who is Honeycutt?
Honeycutt is me, and I am a horse. I am helpful, handsome and I am the best at bucking, painting and poems. I am lucky to be a SAFE horse, and I want all horses everywhere to be as lucky as me. This is my website and my blog, where I talk a lot about eating and also helping.
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Honeycutt & SAFE
I am a rescue horse that lives at Save a Forgotten Equine (SAFE) horse rescue in Washington state. Here's what SAFE has to say about me.

In 2005, SAFE rescued Honeycutt from an Eastern Washington feedlot where he was in grave danger of being sent to a Canadian slaughterhouse. We don't know much of Honeycutt's history prior to the feedlot but we do know that he was a bucking horse and that he was abused to the point that he is terrified of humans.

Despite his fear, Honeycutt is a sweet, gentle horse who has his own ways of connecting with the people he encounters. In early 2011, he revealed a talent for blogging. Soon after, he began to express himself through painting and poetry. Most recently, he has shown his altruistic side by starting the Honeycutt Nation Fund for Dollars, raising money for horses in need.
blog of Honeycutt

Everyone has Birthday

Two days ago it was Jay’s birthday and now he is 21 years old. Jay is a Thoroughbred and that means that somewhere there is a big book that has his name written in it with his mom and his dad and his birthday too. The Big Baby is in this book, and so are…

Thinking about friends

Today I am thinking a lot about friends. I have two good friends who are Jay and Chance. Jay has been my friend for many, many years, and Chance is a newer friend of mine. When you see us you will know that we are friends because we might be trying to bite each other…

Honeycutt Nation Update

Hello all my friends! I am here to introduce you to a new friend who is Celine Lai. Celine Lai just joined the Honeycutt Nation to send some dollars to help pointy horses every month. Celine Lai is a blog writer like me and she wrote about Honeycutt Nation and SAFE on her blog which…

Round horses need homes too!

Things here are different now which is because of a new horse living with us. His name is Chip and he is a horse rescued by SAFE. Chip was one of the poor, poor horses that lived on a farm where there were 39 horses living and 39 horses was too many horses for that…

Waiting for Monday is hard!

Waiting is something that most horses are very good at. But most horses are not like me. They don’t have Blogs to write, and they don’t have super exciting news to share with their friends on the Internets. I have something exciting to share, but Mom told me I had to wait until Monday to…

Pictures are for remembering

Pictures are for remembering and Mom keeps a lot of pictures of me on her computer. She found these pictures of me and Jay from a long time ago. Jay and I are still good friends who run and play together just like in these pictures. They are still fun to look at and to…

Poster Horse

Farrier is when a man comes and scrapes your feet, and Mom tells you what a good boy you are. Today was Farrier Day, and I was such a good boy that I let the man catch me all by himself. The man is always very nice to me, so letting him catch me was…

Naughty or Nice?

Today there is snow everywhere which means that things are 1) white, 2) cold, and 3) wet. People love to see pictures of silly, gorgeous horses running through the powdery snow, but I am here to tell you that that is a MYTH, do you know that thing? Myth is when you want something to…

Ask Honeycutt

Dear Honeycutt, Now that is it cold outside and the days seem very short, I don’t see my human quite as much anymore. How can I get my person to spend more time with me? No more pointy horses! Your friend, Oliver   Oh Oliver, thank you for writing me a question. This is a…

Thank you for the lovely hays!

The Feed Drive is over, did you know that? SAFE raised a lot of dollars, this many : 10,120! They had a thing called Goal, and yesterday they reached Goal, which is a very good thing to do. Now the SAFE horses will have lots of lovely hays and tasty, tasty grain to eat, and…