Breed: Andalusian Cross
Height: 15.1 hands
Weight: 1,000 pounds
Roughly 2 years ago, Divine's owners decided they did not have time for her and decided to take her to the sale barn. While unloading from the trailer at the Centennial Livestock Auction, Divine panicked and reared back hitting her face and cutting it badly. She was still run thru the auction, bought by the kill buyer and taken to his lot where she sat for at least 2 weeks until someone noticed her and fund raised to bail her.
She was rescued originally by Journey with Equus of Elizabeth Colorado where she finally received the veterinary care she so desperately needed.
DreamCatchers, working in cooperation with Journey With Equus took Divine into our care and helped her continue to heal both physically and emotionally. No surprise that she had some PTSD about her face and head being handled. Divine learned to trust again and slowly began her training.
Divine was adopted by a wonderful family. Her new human was a veteran who understood PTSD and felt that he and Divine could help each other heal. Everything was perfect, Divine was learning to carry a saddle and even have a rider sit on her. She trusted her human and was advancing well.
All of that came to an end when a financial setback made it necessary for her human to bring her back to DreamCatchers and surrender her.
We have let her settle in and become confident that she is still safe with loving people around her and are now beginning her saddle training once again.
Divine is available for adoption to the perfect home with a human that can be her own and has the experience to train her themselves or the financial means to hire a trainer to finish her.