Shiza'nee-Heartline Ranch & Horsey Campground in Klamath Falls rescued this girl first in Colorado. A Tennessee Walker/Red Paint , she had been severely starved, being more than 500# underweight. She is bonded to Kori, She is sweet tempered, well trained, 16.2 hands, so a huge beauty.  Her name is Navajo for 'I am Lucky', which has proved to be a true name for her over and over.     I love all or our horses, but Shiza'nee is my 'heart horse'. We are bonded. 





​​​​Slim- Heartline Ranch and Horsey Campgrounds in Klamath Falls were so blessed to be allowed to adopt Slim from a wonderful horsey home in Bend. He is one of our registered QuarterHorses, our gentle giant. He is 16.2hh, and for all his huge size is a great ride, gentle, willing to take guidance, and great personality. He is our Photo-bomb guy, if we are taking a picture, we find him in it.  He is also our local comedian and escape artist. He has good sense, timing, and curious, but listens well and smooth mellow personality. He quickly becomes a favorite with everyone on our ranch..


Likan Shalii'-Heartline Ranch and Horsey Campgrounds brought this girl with us from Colorado in 2013. She is one of our two original rescues. She was not being fed and was 250# underweight  with her white eye being beaten, (They said it was her 'evil eye', can imagine?! )She is a paint/Quarter Horse mix called a 'Dun Overo', the white being on her belly. Her name means 'Sweet Horse' in Navajo,Well deserved name, 90% of the time, 10% stubborn mule! She's a favorite with new riders, she will NOT run of her own desire, , but prefers to take her time on a trail for a nice leisurely walk. She is also bonded to Heather, my daughter, and has been Shizanee's best buddy for over 6 years before we rescued her and Shizanee together. She was 250# underweight, and as you can see, is no longer a problem...we now call her "Miss Chubby". Likan is smaller, being 14.2.


Foxy- Foxy is one of our oldest horse. Most horses are considered old at 24, Foxxy is 36! What a Babe! She is a registered Missouri Fox Trotter, and SUCH a sweet temperament. She loves cuddles and treats, follows us around like a puppy, so willing to please and what a mover. But be patient and kind with her, she can be shy and get hurt feelings, so we are gentle and loving with her. She is now 36years old!!, but acts and moves like a much younger horse. She's been there, done that, and fast but good. What a lover! She has fast become a favorite. Foxy is slim and tall at 16 HH. We've been feeding her up to a little plumper size, and she loves to eat. She is definately leader of the pack! She is a mellow sweetheart. We have since retired her but she is still a mellow and  loving girl.


Our ranch horses

Since we retired from taking rides, we still have our horses.  They were all rescue horses, and now we think it is US who got rescued. They are all older now, but still our babies (did you know how important it is to KEEP your older horses and love them and care for them even though their riding may be limited or not at all. ) They worked hard for you, and deserve a great life where they can rest and enjoy life. They are NOT disposable! Many believe that Senior horses are the best there is. They have great value in the love and support they give us, and everyone around them.  I have seen many miraculous things that horses create for the people around them in the way of mental and emotional healing People may, if they ask us ahead of time, come help us feed them at their feeding time, 7:30-is AM, and 5:00-ish PM, Come join us to see why they are so lovable!Type your paragraph here.