Grace is a stunning horse that was recently rescued by Emily, who is the founder of Starry Skies Equine Rescue and Sanctuary in Dexter, Michigan. When the horse arrived to the animal sanctuary, all she wanted to do was trot around the perimeter of the fences. She spent several weeks traveling back and forth between the locations. It seemed as though she was searching for another horse or possibly even a person. The rescuers are very worried about her. She was adamant about not lying down. She was in a constant state of anxiety and did not eat at all.
She would receive handfuls of food from certain volunteers until she had consumed enough. Some even tried to brush her and even spent time getting to know her preferences. Emily helped her in whatever way she could. She called her name every day in the hopes that she would hear her and come to her. It appeared as though Grace was not very fond of other people. It appeared as though she had no interest in connection with them at all.
Therefore, Emily and the rest of her team came to the conclusion that they should allow her some time to adjust. After a month had passed, they were given another sizable herd of horses. It appeared as though Grace preferred those horses to the ones she was currently having, which was a huge assistance. She started eating on her own after a while. After two months, she had made a great deal of improvement.
She stopped walking in circles and began eating at regular intervals. In addition to this, she made an effort to become better familiar with the other horses. They received an application for adoption from Scott. Emily was convinced that he was the best candidate for Grace because of how well he completed the application.
When they initially met, they hit it off pretty well, and he got along great with Grace. At the O.A.T.S. Therapeutic Equestrian Center, Scott held the position of barn manager. He had the impression that Grace was a kind and generous person, and because to this trait, he believed she could easily integrate herself into the community.
On the day of her adoption, Grace astonished everyone by following Scott straight into the trailer. She didn’t take long to get to her new place. After the horse had stepped off the trailer, Scott did not detect any sign of agitation emanating from the animal. Despite this, she had a great deal of interest in her new surroundings.
Grace was eagerly anticipated by every single center volunteer who showed up on that particular day. She treated the people around her with a lot of kindness and gentleness, and she had already acclimated herself to her new family. She had a lot more to learn, but she was progressing much further than anyone had anticipated. The lovely horse was content in her new surroundings after she moved.