HAROTC & LPA… Horse Meat dealers, public funds: What else?

Last night I was a little more than upset..

So here is a recap.

Mary Cooper-Ware was the director & co-founder of LPA, & the director & co-founded HAROTC,

Her husband is Lt Mike Ware is the investigating Officer in most of the Thurston County Horse cases,

Connie Patterson was the head of HAROTC is also the Director of Animal Services of Thurston County,

HAROTC has other folks listed as directors & presidents BUT in the newspapers, it is either this Mary Cooper-Ware woman, Bailey woman, or the Patterson Woman who is the “spokesman/director/co-founder.

LPA was trolling craigslist & running ads looking for free livestock to sell to Schorno’s a international horse meat distributor & Premarin foal (pregnant horse pee) dealer.

Mary Cooper-Ware Claims to not have any knowledge this was happening, but til 2010 she was still involved with this woman & LPA.Meanwhile she has publicly admitted she had a Bull at foster with the meat dealer & that she sold it at auction after it was all healed up, because no one is going to buy a sick animal to eat.

So my questions (& there are many more questions than answers) were if she has her hand in both then what is happening to the “rescued” horses? HAROTC says they have taken in 417 animals, but their adoptions don’t match the numbers,it says they have only re-homed 32 animals on their petfinder page.There are several stories about them selling rescued animals at auction. What is the point of rescuing them: Just to sell them to be slaughtered???

They have actually used the meat dealer as a “foster” since 1995.

They also are in the newspapers talking about their latest cases but FAILED to mention that they gave away one woman’s horse & killed another one of them.They also like to brag that they have only lost ONE case against any animals owners, but if the shelter, the rescue & the investigating officer are all connected then that is a BIG HUGE IMPROPRIETY.These are public monies, this needs to be investigated by the Washington State Attorney General’s Office.

Oh & we can’t forget that the Prosecutor Cassandra Jones shows up at the scene when they serve the warrants!!! HAVE YOU EVER HEARD OF A PROSECUTOR SHOWING UP WHEN A WARRANT IS SERVED? HOW CAN SHE PROSECUTE? ISN’T SHE TECHNICALLY A WITNESS AT THAT POINT?

How many owners KNOW that when Lt Mike Ware shows up at their house they are going down? They then charge the owners 10 to 16K to care for the animals, some they have already given away, or that are dead.They also get grants & funding from Animal Services as well as other parts of City/County Govt, which makes them publicly accountable.Yet they are always saying they have no funds to care for any animals, all they do is newspaper stories about how broke they are & all they do is beg on their facebook page.

Donations are a big part of rescue because MOST rescues don’t get 10 to 16K per seizure, nor do they receive Govt funding.

Here is what the Secretary of State’s Office shows for LPA & HAROTC… I have removed personal addresses

LIVESTOCK PROTECTION ASSOCIATION
UBI Number    601101665
Category    REG
Profit/Nonprofit    Nonprofit
Active/Inactive    Inactive
State Of Incorporation    WA
WA Filing Date    08/12/1988
Expiration Date 08/31/2010
Inactive Date    12/01/2010
Duration    Perpetual
Registered Agent Information
Agent Name    DEBBIE MOSS
Address
City    YELM
State    WA
ZIP    98597
Governing Persons
Treasurer 
Fletcher, Lilli  YELM, WA
President
HART, KRIS  RAINIER, WA
Director 
WARE, MARY  ROCHESTER WA
Director    
MOSS, DEBBIE     YELM, WA
http://www.sos.wa.gov/corps/search_detail.aspx?ubi=601101665

HOOVED ANIMAL RESCUE OF THURSTON COUNTY
UBI Number    601912865
Category    REG
Profit/Nonprofit    Nonprofit
Active/Inactive    Active
State Of Incorporation    WA
WA Filing Date    11/05/1998
Expiration Date    11/30/2012
Inactive Date
Duration    Perpetual
Registered Agent Information
Agent Name    John Countryman
Address
City    YELM
State    WA
ZIP    98597
Address
City    EAST OLYMPIA
State    WA
Zip    98540
Governing Persons
Treasurer    
Countryman, John  YELM, WA
Secretary  
Holbrook, Diana  ROCHESTER, WA
Vice President  
Jolley, Bev RAINIER, WA
Vice President    
KING, TERESA  YELM, WA
President  
Bailey, Kathy  RAINIER, WA
http://www.sos.wa.gov/corps/search_detail.aspx?ubi=601912865

