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Be Bop Baby-sitter with yearling filly
Be Bop Baby is a 16 year old grey mare that has been to horse hell and back. She was rescued from Charles Ford's thoroughbred breeding farm in Many, Louisiana in January of 2012 along with 60 plus other starving thoroughbreds. The photos below will be disturbing to some but take comfort in knowing she is safe now and is ready for her new home.
Be Bop was adopted by a family last summer but due to unforeseen problems she was returned to RMR in January. She is in very good health and is doing a fabulous job babysitting a yearling filly whom she loves. Be Bop will need a home where she can be loved and cherished. She should never be bred again.
Bo Bop Baby is ready for adoption. She has overcome every obstacle that was before her and is a survivor, and hero, and is an inspiration to everyone who works in horse rescue. When Be Bop arrived at RMR she was near death, even smelling like dead flesh. Now she is a glistening, beautiful mare with a personality as beautiful as she is. I have never met a more grateful, kind horse. She knows she is special and shows appreciation to everyone she meets. She is amazing.
If you are not in a position to adopt you can still be a part in other retired racehorses recoveries and rehoming. TEAM RESTART is a program we started to allow people who want to help to give on a monthly basis without any hassle. Sign up today and be a part of our team by helping us help others like Be Bop Baby.