Go find your diamond in the rough.
This is your friendly Horse Nation reminder that each seller/buyer should do their own research and remember that horses are a huge responsibility.
Dasher – Texas
|Foal Date||May 2013|
“He is kind of hard to train, he is not rideable yet due to age and size, we are looking for a new home for him where he can be with a pasture buddy to keep him company, and with lots of grass to eat.”
Baxter – Maryland
|Foal Date||May 1986|
“Baxter is a rescued elderly Arabian gelding. Healthy and sound. Does need soft diet due to tooth loss. Best companion ever. Great babysitter for foals. UTD on Vaccinations, Hoof trims and floating what teeth he has. Microchipped. Adoption fee will be waived to right home with contract. Contact Whispering Woods Farm Maryland for more information.”
Diego – Virginia
|Appendix Quarter Horse|
“Please open your home and heart to Diego! He is a sweet boy that was used in the past for a therapeutic riding program, so with a little tuning should be good for riding. This guy needs a home asap! Must be placed before winter! He is approx 15 yr, aprox 14hh, he is UTD and ready to go. He is currently in a temporary foster home. We are a small rescue and do not have any room for him here once the foster home time is up.”
Gia – North Carolina
|Foal Date||May 1997|
“”Giacomina” – 16.2 hh Chestnut HANOVERIAN Mare, 18 years. This girl still has a whole life to share with someone special! She was a neglect case that was seized this summer, she has spent the past few months in a temporary foster home receiving her rehab but they cannot keep her past the end of October! Gia MUST find a committed foster/adoptive home within 3 weeks! She is currently located in the OBX. Transport is available for much of NC/VA/SC! She is UTD and healthy, goes barefoot currently. She is “off” at times so may need more tlc before we can investigate her riding capabilities. In the meantime this beautiful WB mare needs a spot to call home until spring or forever! Please CROSS-POST, SHARE, INQUIRE – She MUST find a FOSTER or ADOPTIVE home asap! ”