Sadie’s Horses

Mickey when he arrive at Sadie’s Place in the fall of 2014

  Mickey – This beautiful boy arrived at the farm in November of 2014 as an owner-surrender. This 2009 Standardbred was extremely thin but in great spirits and it didn’t take long for him to become a barn favorite. Mickey has now fully recovered, he loves to take long naps in deep straw (wood shavings or pellets just won’t do) and he has had about 18 rides on him. He is happy to work and will make someone a great pleasure/trail horse but is still green so an intermediate level rider (or higher) is a must!  Adoption fee $500.




‘Photo Worth Taking’ – a perfect name for this gorgeous boy!

Photo – This gorgeous lad was seized by the Department of Agriculture in a neglect case. His feet needed some attention but it soon became clear that this charming boy had received some proper training in his day. We discovered after tracing his tattoo (yes, he is a standardbred) that he was 17 years old, and had been saved by a rescue in Pennsylvania when he was just 3-years-old. He somehow slipped through the cracks and they lost track of him. No one really knows how he wound up in Canada’s smallest province, but this time he ended up in a home that was not able to care for him properly –which led him to us. Photo is in a long-term foster home enjoying life to the fullest. He is not available for adoption at this time.



Bailey’s Irish Cream


Bailey –This adorable miniature horse came to us in 2010 as an owner-surrender, in hopes we could help manage her propensity for founder. With proper diet and exercise Bailey has done very well and has become a favorite for horse handling/behavior activities. Bailey is not available for adoption at this time.





Renegade – ADOPTED!

Congratulations Jessica!




Duncan, a trotter, found a new career as a show horse and pet!

Duncan, a trotter, found a new career as a show horse and pet!



Duncan – ADOPTED!  Congratulations Anna!






Regen (Regency) – ADOPTED!

Congratulations Patricia!




Icy (Icing on the Cake)  ADOPTED!

Congratulations Dawn!



Tilly was trained to haul a cart and a sleigh for her new family!


Tilly  Adopted!

Congratulations Bev!






  Admiral – Adopted!

Congratulations  Verna!




Jane – adopted!

Congratulations Carolanne!




Lily – Adopted!

Congratulations Mike!




   Bandit – adopted!

Congratulations Courtney!




   Jake – adopted!

Congratulations Jim and Betty!




Yankee – adopted!

Congratulations Jim and Betty!




Devil – adopted!




Chance when he first arrived, emaciated in 2009



Chance– permanent foster care – thanks Karen and family!

Chance today!

Chance today!








Farah was seized with Photo as part of a neglect case

Farah was seized with Photo as part of a neglect case



Farah passed over the Rainbow Bridge in December 2014




Wyatt saved from slaughter at 6 mo.



Wyatt passed over the Rainbow Bridge in November of 2014






Passed over the rainbow bridge 2010





Passed over the rainbow bridge 2010



Nov. 2012



Chip – Passed over the rainbow bridge July 2013 – Chip arrived at Sadie’s Place November 27, 2012. A 12-year-old Morgan x Arabian gelding, he was thin, dehydrated and suffering from  severe malnutrition. Adding to his situation, he has ‘dropped’ pasterns that were extremely thick and stocky. After eight months of rehabilitation, Chips weight had recovered, but his legs were painfully arthritic and he was humanely euthanized.



Dotty – passed over the rainbow bridge 2010


Rainbow Bridge Legend

There is an old legend of a special place called Rainbow Bridge.

When an animal dies who has been especially close to someone here, that animal goes to Rainbow Bridge. There are meadows and hills for all of our special friends, so they can run and play together. There is plenty of food, water, and sunshine, and our friends are warm and comfortable.

All the animals that had been ill and old are restored to health and vigor. Those who were hurt or maimed are made whole and strong again, just as we remember them in our dreams of days and times gone by. The animals are happy and content, except for one small thing … they each miss someone very special to them, someone who had to be left behind.

They all run and play together, but the day comes when one suddenly stops and looks into the distance. Her bright eyes are intent. Her eager body quivers. Suddenly, she begins to run from the group, flying over the green grass, her legs carrying her faster and faster. You have been spotted, and, when you and your special friend finally meet, you cling together in joyous reunion, never to be parted again. The happy kisses rain upon your face. Your hands again caress the beloved head, and you look once more into the trusting eyes of your loved one — so long gone from your life, but never absent from your heart.
Then you cross Rainbow Bridge together.