Over the past years, I have seen tons of sick horses come into Karen’s barn and then go out good as new. Last year, Karen started selling the horse that she helped get better. This year, she sold 12 horses either locally or out of state.
Karen is nice, funny and caring for her horses, and most of the time she puts their health before hers. She treats her horses like family or friends and would never do anything to put their health at risk. Honestly I don’t know what happened at the farm, but I do know that the horses that seamed dehydrated would have been put down by now if Karen hadn’t bought them. Karen means not only a lot to me and my family, but to a ton of other families, too.