Meet Sadie – A Mustang Rescued from the Slaughter Pipeline

Once living wild and free, Sadie was taken from her home on public lands and eventually ended up on a kill buyer’s lot. Thanks to donor support, Sadie is now safe and in a special training assessment program.

Sadie is one of dozens of horses (including several mustangs) rescued during a large scale removal of horses in the slaughter pipeline during late September 2019 into November 2019.

She was buddied up to Roxy (another mustang mare) on the lot and both remained together during their initial quarantine and early rehabilitation phases. The two mustang mares also befriended an older Quarter Horse mare we named Bella.

Read more about how Sadie has progressed from her page on our website. Additional updates will be posted over the coming weeks and months.