All around the nation horses are in search of safe, loving homes. Here are 5 available today.
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Big Shot – California
“Big Shot is 21 years old, 17.0, registered Hanoverian, retired from show jumping. Big has had long successful career. Needs the simple life . . . long walks on the trail. He has a soft tissue, right hind injury. Big has been laid up for 8 months and now is ready for trail ride work. He deserves to enjoy the remainder of his life, if your looking for a solid, bomb proof, gentle trail horse, Big is your guy!”
Stetson – California
“Stetson has been with our lesson program for just over a year now and has been a wonderful addition for the time he was able to work. He is wonderful on so many levels. Great with grooming, ground manners, under saddle, handling feet, ties, clips, trailers, bathes, and was doing lessons with 6 year olds walk, trot, and canter in a bareback pad. He gets along with other horses while at work, is rusty but knows changes, and loves to cuddle. The list goes on. Unfortunately Stetson also has a list of health issues, some that now prevent him from being the asset he was to our lesson program. He is still a sound, safe, and wonderful horse that could be an amazing fit to the right family. Please email or call for information about his medical issues. They are all manageable, just not ideal, financially or otherwise, for our program.”
Ginny – Arizona
“Ginny is a sorrel 10 year old mare. Due to DDSP (Dorsal Displacement of the Soft Pallet) she is unable to be ridden. She is otherwise healthy and currently being used for Horse Agility and teaching people to do ground work. Ginny is a patient willing horse with excellent manners who loves people and other horses. We are offering her for free to an approved home only.”
Marissa – Wisconsin
“Marissa is a gorgeous mare who has produced several foals. She gets along well with other horses and is easy to work around. She is up to date on her vaccinations. Her last foal was born in 2013. I am retaining two of her fillies as her replacements. When I purchased Marissa ten years ago I was told she had been trained to ride although I have only used her as a broodmare. Marissa will make a beautiful and loving companion horse.”
Nacona – Texas
“Adoption Fee waived on this mare with good ground manners. She will lead, load, line drive and stand for saddling. When trainer tried riding her, she was nervous, light on front end and nearly uncontrollable. This could be due to prior abuse or from her one blind eye. She is available as companion or to an experienced rider that is willing to take the time to retrain her.
Being fostered in Floresville, TX.”