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“Retired 9 year old hunter/jumper available to approved home. Beautiful chestnut Oldenburg, not rideable, but otherwise healthy with supplementation. Would be great for someone looking for a pasture pal. Will assist with transportation to your farm. Serious inquiries only please.”
“Bo is a good boy ready for retirement. Sound, but being in a structured work program is getting hard for him due to arthritic changes. UTD on everything. Good for the farrier, good to be groomed. Happy to be turned out, happy in a stall. Use to cows and donkeys from next door and being in a busy barn.”
“Raven is an all black registered Tennessee Walking Horse. His registered name is Jubilee’s Black Phantom. He is 19-years-old, 16.1 hands, and approximately 1120 pounds. I have owned him for 8 years and the previous owner had him for 10 years. For the past couple years, he has been very “trippy” under saddle and has become unsafe to ride. I sent him to Tuff’s Hospital for Large Animals for a complete evaluation. He was diagnosed with a neurological deficit possibly originating in the cervical spine due to osteoarthritis between C6-C7 or possible narrowing of the vertebral canal. Due to Raven’s neurologic status, he is unsafe to ride and it is recommended that he not be ridden. He is safe/sound to hand walk, longe, and pony on soft footing. Due to life circumstances, I am looking for a loving home to place Raven. He is a wonderful horse with good manners. He is up-to-date with veterinary care/vaccinations. He is great with the farrier and is currently barefoot and has been for 8 years. He is an easy keeper, so his hay is weighed and he is off grain. He would make a wonderful “pet” for someone who just wants a horse, or he would make a wonderful companion horse. He rarely trailers, but when taken to Tuffs last year, he did very well.”
“Free to good home. Captain was given to me by a friend as a companion horse, he is super quite and sweet loves attention in your pocket type of horse very very friendly. I am giving him away as I can no longer take care of him due to my health. He gets along with other horses just fine. He has no vices and is sound. He is utd on farrier and worming and shots. However he had only been loaded once and doesn’t load very well. Please don’t inquire if you are looking for a riding horse, he is companion horse only!”
“Could be used for light duty riding. But requires an experienced rider since he hasn’t been under the saddle in some time. He loads and unloads nicely. Gets along great with other horses and would make a great pasture buddy. He can’t do our trails, so I’m looking for a loving home for him. You must be able to come pick him up. He must go soon!”
“Beamer was a 2’6″ show horse that has injured his suspensory ligaments that have caused him to retire. He is pasture and walk sound and can do light trail riding. I am looking for a loving home that can care for him in his retirement years. Must find home ASAP!”