Welcome to Brook Haven!Welcome to Brook Haven Ranch! We are a 18+ premium role playing community set in Trader's Bend, Montana. Our concept is the culmination of twenty years of plotting and planning. We feature a rich, developed program in which many troubled characters thrive. Our community is one of the best on jcink and we look forward to you becoming a part of it!
Healing Horses & Troubled Teens since 1995Not every teenager has the benefit of growing up in a loving, happy home. Some are victims of abuse, neglect, a system that shuffles them from foster home to foster home. Brook Haven Ranch was established in 1995 as a refuge for abused and neglected horses -- and teenagers who needed a second chance in life and the opportunity to become something more than society expects of them.
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Student • 15 YRS
Ava-Jade has been an orphan since she was 13. Her dad was killed by a drunk driver when she was 12, and her mom succumbed to stomach cancer when she was 13. She was taken in by her aunt and uncle, and after her uncle's sexual abuse came to light, she was taken from their custody and placed in emergency care. After running from her emergency placement, Ava-Jade was deemed a flight risk, and unadoptable. Her case worker is hoping that Brook Haven is the place for her.
Companion of Ava-Jade Sinclair
Registered Name: Mantilla Barn Name: Manny Breed: Friesian Gender: Mare Age: 13 Disciplines/Training: English pleasure Strong Areas: Smooth gait, gentle Weak Areas: Impatient, spooks easily Temperament/Personality: Manny is a gentle giant. She gets along well with other horses and people, and though she isn't the most patient horse in the world, her smooth gait and gentle disposition more than make up for it. Issues: Easily spooked History: Manny was born from a champion racehorse. Her owner was originally planning to breed her as a racehorse, but those plans very quickly fell through. Unlike her mother, Manny turned out to be much too gentle and much too anxious to be a good racehorse. With no other real uses for her, Manny's owner began looking for buyers. She was bought by a riding school, and was sold again six months later after bucking a student (it was the student's fault, and it hasn't happened since then). After a few more sales to a few more different schools and ranches, she was finally sold to the Brooks and arrived at Brook Haven.