I found this story about Paula Nichols from a person who HATES her guts, who has been hell bent on destroying her, the point is that even HE can see how much bulldoody this story is & he lays it out point by point

Re: Police seize starving fair animals-WA
I think that Thurston County officals and Hooved Animal Rescue did a real number on Paula Nichols too, following the pattern of attacking other rescuers. I don’t think that Paula Nichols did anything wrong except to live in Thurston County.

Re: [Phoenix_Exotics] Re: Police seize starving fair animals-WA

Hello, Deborah-Ann.
After Miss Nichols was arrested and charged with the offenses she committed in Thurston County, I contacted and spoke with Lt. Ware of the Thurston County Sheriff’s Office.

Re: [REXANO] Re: [Phoenix_Exotics] Police seize starving fair animals-WA

http://www.kirotv.com/news/17132596/detail.html

Go to this link, click on the slideshow, and look very carefully at the ribcage of the “emaciated” llama. What I see there is a physical impossibility. It is like there is a huge concavity just back of the right shoulder from about the middle of the torso to the spine, including the spine in a way that would require the crushing of bones to make the shape. Worse than that, that shape simply can’t exist because the spine of any animal has a certain width and the photograph shows zero width from the centerline of the spine to the right side of the animal in the area in question.

The left side of the animal does not match the right side of the animal. The neck is not as emaciated as the appearance of the right side of the torso. The belly is completely normal and is not congruent with the appearance of the right shoulder, ribcage, or withers. The concavity is the result of a really bad attempt to morph that part of the picture. The picture is digitally blurred: Compare it to the news photographs where you can clearly what a shaved llama should look like. The blurring erases some of the tracks from the morphing. The animal that is shown being handled is of a perfectly normal weight.

Llamas don’t come with “an ounce of fat.” That llama is young but quite heavy with muscle, which shows that it is well fed. Any of these images can be saved by using the “Print Scrn” button on a PC compatible, which is just to the right of the F12 key, and pasting into your favorite viewer. Then save as and choose your folder and file name. The victim of this assault on her civil liberties deserves to sue someone over all of this. It’s way too easy for someone like Hooved Animal Rescue to obscure who did what to whom, when, and how, and to try to disclaim responsibility. The whole thing requires a very careful investigation. I want her to have money and sympathetic experts and some kind of pull to get the venue away from the judges that HAR uses. Someone accused me of believing everything that I see in the media. That is probably doublespeak for “doesn’t believe what he sees in the media.” This is ironic because this person uses the media to manipulate people. The “underfed animals” trick is so old it should have gone out with vaudeville. That was no lady… The reason that the news cameras don’t show any emaciated animals is because there were none at the fair. That is a reasonable thing to say when the only photograph that shows emaciation was manipulated, poorly and obviously, and the words of Connie Patterson contradict what is plain to see when she was showing the news crew.

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Here is an article written by a volunteer for HAROTC (obviously) but the comments are very telling, I took out about 50 of them but left one’s that need to be noted. Judging from the comment HAROTC has a history of seizing animals & only showing pix of the animals in bad shape & using lighting to make them look even worse & selling or giving away animals before a case is resolved

But my trainer said they look fine! Aug 31 2009

Another day, another self-centered idiot who refuses to have a number of horses she can actually feed. The best part was her comment in the title – I can’t wait until I can tell you who the trainer is but I can’t say just yet. These came from Yelm, Washington and this afternoon I was on site visiting the seized horses. My pics are below.

