Meet the Herd
Teddy was Cherry’s first rescue. After multiple failed attempts to adopt him out, we realized Teddy was meant to stay at Nalani. He is as playful as a puppy but also has wisdom about him. He’s equally welcoming to new horses and humans alike, and therefore is the perfect ambassador for Nalani.
We found Spirit at the auction in November of 2020, terrified and likely heading to slaughter. He was completely shut down and it has taken a while for him to trust us after a life of cruelty, but he gets braver every day. He lives up to his name full of spunk and personality.
Silverstar Grande is a 10-year-old thoroughbred. We don’t know much about her early years, but she ended up at a livestock auction in Ohio where an Amish man bought her. Fortunately, a man was buying two horses from the Amish man, and she caught his eye; she was standing in a dark, damp, manure-filled barn. He bought her too and then brought her to us. She is currently in quarantine in PA getting healthy enough to travel.
Cavo came from a training barn when he was a lesson horse for many years. At 19 we are giving him time off to just be a horse. He may enjoy being a trail horse in the future but for now, we are letting him exhale.
Brew By You was sold for $30,000 as a yearling. She did her job and placed second in her last two races. After her racing career, she found her way to a kind person where she did her job teaching children to ride. She eventually changed hands to another kind person and she continued to do her job as a safe and dependable lesson horse. Once again she changed hands and found herself in the slaughter pipeline at only 9 years old. She is currently in quarantine in PA. She is very sick but is receiving the care she needs and will come to us when she is cleared by the vet.
Available for Adoption
Charlie and Warrior lived most of their lives together in a loving home. Unfortunately, the circumstances of their owner changed and they became victims of severe neglect. We are working to get them healthy and back to a proper weight. They are extremely bonded and we do not plan to ever separate them. They enjoy eating side by side in their new pasture at Nalani.