Midwest Rescue Horse Trainers Challenge Recap
The challenge finale took place on Saturday, September 22nd at Jefferson County Fair Park in Jefferson, WI
We had a great time meeting the spectators, event hosts and seeing these gorgeous horses who spent the last 90 days in training with their special trainers. The competition included:
• Walk/trot/canter under saddle
While ribbons and prizes were awarded for each class, it was a win-win for all as the horses received training and care which helps better prepare them for a new home. The competition even had news coverage by Wisc-TV Channel 3000! Check out the news clip here!
We’d like to leave this update on the status of the horses!
Rudy- Adopted by his trainer!
Woodrow- Went home with his Trainer, Douglas Rank. Available for adoption! Contact Midwest Horse Welfare Foundation, Inc.
Bohzidar- Available for adoption! Contact Pony Tales Refuge & Rehab, Inc.
Samantha- Available for adoption! Contact Pony Tales for adoption info!
Belle- Available for adoption! Contact Pony Tales.
BabyCakes- Available for adoption! Contact Midwest Horse Welfare Foundation.
The Midwest Rescue Horse Trainer’s Challenge celebrates and showcases the talent and potential in rescue horses. This event is hosted by the Wisconsin Horse Alliance, a group of Wisconsin veterinarians, humane investigators, rescue professionals, and horse enthusiasts who work to provide resources to horse owners in order to protect the well-being of Wisconsin’s horses.
Triple Crown Nutrition was so proud to sponsor the 1st Annual Midwest Rescue Horse Trainer’s Challenge. We evaluated the needs of each horse before the competition and provided the right feeds to fuel these horses during the 90 days leading up to the challenge. At the event we were able to reassess the body condition of each horse and chat with the trainers. Per our photo below, all the horses were shiny and beautiful!
If you have an interest in one of the available horses listed above, please reach out to the appropriate rescue.
Look back on the journey of the horses and trainers, visit the the Midwest Challenge’s Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/midwesthorse/