See the mare who set herself up, Arab halter-style? That is one heck of a nice quality mare. I can’t wait to find out who she is but the owner ignored the warrant and refused to release the papers. (If you recognize a horse in my pics, by all means, please comment!) The pinto is also a heck of a nice mare who is going to be beautiful with weight on. The horses are Saddlebreds, Arabians and pinto half-Arabians with a few minis thrown in for good measure. The ridiculous teeth belong to a mini stallion with a wry nose. ‘Cause that needs to breed on! I had the opportunity to work a bit with the “wild, uncontrollable” stallion while I was visiting and he needed to be removed from his stall for cleaning. I think it took me a whopping 3 minutes to halter him…as soon as he realized wither scratches feel awesome, he was eager to make friends and get more. I was on the alert, expecting nipping, striking, rearing and other naughty colt behaviors but Taco failed miserably at being a wild, uncontrollable stallion, doing nothing more than backing up a few steps and stopping when he realized, hey, no one was pulling on him and there was no chain. Taco desperately needs 300 lbs and 2 nonessential body parts removed, but after that I suspect someone will have a darn nice show horse in the making.

Hooved Animal Rescue of Thurston County has all of these guys going to foster homes this week to continue fattening up and have their feet and other needs attended to. HARTC does a great job in a county where problems are many and funding is scarce and these horses are going to need a lot of help, as you can see.


