Rebetta – Rehabilitating – In Need of Sponsors
Rebetta is a 11-year-old Off-the-Track Thoroughbred who stands at __ hands. Rebetta’s Jockey Club Name is “Rebetta” and as of now we decided to keep her name. Rebetta only raced twice not making any earnings, which is rare unless she got hurt when racing. Rebetta somehow became an Amish Buggy Horse! Normally, the Amish Community uses Saddlebreds and Standardbreds for their buggies, it is rare for them to get a Thoroughbred every once in a while. Sadly, after the Amish was done with Rebetta she ended up in one of the nastiest kill pens in the United States which is located in North Carolina. She has severe rain rot all over her body and majority of her lower body is covered in mud. This just comes to show how nasty these kill pens are. When she arrived at quarantine she still had her Road Shoes on from the Amish. She is a 1.5 on the body scale which is the lowest score a horse can reach. She arrived here at the rescue on April 29, 2021, she will still have a long way to go before she is fully rehabilitated. She has two large symmetrical patches of missing hair on both sides. This is most likely from carriage harnesses. We will cover it up daily to protect the skin from the sun. We were told she was sound but we want to double check and make sure everything is good with her before adopting her out. We will update her page once she is here and we learn her personality!
To follow Rebetta’s progress please check out our Facebook Page and or our Instagram Page. For adoption information fill the form out below or call 904-236-8928. We are accepting adoption applications for Rebetta at this time but she will not be adopted out until she is fully rehabilitated and has received a soundness check along with a riding evaluation.
If you would like to be a sponsor for Rebetta please sign up for your reoccurring monthly donations using PayPal. Recommended donations amounts are $25, $50, $75, or $100 (Full Sponsorship). You can also adjust the amount to how much you want to donate. Singular bequests are also welcomed!