Somers residents who share a deep love for all animals. The two met simply and perfectly at the Big E, an event rooted in agriculture. From the time we met in , 77 days later on December 11 at pm, we were married. That was forty-nine years ago. Karen had already had her first horse at the time, one she had gotten as teenager. She grew up on Park Street in Enfield, a neighborhood surrounded by tobacco fields and farmland.
He is a great companion to his girl friend: Aiyanna. They are a perfect match. Over the weekend SCR rescued horses from auction that were in need. I saw the posts but I can't seem to find the group I saw it on. Do you know this horse?
We also offer boarding, training and lessons. The love of horses has brought us together to form an organization that has the simple goal of providing horses in need with a second chance. We are a registered c 3 Non-profit dedicated to caring for as many horses in need as possible. Our horses are special. Often injured or older, they are no longer able to work as performance horses, but they thrive in our small amazing community of riders and horse lovers.
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We rescue these horses whenever possible, and nurse them back to health and facilitate a second chance. As new rescues arrive they are mostly untouched by humans. Interacting and gaining the horses trust is our first goal. Our primary intention is to get halters on, so they can be handled safely and assessed by our veterinarian and farrier. Ongoing training continues with all horses, focusing towards solid ground work, and suiting them with a new forever home.
These are the horse currently with SCR. Click on the thumbnails to open their gallery with additional pictures. Andy is a , 10yo mini tri-paint donkey that stands about 36 inches. Andy is new to the rescue, and has been fun to have around. Andy is kind, affectionate, and has begun ground driving.