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Sir Lancelot is a recently rescued and adopted 12 year old Friesian horse with severe front leg problems. It is thought that he was ridden hard for years and then put in a stall for two years. This resulted in trama to his front legs and loss of muscle mass throughout his large 16.2 hands body. We a... Read More

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Sir Lancelot is a recently rescued and adopted 12 year old Friesian horse with severe front leg problems. It is thought that he was ridden hard for years and then put in a stall for two years. This resulted in trama to his front legs and loss of muscle mass throughout his large 16.2 hands body. We are looking for any additional funds so that he may recieve the treatments he deserves on his way to becomming a big healthy horse again.

100% of funds given will be used for treatments. You can follow along by liking his Facebook page at:https://www.facebook.com/Sirlancelothorse/ and also at: https://www.youtube.com/c/BriansArtforAnimals.

We are happy to add this amazing horse to our family that consits of a former shelter dog named Nina (Pup Pup), and rescued cat named Sasha (New Kitty), a rescued flemish giant rabbit named Charlie and 4 rescued birds.

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Saving Sir Lancelot.

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Saving Sir Lancelot.

Brian Czarnik, Saving sir Lancelot on behalf of

Sir Lancelot the horse

Please help in any way so that we can return this amazing horse to his former magnificent and healthy self.

Brian Czarnik

Brian has been working with animals at rescues and zoos since 2000. He operates the video channel Brian's Art for Animals (where he donates a percentage of the proceeds towards various animal conservation efforts) He and his wife just adopted Sir Lancelot

brookfield, Illinois

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  • $25.00

    Anonymous

    January 09,2018

    Best of luck to your beautiful horse!