Equine Rescue and Rehabilitation Ranch, Inc. - Tallahassee

"Triple R"

Their Stories/Virtual Sponsorships

    Our horses are grateful for a daily dose of love and a regular meal, not to mention vet checks.

But we need your help for their recovery.

Please consider making a donation or becoming a virtual sponsor. And you're always welcome to come visit them! But don't forget the apples and bananas.


Paso Fino Rescues - September 2011 


These four Paso Finos were part of a herd of eight in Woodville. They had not been properly fed for months. When brought into foster care, it took 2-3 days for three of the horses to relearn how to graze on grass. (A foster mom for one of the horses had to rip up the grass and then hand feed it to the horse to give him an idea what it was.) They are now all in loving foster homes and on their way to recovery. 




  Ninja is a 25 year old Appendix Quarter Horse found in a sandy lot in Quincy, Fla., and surrendered by his owner to Gadsden County Animal Control. He is a sweet animal, about 15.2 hands. Stands to be groomed and bathed. Easily loads. Has a long rehabilitation ahead. But as emaciated as he is, he has a great attitude and is already trying to become herd leader.

 The photo above was taken in October of 2010. Below is a photo from January 2011 - after 10 wormings, a teeth floating and better nutrition. He's on his way back.



Help him out by making a monthly donation:

Payment options
Monthly virtual foster





 Winntu and New Moon

(Winntu  has been adopted. New Moon is ready for Adoption)


   These two beauties come to us from Hidden Springs Horse Rescue, Inc.  They where over capacity and requested our assistance.

 New Moon is a 1-2 year old paint chestnut mare and Winntu is a 1-2 year old dun paint Gelding.  Winntu has been adopted out and New Moon is in foster care with Ashley Heath and Patricia Lazenby.  Pease go to our "FORMS" page to fill out an adoption request.

  Help them by making a monthly donation:


Payment options
Monthly virtual foster


 Scarlet  (Ready for Adoption)


         Scarlet and Jewel come to us by way of Lil Patch of Heaven Horse Rescue in Jasper Florida.  These two where seized from their owner because of their emaciated condition.  Lil Patch had no more room, so asked for Triple R's assistance.

Scarlett is a 5 year old TB Chestnut, 15.3 -16  hands.  She is also Jewel's Mom. Scarlett has a hernia on her right flank. 

  Please go to the How you can help page for more information or make a monthly donation as a virtual foster below!

Can you please help these horses by being a virtual foster 


SCOUT - Registered Mustang

Scout came to Triple R through Madison County Animal Control in March of 2011 — and owes his life to Clint Whitlock, a dedicated animal control officer who made sure this guy found a good home.

 Scout escaped from a home where two of his pasture mates had been starved to death — and the third had to be put down when animal control intervened. This mustang's survival instincts kicked into high gear and he got outside the paddock where he roamed the neighborhood and grazed on whatever he could find. After Clint picked him up, he fed him hay and some feed to put the weight back on - and Scout gained quickly. The county was ready to euthanize Scout but Clint intervened to find a home for him — and he called Triple R.

He comes from Nevada. We'll update with more information as we get it.

Thank you to our monthly Virtual Foster parents!

Susan Sparks

Pam Clark

Tisha Crews Keller

 Thank you to our Annual Virtual Foster parents!

Mandie Dapas - Chalice 2010

Ashley Wood - Trouble 2010

Andrew Livingston - Trouble 2010

Carol Komarnisky - Jewel 7/2010 - 6/2011