Lissa was one of nine horses seized in September 2014 in Coffey County, KS, due to extreme neglect. She and her foal, Kai, were brought to Rainbow Meadows for custodial care, where they were immediately started on a rehabilitation program to counter the effects of severe malnutrition. Lissa was severely emaciated upon arrival and still nursing Kai, but quickly began to... more
Mystik came to us at just a few days old. She came with her dam and another filly. Mystik is a bold and brave young girl. She is confidant and assured. Her dam is a branded BLM Mustang. Information on her sire is unknown.
Sold at a slaughter sale as an "old pony" it became apparrent that she was blind. Her new owners did not want the responsibility of caring for what ended up being a 6 month old filly and asked that Rainbow Meadows step in. Midget has never known sight so is very confident. She would make a wonderful pasture pet in an environment safe for a blind horse.
Nico was found running at large as an intact stallion near Salina, KS. A concerned individual found him with his horses and made the commitment to ensure his safety while seeking the rightful owner. When an owner did not come forward, Rainbow Meadows was asked to provide safe refuge and rehabilitate him, socialize him and find him a new home. Nico is now a cute little... more
Raven, a beautiful flea-bitten Arabian mare, arrived with Sweet Pea in October 2006 where they were found at a killer auction. Luckily, a generous Rainbow Meadows volunteer saw them both and saved them from slaughter. Raven was immediately adopted and lived with her new family until the summer of 2016 (10 years) when her adopter lost her life to cancer. Raven is an... more
Stormy was owned by a young mother of two who found after a divorce that she could no longer care for her three horses. Desperate for assistance, she contacted Rainbow Meadows. The eldest of the group, a BLM Mustang mare and mother to the two younger horses (Stormy and her half brother, Thunder), was placed immediately and the other two horses came to Rainbow Meadows.... more
Abandoned on a pasture near a small Kansas town, Taffy appears to be a Haflinger cross. She demonstrates signs of previous abuse and mistreatment but with calm and gentle handling does quite well. Taffy is being exposed to various training opportunities very slowly to help her progress. She will require an expert handler to continue her training.
Teegan's dam, Halle, was purchased at a KS feed lot with a 3 month old baby on her side. Shortly after that a loving family brought her and the baby home but didn't know Halle was also pregnant. Teegan was a surprise in April of 2017. Unfortulately they did not have the knowledge or resources to raise a foal.The family began looking for a rideable horse and contacted... more