9 yr old/15.1 hh Chestnut Quarter Horse Mare Rehabilitation
Callie came to H.O.P.E. through our partnership with Berkeley County Animal Control, and we’re incredibly thankful for that team and all the amazing work they do. An eye injury that went untreated for three months has resulted in the loss of sight in her left eye, but that hasn't affected her spirits. She was pregnant when she arrived, and gave birth to a healthy foal on May 5th. She's a great mother, and she and the baby are doing fine.
Photo above by Jess Schaer, Schaer Studios
Maya and Callie, May 5, 2020. Photo by Jess Schaer, Schaer Studios.
Callie watching over her baby. Photo by Jess Schaer, Schaer Studios.
Callie and her new foal, Maya. May, 2020. Photo by Jess Schaer, Schaer Studios.
Callie and her brand new foal, Maya. May 5, 2020. Photo by Tracey Sawyer.
Callie's baby bump, April 2020. Photo by Jess Schaer, Schaer Studios
Callie, January 2020. Photo by Jess Schaer, schaerstudios.com.
Callie, January 2020. Photo by Jess Schaer, Schaer Studios
Callie's feet at intake, January 2020
Callie's injured left eye, January 2020.
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