Crossover Farm has five of their own personal horses whom Robin rescued. It is because of these guys that she opened up her heart and home to give more horses the opportunity for a new life. Read their stories below, and check back regularly to see the success stories of all the horses Crossover Farm continues to help.
Harper is a 2 y/o TB colt that was in the kill pen in Stroud, Oklahoma. We were able to spread the word and raise some funds to help in his escape! Thank you to many friends in Colorado, we all worked together to find him a perfect home in California.
"Charlie" is a 2009 OTTB gelding who recently found his way to us this past March from the SPCA. He is our stellar dressage prospect getting in gear for the 2019 show season. He is learning what a spoiled life is like with lots of hay, treats, and spa days. We are thrilled to see what this year brings for this gentle boy.
"Cici" is our newest addition. She is a nurse mare foal who will be growing and learning lots with us over the next few years. In just the short month we have had her, she has gone from being stand- offish to an in your lap puppy dog. She is super brilliant and we can't wait to see the amazing things she will accomplish.
Penny, Marigold, and Magnolia
Penny came to us last October because she needed a companion home that would give her love and spoil her rotten. Needless to say, she has made many new friends, including Marigold and Magnolia who are always by her side. She enjoys roaming the farm and getting all pretty.
Bella met Talera on August 4, 2019 and is now going to live happily ever after on 5 acres of lush grass with horsey neighbors and friends. We are so thrilled Be lla could find someone who will love her and care for her for years to come!
Lottie had a rough start here with us. This little girl was on the verge of loosing her right eye do to an untreated ulcer. We nursed her back to health and we were able to maintain vision in her right eye. Lottie was able to meet Emma, who has provided this little mare with such a fabulous home full of cookies and many spa days.
Shayla has found her forever home!!! She was adopted by Angela and George who have a beautiful 80 acre farm with other horses and donkeys and cattle for Shayla to enjoy her life with. We are so thrilled that this "wild child" was just simply misunderstood and has been able to trust humans again. She is so sweet and smart and we can not wait to see how she progresses over the years!
Silas was rescued by Ruby Ridge Equine Transport on our first trip up to North Carolina. She decided to aide in our cause of saving a life and was able to snag him and give this young boy a second chance. He is doing well with training and becoming a grown up.
Cinch stole Robin's heart and has become the mascot for Crossover Farm. He has become as excellent role model for the younger horses and will be used to promote rescue horses at local horse shows. His charming personality and sweet old soul melt anyone who meets him. He's a big lover.