The Shiloh Foundation
The Sholoh Fondation dedicated to hepling rescue horses.
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We’d like to give Thanks:
Giving thanks helps with so much sad and hard to hear news that’s going on in the world these days, “the Shiloh Foundation” thought it would be nice to have our readers and fans hear some good news for a change.

We have had a lot of horses that found loving homes rescued by “the Shiloh Foundation” and also some really great volunteers who take the time off of their busy lives to lend a hand with many of the horses here.

First off in the adoptions department: We would like to give thanks to Jennifer and Julie they first started out adopting Nugget and Spirit and now have just recently adopted Rudy a two year old quarter horse born here at the ranch.Nugget and Spirit had the fortunate experience of going to Monty Roberts ranch and were used to help teach students how to handle horses that have never been saddled. Nugget, Spirit along with Rudy and their biological Mothers were all sent to the foundation pregnant so all three horses were born at the Foundation. They were lucky to be born here at the Ranch to have a really great start in life with lots of love and care from everyone.

This is a photo of Rudy with his two new companions, yes you are seeing and Emu here
Rudy Rescue Horse
More Photo's Of Nugget and Spirit are coming soon.
Shirley adopted Pumpkin this amazing Shetland pony that helped keep other horses company if they were having trouble adjusting to the move at the ranch he also was a companion to a horse named Jazz who was retired and kept at the Foundation until it was time for him to move on to greener pastures which he has recently passed away, we’ll miss you Jazz and now Pumkin at his new home and we'll miss him very much as well.
Cheryl Rankin
This is a photo of Cheryl and Pumkin what a great Pony and he now has a great new loving home.

Big thanks to Tim and Sue Crum they adopted Coal from the foundation and also for all their help over the years. Tim & Sue made a difference in many ways for the horses here who would need extra care and patience to help them learn how to trailer load or teaching them how to lift their feet for hoof trimming days and so much more.


Tim and Sue Cru
This is a photo of Tim Crumb and his loving horse Cole

Tim especially took lots of time to help horses like Lily and Sienna start their lives out with care and patience.

Lily and Sienna also had the fortunate opportunity of being trained at the Monty Roberts facility for two months and have happily been adopted by Danyele Osterlund.

Lilly rescue horse

Here is a photo of Lily









Sienna

Here is a photo of Sienna

For the Volunteers: A big thanks to Kelly, Vickie, Dana, Mary and Sue for all your help. With out your help things would be very different here at the ranch. Some of the things that these volunteers do is groom the horses, play with them and give them lots of love to help them adjust to their new happy lives some of the gals would ride them as well to help keep the horses in good shape, it sounds like fun but it does take time and plenty of man power to help so many of them properly. Again a very big thank you to all of you.

The Shiloh Foundation has also done their own adopting as well of a dog-named Stanley. Stanley used to live in the living quarters in the barn with one other renter when his owner had to relocate and couldn’t take Stanley along for the move, Cheryl Founder of “the Shiloh Foundation” asked if she could adopt him.

Cheryl already loved Stanley and was thrilled when then owner Peri was willing to give Stanley a new home at the ranch. Stanley is now Cheryl’s shadow, helper and sits in her lap when she’s doing the books or other paper work for the Foundation. He is also the passenger (sometimes you would think he’s the driver) in the four wheel drive cart used to make rounds at feeding time and just about any other time Cheryl’s in the cart. Cheryl also had a minor surgery and caught that nasty flu bug most of us got as well this past flu season. Cheryl needed bed rest from the surgery and the flu Stanley was right there keeping her company and giving her lots of love and warmth.

We hope this brings a smile to your face as these adoptions and volunteers really have been good for “the Shiloh Foundation” and deserve lots of thanks as all of you have made a difference here Thank you.

Stanley adopted by the shiloh foundation
Stanly showing off his winter sweater after getting the proper Schnauzer hair cut in this photo he looks ferosious but really it's all show as he's a very kind sweet dog.
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DANTE HAS BROUGHT SO MUCH JOY AND CHARACTER TO OUR RANCH, WE ARE SO HAPPY WE RESPONDED TO THE CRAIGSLIST AD STATING THEY NEEDED TO GET RID OF THIS DOG. THe golden Boy
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THE SHILOH FOUNDATION OFFERS HORSE BOARDING!

Since donations are down we are offering boarding at our ranch to help feed the rescued horses. For $300.00 a month you have access to a 20 stall barn with bathrooms, running warm water for horse baths, riding arena, round pen, green pastures and other horses to play with. Horses are in pastures in nice weather and in the barn when it rains.

Wouldn't it be nice to know if you have to pay to board anyway that your funds are saving horses?

Shiloh Horse rescue

GREEN PASTURES, SAFE FENCING, AUTOMATIC WATERS, SHADE TREES, 100' X 200' LIGHTED ARENA, 20 STALL BARN AND A 60' ROUND PEN, THIS IS WHAT YOU GET WHEN YOU BOARD AT THE SHILOH FOUNDATION.

 

 

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Thank you to all the volunteers that help out here to help the horses: Terri, Jaymi, Gaby, Jane. Sandy, Alicia, Natalie, Charlotte, Laura, Dawn, April, Richard and the list keeps growing.
Thanks again to the Glide Foundation for your donation, your support means so much to our rescue.