  1. grandje says: September 5, 2009 at 3:36 pmIts sad when animals are abused or neglected. I am curious though if I remember correctly there were nearly 30 animals taken yet you only have pictures of 3 or 4 animals? What are the ages of the animals in question? Did any of them have medical issues asside from neglect that could possibly explain a low wieght? I used to have a horse that was over 30 that I couldn’t keep weight on but wasn’t going to put her down as she was not sick or feeble. Pictures aren’t always what they seem, remember when our president looked to be bowing to an arab prince???
  1. grandje says: September 5, 2009 at 3:44 pmhorslovr says: September 3, 2009 at 9:02 amI accidentally posted this under the srong story So, here it is again, a little modified. The reason that mare set herself up halter is because the trainer primarily does halter. He trains Arabians and is located in the Yelm/Tenino area. He and his wife show in the Arab circuit and have for years. If it is is true that he knowingly kept horses under these conditions with this person, who by the way IS a client of his and has been for several years, it is the most shamful thing I can imagine. Of course, they(trainers) will deny their part in any of this They always do! There are definately those people who should never own animals and are just plain ignorant and then there are these people who know better. They (trainers) are to represent and be an example of how to properly care for a horse. After all this is supposed to be their profession.There are many people in this community who know EXACTLY who he and his wife and the woman who had them are. If those involved with Arabians and any kind of training think about it long enough, they do too! As far as the horse, Taco, she has had this horse for several years supposedly as a rescue. He doesn’t look any better than when she first got him. He was stabled with this trainer, at his barn, for a while. What does that tell you????*Didn’t the person taking the pictures say Taco was two years old? If that is true then your information seems to be incorrect.”
  1. grandje says: September 5, 2009 at 3:50 pmhorslovr says: September 3, 2009 at 9:02 amI accidentally posted this under the srong story So, here it is again, a little modified.I too have gone to see these horses and the pictures don’t do the level of neglect justice. Pictures do not show the sad, defeated look in their eyes or their frailness. It is by far the saddest thing I have ever seen. Shame on all of them!*I would be curious to see pictures of the other 20 some odd animals to see if all of them are in the same shape. I see pictures above of 3 animals and not much specific information on the rest of the animals. This seems like alot of hatred without much factual information or vet reports.*
  1. fhotd says: September 5, 2009 at 4:12 pmThere are pictures of 3 or 4 because the volunteers were busy actually working, it was too dark in the barn to get clear pics, and I did not think that making them drag all the horses out for pics was a good use of their time. I assure you, none of these horses are 30 (and even if they were, try reading my old horses thread to see what 30 OUGHT and SHOULD look like). I will out the trainer as soon as I have the ok to do so but it’s obvious the locals have this figured out. All I have to say is, if your horse is in training/on a lease in the Yelm, WA area and you’re NOT checking on him, maybe you might want to do that.
  1. grandje says: September 11, 2009 at 2:13 amfhotd says: September 5, 2009 at 4:12 pmThere are pictures of 3 or 4 because the volunteers were busy actually working, it was too dark in the barn to get clear pics, and I did not think that making them drag all the horses out for pics was a good use of their time.* Why would they drag all the horses out for pics? The animals would need to be taken out of the barn on the way to whichever trailer is going to take them off of the property, correct? Wouldn’t you need pictures of each animal as well as a vet report on each animal at the time of confiscation in order to show actual neglect? What was the name of the Vet that was on sight to do the animal inspections? *I assure you, none of these horses are 30 (and even if they were, try reading my old horses thread to see what 30 OUGHT and SHOULD look like).
  1. grandje says: September 12, 2009 at 12:41 pm*chirp chirp* I hear crickets chirping but no answers to my questions… Horslovr… fhotd…??
  1. sneakers2 says: September 12, 2009 at 10:04 pmInstant idiots…. Obviously most bloggers visiting this site are so narrow-minded they only have one ear!!! I have yet to see a firm and fit 30 year old horse — the equivalent of a 90-year old person. Anyone remember that a horse over 12 years is called a “smooth mouth” for a reason? I do have some information about this seizure. There was no vet present–the vet didn’t examine the animals until the following Tuesday.At the seizure, the horse owner was told “the vet is on the way” but probably had never been notified of the seizure until after the fact.It is unfortunate that many folks open their mouths before checking the facts. Show the photos of all the horses so the bloggers can see these horses were in relatively good condition. It is obvious that most folks involved in the “rescue” don’t which know end of the horse to feed. Perhaps the most assinine comment on the TV coverage was the comment that “this horse’s chest is so thin that it only needs one hole for both legs”. Which rock did this person crawl out from under? ALso was a noted that a pygmy goat was seized because it had a pot belly (OMG) what would have happened with a pot bellied pig? One of the features of pygmy goats is that they have a giant belly (as opposed to Alpine or Nubian goats). Several animals were ponies taken from pasture with the allegation of “worm overload”. Anyone who has owned or been around ponies know that ponies on pasture get hay bellies — and that is not necessarily “neglect”. Questions– there are a lot more questions than answers.
  1. fhotd says: September 12, 2009 at 10:29 pmI have posted many pictures of “firm and fit” 30 year olds. Check the old horse thread. None of the horses seized was that age, and many were in despicably thin condition. The comment that both legs came out of the same hole on some was sadly perfectly descriptive. I have no doubt after seeing the horses myself that this was a severe case of totally avoidable neglect. And of course, all horses were promptly treated by an excellent vet. But you defenders keep up with the silly statements. They are so easy to prove wrong.
