Six-Day-Old Colt Rescued From California Ravine

Community members raised more than $15,000 so the baby horse, nicknamed Valentine, can undergo surgery for a broken pelvis.
0:50 | 02/16/16

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He is honest bill. Quite a much. A much in need a six day old quarter horse crossed named Valentine because that's what cherica Tonya and the Fremont fire department. Found him in the bottom of a ravine off Morse and Kenyon wrote he was laying in that creek. In a pool of water it was something and shaking. And here's probably in shock at that point the Hearst hello and even at least two days how long you survived your. Of that was surprise that he survived. The question now will Valentine's survive until tomorrow. He's found a temporary home but this cold has a broken pelvis from the full one missed step one wrong twist could rupture an artery and that would be it. Sarah plans to spend all night Valentine side. She in the Fremont police department hopes to raise 101000 dollars to pay for that emergency operation as soon as possible. The best possible outcomes to have surgery and haven't been successful on the children rehab and.

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