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Meet the horses.
The Kind Farm Inc is a horse rescue based in Mullumbimby, New South Wales, Australia. The horses are rehabilitated on private land in several locations. Meet some of the horses here and check out the adoption page for those horses looking for their fur-ever homes..
Aslan - up for adoption with Sox - late 2022
Aslan came to us with Sox and was very timid and very thin. He is a sweet young horse who has had a rough start.
Sox - up for adoption with Aslan late 2022.
Sox and Aslan have been through so much together they are going to stay together. Sox is a loving, bold character.
Sunny - current resident.
Sunny is an ex-harness racing horse who was not fast enough. He is calm and gentle and has seen a lot and his role is to keep the young colts in line and show them how to lead.
Prince Caspian -now found his fur-ever home.
Everyone who meets this young horse falls in love. He is a strong willed youngster who enjoys life with the herd.
Hero - found his fuur-ever home.
Hero came to us with some health issues and has found a loving caring home.
Wildheart - escaped wild horse cull. Permanent resident.
Wildheart survived an aerial horse cull, and his story was that his mother was shot. He has been through a lot and is a permanent resident.
Diamond - rescued with Dae Dae - long term resident.
Diamond was rescued from a slaughter truck years ago with Dae Dae and is still a wild child. She is a long term resident.
Dae Dae - rescued with Diamond - long term resident.
Dae Dae is a sweet little horse who is only lightly handled. She stands her ground in the herd and is a long term resident.
Juno -has found her fur-ever home.
Juno was found in a sale yard destined for slaughter and has now found her fur-ever home.
Nova - and possibly a foal - has found her fur-ever home.
Nova was an unwanted horse who was at risk of slaughter. She has now found a loving home.
Spirit - looking for his fur-ever home late 2022
Spirit is a young horse who was bound for slaughter. He was delivered to us with Sephira, perhaps his mother. Sadly, she was in such poor health we could not save her.
Sephira - RIP we wish we could have saved you.
Sephira arrived to us in a terrible state - emaciated and covered in wounds and scars. We did our best to save this beautiful, kind and loving horse and sadly she did not make it.
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