  1. grandje says: September 18, 2009 at 2:34 pmThank you sneakers for shedding a little more light on the subject. My whole skepticism in this ordeal started when I saw the tv news coverage as well. When they showed the mini’s with hay bellies that were in a pasture it reminded me of a friend of mines who looked the same and were not neglected. It’s starting to sound more and more like an unlawful confiscation of animals under the unfounded “guise” of neglect. It also seems like an abuse of bestowed power and those responsible for the confiscation could/should face criminal charges. People who seemingly act like bullies such as these people are lucky they don’t get shot, although I don’t think the honest pet owners who are being stolen from realize it until after it’s over. This however doesn’t mean I don’t think actual animal cruelty and neglect happens however it seems this is not one of those cases.
  1. Chelsea says: September 29, 2009 at 12:51 pmI know these horses & people. My step sister Desiree Lewis, she was shown on the interveiw.. only ONE of these horses were rescued. The black Arabian mare, Wago. There is one grey Arabian who is in her late 20′s. & the Pinto mare who is in her 30′s.. STILL THERE IS NO EXCUSE FOR THERE WEIGHT & CONDITION. I have wanted to call on there horses for years now. I have always told them “they need this & they need that” but my mom always said don’t start anything it’s not your fault & i feel terrible. My sister is daiting her the son of the lady who owns these animals.. They have other animals. About 30 or so more dogs that they did not take that some are in bad condtion as well.. There is a black arabian filly, barley two years old who they bred & has they bay filly at her side… It’s just a shame.. She is skin & bones.. There is one TB they had. The rest are arabians & half arabians.. Poeople like this should not own animals. They don’t have the money, the resorces, or the propor fecility to own & provide for them. I hope they get what they deserve for this.. OH & THERE “TRAINER”. SOME GUY WHO GOT SHUT DOWN BECAUSE HE REFUSED TO PAY HIS RENT MONEY AT A BARN. HES A JOKE. HE TAKES PEOPLES MONEY & PUTS THE HORSES IN THERE STALLS. He isn’t a trainer. He’s a moron who claims he knows what he’s doing but uses harsh “cowboy” methods & the horses come back beaten & broke. But no trainer. ANYONE can abuse an animal.
  1. Chelsea says: September 29, 2009 at 12:57 pmOh & also.. Iknow for a FACT these horses haddent been wormed in AGES! They weren’t on ANY pasture. They were in a DIRT pen with THOUSANDS of rocks! NO GRASS!! These horses were NOT in “rekativley good shape” these horses & ponies & gots & sheep were in terrible condition. So if YOU had any brains YOU should know that. & yes it’s rare to see a fit horse in there late 20′s & older but that’s no excuse to be in THAT bad of shape They should have there teeth floated & be on seinor feed of some sort. KNOW WHAT YOUR TALKING ABOUT BEFORE YOU TRY & ACT SMART. What do you say about there hooves? These horses were kept in UNFAIR conditions. There was NOT ANY ROOM in that small pasture for all these animals!! There was hardley ANY shelter for no more then 3 at a time. No horses got blanketed in the winter except the 3 older ones.. SOME PEOPLES NERVE TO ACTUALLY TRY TO DEFEND PEOPLE LIKE THIS! I know the whole story & i know these people personally..
    But what they have done IS W R O N G hello!!
  1. Desiree says: October 4, 2009 at 10:59 pmThis has gone to far. I am sick of all the slander you do gooders have to offer. This is NOT a case of abuse or neglect. These “Rescuers” have no idea what they are talking about. They can not even figure out names and sexes of these animals. Most of these horses are in there 20′s and 30′s. Feed twice a day with grass hay alfalfa and senior grain. And the water was kept up also. The owner DID NOT state that she only fed twice a week. That is stupid one of those moron rescuers did. I am tierd of this they had 6 horses teeth floated with in this year. And all vet checked this year. How come they NEVER showed pictures of the other horses they have had sence they were babys. And Chelsea the little girl that wrote the blog on Sept. 29th she has no idea what she is talking about. They need to go out and see her horse, she is ungratful. Always leaving the horse alone for days at a time while she goes to her boyfriends house. The horses ribs are showing and he is only 2. He is a blind stud, she wanted to breed him to one of our mares. Also your going to punish some one for doing a good deed. Most of these horses would not even be living if it were not for the owner. People would not look twice a these horses. But the rescue can not even take care of them. As stated in the Olympian.The owner had the money too. And still does. Give the horses back. She did not abuse or neglect them. All of you are negeleting to see the fact that you tore these horses away from there home. The owner loved them like her own children. Oh and to clear something up The bay arabian mare, she is in her late 20s and they did not ride her because she is older. Let the horse be retired thats what mostly all of them are doing. Living the rest of there days out on a nice little farm BEING TAKEN CARE OF!!!! and i am sorry but if one of you do gooders theys to tell me different you have no idea what you are talking about so just shut up and go ride one of your quarter horsesThanks SO much Desiree
  1. Desiree says: October 4, 2009 at 11:34 pmSlander words falsely spoken that damage the reputation of another charge falsely or with malicious intent; attack the good name and reputation of someone. Next, time ya’ll decide to take matters into your own hands; just realize your digging your own hole. Must feel good doing that huh…?
  1. LuvzHerHorses says: October 7, 2009 at 11:05 amI have quite a bit to say in response to everything posted over the last month… so please bear with me.Fantasia states Doesnt the dimwit owner have to be convicted before they can place any of the horses since this wasn’t a voluntary surrenderNormally yes… But to prove how screwed up the Hooved Animal Rescue is and how they will take anyone’s animals to make a few bucks, they put them all up for sale immediately. Not something I would expect them to admit freely, but something I happen to know as a fact. They were also suppose to bring a vet out to the premises to rate these horses before seizing them and they did not do that either. The vet did not go to see the horses for three days. So for all we know they starved them after taking them just so they could have their pathetic pictures and low ratings.Anna… You seem to think the horse with the damaged feet is unhappy and in pain have you seen the horse personally? How do you really know he is unhappy? If you look closely to the pictures you can see that the horse had a recent feet trimming. The horse came to her that way and they were in the process of repairing the damage. Again… this is another case of someone who is passing judgment without all the facts.

