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Broker and Feedlot Horses

This is a list of horses that were purchased at auction by a broker or feedlot.  They are given a short amount of time to find homes and if homes are not found, then they are either sent to another auction or to slaughter.  The rescues listed are given permission to assist with finding homes for the horses.  If you are interested in a horse listed below, please contact the blue highlighted contact below.  Please note that I do not have any direct contact with the brokers or feedlot operators (or affiliated with the rescues or fundraising), this is just a listing to help them get more exposure.  They are only listed until they find homes or the broker has a new group of horses. 

 

The list is color coded to try to help you figure out where the horses are located and contact information.

A pink highlight indicates the number of the horse on the list.

A green highlight indicates the location (usually city and state).

A blue highlight indicates the contact information.

A purple highlight indicates special circumstances.

A yellow highlight indicates a weanling, yearling, or that the horse is possibly kid broke.

 

 
12 - 13 Oct:

New Jersey:

1.    These Feed Lot horses are located at Camelot Auction House, 43 Brickyard Road, Cranbury, NJ.  Proprietor is Frank:  (609) 448-5225.  CAMELOT ANSWERS THEIR PHONE BETWEEN 8 A.M - ABOUT 4:3O P.M. -- BUSINESS HOURS.  BEFORE OR AFTER THAT YOU WILL GET THE MACHINE.  To ensure you get your horse, if you leave a message, call again during business hours to confirm that they got the message, and wrote your ph. number,  down correctly so that you actually get the horse.

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#223--Black Mini Mare. Age: 2. Height: approx 32inches. Price: $225. Friendly treat hound in the pen, led through willingly at a walk & trot. Said to have been working in a camp all summer; likely trained for pony rides, but not to ride.

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#227--Chestnut Mini Mare. Age: 6. Height: approx 33 inches. Price: $350. Quiet in the pen, led through quietly at a walk & trot; said to have been working in camp all summer.

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#228--Chestnut Mare. Age: 4. Height: 13.1-13.2 hands. Price: $275. Super sweet & well mannered in the pen, rode through at a walk & trot. Seemed a bit green, but quiet & willing. Needs Intermediate or better rider/trainer to finish.

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#231--Light Grey Jenny Donk--*possibly in foal*. Age: 3. Height: 11.2 hands. Price: $250. Quietly concerned in the pen, led through at a walk. Said to have run with a stud and possibly have been bred.

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#233--Black Appy Mare. Age: 11. Height: 13-14 hands. Price: $375. Quiet but unsure in the pen, rode through at a walk & trot. Intermediate to Advanced type.

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#234--Chestnut Gelding. Age: 10. Height: 15 hands. Price: $525. Friendly & polite in the pen, rode through at a walk & trot. Good mover; Intermediate type.

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#238--Black Standardbred Mare. Age: 7. Height: Price: $350. Quiet in the pen, rode through at a walk & trot.

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#240--Gaited Black Gelding. Age: 4. Height: 14 hands. Price: $250. Social & polite in the pen, scared & very green in the ring. Needs an experienced owner/trainer.

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#241--Chestnut Pinto Gelding. Age: 12. Height: 13.2-14 hands. Price: $275. Quiet in the pen, rode through at a walk & trot. Intermediate type.

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#242--Chestnut Appy Gelding. Age: 10. Height: 15 hands. Price: $675. Friendly treat hound in the pen, rode through at a walk, trot & canter. Said to be a "nice, safe hack horse that anyone can ride", however when ridden outside he was seen doing a lot of bucking. Advanced owner/trainer needed.

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#247--Buckskin Pinto Mare. Age: 12. Height: 13.1-3.2. Price: $350. Curious treat hound in the pen, rode through at a walk; threatened to buck when leg was applied. 

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#251--Black Gelding. Age: 12. Height: 14 hands. Price: $325. Quiet & cuddly in the pen, rode through at a walk & pace. Intermediate type.

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RESALES:

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#265-RESALE-Chestnut Gelding. Age: 12. Height: 15.3 hands. Price: $850. Quiet cookie monster in the pen, rode through at a walk, trot & canter. Said to work cattle & to have come from Mexico about 10 yrs ago. Intermediate type.

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Lisa M. Post

Helping Hearts Equine Rescue

PO Box 342, Perrineville, NJ  08535 

www.hher.webs.com

Slaughter is NOT humane euthanasia. "The captive bolt is not a proper instrument for the slaughter of equids, these animals regain consciousness 30 seconds after being struck, they are fully aware they are being vivisected." -Dr. Lester Friedlander, DVM & Former Chief USDA Inspector

 

Websites that list feedlot horses:

http://www.nj-feedlot-horse-rescue.com/

http://www.facebook.com/CamelotHorseWeekly?v=wall

 

Facebook Group that list broker horses:

Pennsylvania:

(Note from Brandi:  This is from a forward, so I donít know anything more than what you see here.)

facebook group looking for homes for horses owned by kill buyer

Tue Jul 17, 2012 1:23 pm (PDT) . Posted by:

"debbie phillips" rescueriders

*~ AVAIL *~ EOTL horse needing to be placedcurrent AVAIL EOTL horses seeking PLACEMENT ~ if you are interested, post under their pic AND send a message to us here on the page. thank you! all horses are located in harmony PA unless otherwise noted.By: End Of The Line Horse Placement
https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.478016585561021.121913.476612785701401&type=1
I did not know how to transfer facebook to email. These people look for homes for horses that have already been purchased by a kill buyer. I know a lot of you are up north and know people up north. So if you want, go to their facebook page and share it. The more people who see them the better chance they have of finding homes. 

 

 

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