Brandy was a needles horse at the University of Guelph Veterinary Stables. For 10 years students practiced giving needles and taking her blood. Luckily for Brandy a graduating vet asked to take her at graduation and now she lives at Timberlane Ranch.read more
Marty was born to be a racehorse. With several wins to his credit, he suffered a bowed tendon at the end of a race.
He was turned out to pasture to mend, and became a bit of a nasty fellow. Scared and distrustful, he needed someone special with a lot of patience to earn his trust so that he could become the amazing boy he is today.read more
Stari Nite Sheri was still a baby when she injured her front leg on the track near the end of her 1st season. She was rescued from a meat truck.
Please look closer to learn how this frightened, abused filly earned her place in our hearts.read more
When we first became aware of this nameless, unknown horse, we knew that someone needed to help her. She was sore, nervous, terrified of everything, and her worst habit, winding up & kicking.
What a Difference a Year Makes. Follow up on Stari Nite’s progress here on the ranch by clicking her photo.read more
Beau was a great Woodbine racer for many years. He transitioned to be a hunter jumper before he was fully recovered from so many stresses from so many years on the track.
Worn out and too sore to jump, he needed to retire to recover from his years of physical and emotional stress.read more