    Anyone who feeds their animal the local grass (which I believe she was feeding some of the animals) is going to get the bloated belly. Can I just point out that the lady on the news report contradicted herself when she said the big hay belly… the big belly on the mini is from a worm overload Which is it? A hay belly or worms… you can not have both. Oh and for the record the owner had ALL feces tested and low and behold there were no worms detected.

    I would also like to know why, if you watch the news story none of the horses on the story reflect the pictures posted. This takes me back to my above comment of them being starved after they were taken to make the horses look bad.

    I happen to know this trainer that everyone keeps referring too. I have four horses at his facility and in his care. I have been going out to his facility 6 days a week for almost a year, when I put my first horse in training with him. I would like to clear a few things up:

    First Chelsea needs to shut her mouth because this trainer DOES NOT beat the horses. This trainer has more talent in his little finger then most of the trainers in this area. Most of the trainers around here like to talk trash and spread rumors about other trainers to gain business. This trainer has an amazing bond with all the animals in his care.

    Second I do not know where everyone is getting their information but the trainer NEVER said the horses looked fine These animals were NOT at his facility and it was not his responsibility to feed them. I would also like to mention that he ONLY had three of her horse in training at his facility EVER and that was over nine months ago. He has not been involved with the horses since.

    Third and finally… Again Chelsea… you need to get your facts straight. The trainer was never shut down because he refused to pay his rent. What happened is really no ones business, but those of us who are close to this trainer and know the truth know what happened. All that needs to be said is that the trainer upheld his end of the contract.

  1. fhotd says: October 7, 2009 at 11:10 am>>I happen to know this trainer that everyone keeps referring too. I have four horses at his facility and in his care. I have been going out to his facility 6 days a week for almost a year, when I put my first horse in training with him.< <Really? Because I wouldn’t leave a horse there with what the horses in his front yard look like. By the way, which facility are you talking about, the place he’s in now or the place he got foreclosed out of or the place he got kicked out of before that?
  1. LuvzHerHorses says: October 7, 2009 at 2:17 pmThe fact that you only responded to a very small portion of my response proves that you are making this a personal attack against this trainer, and that is just sad. I don’t understand how this started as a seizure of horses at one persons property to attacking a trainer that had nothing to do with the horses. As far as the two horses out front…. when is the last time you went by there? And do you know ANYTHING about those two horses? I think not… but I do….
  1. fhotd says: October 7, 2009 at 2:28 pmNo, it proves I’m busy and don’t have enough time to comment endlessly on my own blog. The criminals in this case have been charged and I’ll be posting a new blog entry soon with the update so you can blather away then. I personally attack everybody who neglects horses. That’s one of the main topics of this blog. I’m not singling him out. Every defense on this thread is RIDICULOUS. Age is NEVER an excuse for a horse to be emaciated. I can show you FAT thirty year olds all day.

Here is another story where they admit to selling the horses at Auction to get money from 1995, so here is the PROOF that HAROTC sells rescues at auction, so that is just MORE money in their pockets. Oh & please note who the director is: Mary Cooper-Ware How could ANYONE support a “rescue” like this? How disgusting is this?

Severe horse neglect Thurston County, WA (US) Incident Date: Tuesday, Feb 28, 1995 County: Thurston Disposition: Convicted Case Images: 1 files available

Defendants/Suspects:» Wayne Nichols» Rebecca Nichols

Wayne Nichols, 67, and Rebecca “Bunny” Nichols, 61, were ordered at the time not to possess any horses other than those agreed to by a county prosecutor, and to allow them to be inspected periodically. The horses had been confiscated more than a year earlier and later were sold at auction, in part to cover a private group’s costs of care that topped $34,000.

But the 1994-95 Washington state case apparently didn’t come to light at the time, because the couple had entered what’s known as an “Alford plea,” not admitting to the underlying facts, but acknowledging they probably would lose at trial  a procedure legally seen as a guilty plea.

