Adoptable Horse of the Week: Berkeley

This week’s featured adoptable horse is a a registered quarter horse mare and resident of our October featured rescue, LEARN Horse Rescue in Megget, South Carolina.

A huge thanks, as always, to for making this fantastic series possible.

Presenting, with a bow and a flourish, Berkeley!

She’s actually Doc Williams‘ dam. Registered Quarter Horse, approximately 15.1 hands, 18-years-old, very “copper” chestnut. She was a broodmare (too many babies, just like so many others) so she can be a little nervous around colts and studs but is VERY personable with people. Smart, curious and friendly, loves affection. She is the pasture boss of the mares, and is good at, not ruthless though. Her real name is Doc’s Glo Bar (I think–again, the pedigree stuff is not my strong point). She is rideable but would need some training since she’s been kicking it in the pasture for about a year now.

For more information about LEARN Horse Rescue and its adoptable horses, check out their website.

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