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Gelding

Rainbow Meadows was asked to take two 8 year old, untouched, TB stallions. Dre was one of those horses. Rainbow Meadows has had to take his training slowly. He is halter broke and has completed ground training (carrying a saddle without a rider). He still has some of his stallion tendencies and needs a confidant handler to continue his training.

Gelding

Eli and two other young weanlings were dumped along the Kansas/Oklahoma border in the early summer of 2015. After failed attempts at catching these youngsters, local authorities left them to fend for themselves. Fortunately a local resident took the initiative to entice the horses onto her property to keep them safe. She provided care for a number of months before realizing that she had three yearlings which were not even halter trained and... more

Mare

Elise and two other young weanlings were dumped along the Kansas/Oklahoma border in the early summer of 2015. After failed attempts at catching these youngsters, local authorities left them to fend for themselves. Fortunately a local resident took the initiative to entice the horses onto her property to keep them safe. She provided care for a number of months before realizing that she had three yearlings which were not even halter trained and... more

Mare

Ella and two other young weanlings were dumped along the Kansas/Oklahoma border in the early summer of 2015. After failed attempts at catching these youngsters, local authorities left them to fend for themselves. Fortunately a local resident took the initiative to entice the horses onto her property to keep them safe. She provided care for a number of months before realizing that she had three yearlings which were not even halter trained and... more

Mare

Fenix was severly neglected along with 55 other horses. A veterinarian contacted Rainbow Meadows to ask for help. Rainbow Meadows was able to have the owner relinquish Fenix and a mare/foal pair. Once they arrived Rainbow Meadows immidiately started refeeding. Fenix was unable to get up of 3 days but she was a fighter. With help from Rainbow Meadows staff she was able to get up on the 4th day. She was gaining weight and strength. after 30... more

Gelding

Flash came to Rainbow Meadows when his owner failed to make boarding payments to a stable in Wichita. The stable owner made the decision that Flash would be hauled to a local sale, but luckily, a concerned individual stepped in and contact Rainbow Meadows, likely saving him from a probable purchase by a kill buyer at the sale. Flash is a sweetheart looking for his forever home.

Gelding

Flynt was simply too much horse for his owner and yet she wanted to ensure his safety by asking that Rainbow Meadows accept him into their program. He was adopted and with his new family for nearly two years when the grandkids began to grow up and head off to school and he was not being ridden so he was returned to the rescue. Flynt is a truly nice guy. He can be a dominant and opinionated but behaves well with a qualified rider/handler.

Mare

Freska spent most of her life in a barn by herself with very little human contact. Rainbow Meadows was contacted and asked to take her. With work and care Freska has come to enjoy human contact and is starting her ground/saddle training. She is an opinionated mare but learns quickly.

Gelding

Frost and two pasture mates were discovered by Oklahoma authorities as being underweight due to neglect. At the same time, Frost’s owners were being investigated for neglect of their numerous dogs. The authorities notified them that they would have to rehome the horses or face possible charges. Rainbow Meadows medical director, Jan Johnston, DVM, was present at the time of the investigation and recommended that the horses be relinquished to... more

Mare

This lovely paint mare was running at large for well over a month in southeast Kansas, where she was regularly spotted in the evening at one particular location. In 2014, Kansas experienced a brutally cold winter, and her ability to fend for herself of compromised. Rainbow Meadows was contacted by the property owner of Gypsy's regular evening stop, who was concerned about Gypsy's safety and the risk of her being hit by a car on a... more

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