Jasmine, a Cleveland Bay mare born in 2004, was a rescued PMU foal from Canada. She was part of a major rescue that we conducted in Manitoba of 46 PMU Mares, plus Jasmine who was a foal at the time of her rescue. The majority of foals born annually to PMU mares are considered by-products and most are sent to feedlots to be fattened for slaughter. Jasmine was skin and bones when we rescued her after being severely neglected. Her transformation from sickness to health has been dramatic, as has been the case for so many of the horses rescued by Equine Advocates over the years. Now settled into life at the sanctuary, Jasmine spends her days with our youngest equine, Wiatt, in the area of the sanctuary we call “Splendor in the Grass.”

Jasmine is proudly Sponsored by supporters from Chatham, New York and New York, New York.

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