The recipient mare's teeth were also very neglected, so she required an immediate power float. Along with a set of vaccinations, now it's time to wait for the farrier, get a new set of shoes to protective her sensitive soles, and wait for her to heal.
The longterm prognosis is a good one: given the right care and time to heal, it's likely "Imwilliecute" can be rehabilitated into a happy, sound riding horse. We certainly will try -- we always do.
If you would like to donate toward Imwilliecute's rehabilitation, please do so through our website athttp://www.auctionhorsesrescue.com/donate.html
Tomorrow, the other three recipient mares -- Springisintheair, Mud In The Hall, and the unidentified tattooed mare -- will be seen by Dr. Kemper!
And we are still working on finding the "last recipient mare standing" a safe rescue home!!!