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With your support I Think I Love You Animal Foundation® has been able to save a horse bred and co-owned by David Cassidy

On November 10th the Foundation received messages from the wonderful people in the horse community about the situation of former racehorse Dixieland Squall. This beautiful mare was on her way to the kill pen!!

  Following the Foundation’s rescue, horseman Rick Schosberg provided transportation to South Haven Stables in Cleveland, Tennessee where she is now safe and will stay in quarantine for 30 days. The following video shows her arrival and current condition. We will share updates on Dixieland Squall's progress.

This beautiful girl was born April 2nd, 2003 and is the great-granddaughter of the famous Secretariat. Dixieland Squall had a long racing career that included 12 starts with 1 first place finish, 1 second place finish and 2 finishes in third place.


The mare was trained by I Think I Love You Animal Foundation® board member Gary Contessa and bred, and once co-owned, by late actor and singer David Cassidy for whom the I Think I Love You Animal Foundation® was founded. 

The Foundation's next step is to place Dixieland Squall in her forever home where she can live out her years in green pastures.

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The board members of I Think I Love You Animal Foundation® would like to thank Sexton's Horse and Mule Company, Rick Schosberg for his generous contribution of time and transportation and South Haven Stables for the amazing care they are providing. We would also like to thank Brandy from Impact Equine for all her advice and guidance. 

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