A Medford woman who became aware of the couple’s arrest contacted Mary Ware of Hooved Animal Rescue of Thurston County (http://www.har-otc.com/), who was involved in the previous case and passed on information about it officials in Bend.

PETFINDER INFO: ADOPTED ANIMALS so where are the other 385 animals??? So where is the money from the animals that are auctioned off?

Adopted Pets from Hooved Animal Rescue of Thurston County (Olympia, WA)

Photo Name Features Organization
Picture Simon Goat

Senior, Male

Hooved Animal Rescue of Thurston County
Olympia, WA
Picture Perfect and Bossy Goat

Young, Female

Hooved Animal Rescue of Thurston County
Olympia, WA
Picture Angel Goat

Adult, Female

Hooved Animal Rescue of Thurston County
Olympia, WA
Picture Stella and Lucy Llama

Adult, Female

Hooved Animal Rescue of Thurston County
Olympia, WA
Picture Rob Appaloosa

Young, Male

Hooved Animal Rescue of Thurston County
Olympia, WA
Picture Jax Arabian

Adult, Male

Hooved Animal Rescue of Thurston County
Olympia, WA
Picture Quince Arabian

Young, Male

Hooved Animal Rescue of Thurston County
Olympia, WA
Picture Maria Arabian

Adult, Female

Hooved Animal Rescue of Thurston County
Olympia, WA
Picture Oliver Arabian

Young, Male

Hooved Animal Rescue of Thurston County
Olympia, WA
Picture Kisha Arabian

Adult, Female

Hooved Animal Rescue of Thurston County
Olympia, WA
Picture Nugget Arabian

Adult, Female

Hooved Animal Rescue of Thurston County
Olympia, WA
Picture Oo La La Arabian
Paint/Pinto
Senior, Female
Hooved Animal Rescue of Thurston County
Olympia, WA
Picture Turbo Arabian
Quarterhorse
Young, Male
Hooved Animal Rescue of Thurston County
Olympia, WA
Picture Stewart Donkey

Senior, Male

Hooved Animal Rescue of Thurston County
Olympia, WA
Picture Shadow Morgan

Adult, Male

Hooved Animal Rescue of Thurston County
Olympia, WA
Picture Woody Morgan

Young, Male

Hooved Animal Rescue of Thurston County
Olympia, WA
Picture Thelma Lou Mule

Adult, Female

Hooved Animal Rescue of Thurston County
Olympia, WA
Picture Mia Paint/Pinto

Adult, Female

Hooved Animal Rescue of Thurston County
Olympia, WA
Picture Roxy Paint/Pinto

Young, Female

Hooved Animal Rescue of Thurston County
Olympia, WA
Picture Classy Pony

Senior, Female

Hooved Animal Rescue of Thurston County
Olympia, WA
Picture Dolly Pony

Young, Female

Hooved Animal Rescue of Thurston County
Olympia, WA
Picture Starlight Quarterhorse

Adult, Female

Hooved Animal Rescue of Thurston County
Olympia, WA
Picture Copper Quarterhorse

Adult, Male

Hooved Animal Rescue of Thurston County
Olympia, WA
Picture Cash Quarterhorse

Baby, Male

Hooved Animal Rescue of Thurston County
Olympia, WA
Picture Lakota Quarterhorse

Baby, Male

Hooved Animal Rescue of Thurston County
Olympia, WA

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Picture Tango Quarterhorse

Young, Male

Hooved Animal Rescue of Thurston County
Olympia, WA
Picture Sugar Quarterhorse
Arabian
Adult, Female
Hooved Animal Rescue of Thurston County
Olympia, WA
Picture Sally Quarterhorse
Arabian
Adult, Female
Hooved Animal Rescue of Thurston County
Olympia, WA
Picture Sugar Quarterhorse
Arabian
Young, Female
Hooved Animal Rescue of Thurston County
Olympia, WA
Picture Goldie Quarterhorse
Paint/Pinto
Adult, Female
Hooved Animal Rescue of Thurston County
Olympia, WA
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Senior, Male

Hooved Animal Rescue of Thurston County
Olympia, WA
Picture Firefly Thoroughbred

Adult, Female

Hooved Animal Rescue of Thurston County
Olympia, WA
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