Arabian Horses Rescued

Learn more about our 5 Arabian horses.

  • Kari

    Marrah Update

    Marrah has come along with with hours of hands-on training. She started off shy and independent and has come around to be an easy to work with type horse, eager to learn and work with people. She is now cross-tying and picking up her feet easily and loves to be groomed. She is lunging well and has been started under saddle. She loves children and as you can see below she is an active participant in the summer horse camp.

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  • Dawn Bonin

    Definitely On The Right Path

    Marrah Walking Around

    The first few days were a tough transition. But as you can see here, Marrah loves children and has been riden by both children and adults. She likes to be part of the action and is a graceful mover.

  • Dawn Bonin

    Loving Day Horse Camp

    Marrah Walking Around

    Marrah has been working well with all ages of children that have been coming to the summer horse camp. She has been housed with many groups of horses and has gotten along with them all as she is a very easy going horse. She is responsive and eager to please.

  • Rescued and Safe

    Marrah and her other Arabian family were relocated to Babcock Hill Horses Naturally to start their long voyage back to health.



  • Breed: Arabian
  • Sex: Mare
  • Color: Chestnut
  • Year Born: 2002
  • Age: 15
  • Hands: 15.1


Chestnut mare with bald face and 3 white socks. We are rating her temperament at 5 now and feel it will increase with more time and trust building. She is currently barefoot with solid feet and is good for the ferrier. Solid confirmation and is halter broke. Up to date on everything.

August 2017

Training Update

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