The equines at Red Bell Run have a variety of life-limiting medical issues; when the time comes to let one of our beloved equines go they are compassionately euthanized to prevent any pain or suffering. Because we care about our planet, we go to the expense of having them cremated. Their ashes are returned to their forever home at Red Bell Run and are spread in our Memory Garden, a beautiful grassy meadow ringed by magnolias and a dry creek. A statue of an angel is the centerpiece, and we like to think that our equines’ spirits fly about Red Bell Run in joy and peace.
Phinneas In Memory of Phinneas - June 7th 2021 Last week we said Good Bye to Phinneas, a nearly 50-year old Donkey rescued by our friend Celine Myers of the Ark Watch Foundation and placed at Red Bell Run several years ago. He was many things…a bit persnickety (food...
PhoebeDid I hear someone say it was time for a tour???In Memory of Phoebe, December 2, 2019 A word or two about luck...today we lost our Phoebe, possibly the most engaging, life-loving, bad a$$ dog that ever lived. Phoebe wasn't just a child of God, she was a force...
XaropeIn Memory of Xarope January 1, 2002 - July 14, 2022
RoscoeIn Memory of Roscoe December 31, 1994 - May 31, 2022
ArthurIn Memory of Arthur January 1, 1993 - December 20, 2020
AmigaIn Memory of Amiga January 1, 1992 - July 24, 2019
CinderellaIn Memory of Cinderella January 1, 2004 - November 22, 2019
DelilahIn Memory of Delilah January 1, 1998 - September 21, 2020
AggieIn Memory of Aggie January 1, 1993 - September 27, 2022 Aggie and her bonded partner Arthur arrived at Red Bell Run in 2019. Their owner had discarded them after a lifetime of service and they were forced to go through the terror of several different auctions...
JoleneIn Memory of Jolene March 30, 1999 - November 4, 2022