Name: Gloria MoneyPenny
I am a 21 yr old sorrel mare. Before I came to the Ranch my name was Jingles. Kids used to ride me around barrels. It was fun until they decided not to ride me anymore. They sold my two sons and my friends. I was all alone a plain old brown horse, No one wanted to pay money for me. The man who owned me was very busy and didn’t have time to spend with me. My water trough was empty and I had no grain or alfalfa hay most of the time. I was very sad and grew very thin. A nice lady came one day and asked me to get in her trailer. When she turned the corner onto the road I fell and was so weak I couldn’t even get up.
The lady stopped the trailer and helped me get up. At the DD Ranch she gave me water, alfalfa hay, and put medicine on my sores from when I fell. I now have lot’s of friends both horse and people at the Ranch. Some friends in California of Cheryl Snyder had a James Bond theme fundraiser to raise money to rescue me. Because I am the color of a penny they named me MoneyPenny. The kids at the Ranch wanted to name me Gloria after the Christmas song “Gloria en excelsis Deo” It means Glory to God in the Highest! Because God has been so good to the Ranch and He saved me from dying. I am so lucky to have two names! Gloria and Moneypenny! This signifies two basic needs of all rescue horses: (1) Love and empathy of God and kids! (2) Money for food and vet bills. I am so lucky to have both. I can’t wait until You come out to ride me. Love, Gloria Moneypenny
The cost per month to feed and care for me is $100.00. This does not include any vet care. Any and all donations are much appreciated. Your generous donation will help to care for me and to help the ranch further its education of horses for disadvantaged children, horse camps and programs. Dare to Dream Youth Ranch is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) charitable organization. Donations are tax-deductible.