Rest In Peace, Rodeo Red.

Rest In Peace, Rodeo Red.

June 2011

Rodeo Red showed up on our doorstep on June 1, 2011 with a group of horses seized by the county.

Rest In Peace, Rodeo Red.

June 2011

He wasn't in terrible shape yet, but a little thin.

Rest In Peace, Rodeo Red.

June 2011

He wasn't with us a week. He was adopted during our adoption days three days after he came.

Rest In Peace, Rodeo Red.

June 2011

A 27-year-old [2011] red roan Quarter Horse, this is no small guy, he stands about 16.1 hands high.

Rest In Peace, Rodeo Red.

June 2011

And he is kid broke.

Rest In Peace, Rodeo Red.

June 2011

Rest In Peace, Rodeo Red.

June 2011

Rest In Peace, Rodeo Red.

June 2011

Rest In Peace, Rodeo Red.

June 2011

He's gone to his new forever home with Amy.

After just a few short months, suddenly everything changed. He died suddenly in February 2012.

His last few months were filled with love and care. He knew he was safe and wanted, and for that we thank Amy and her family.

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