🐴 GUNMAN 🐴❤️ late teen/early twenties white Percheron cross gelding that used to be an outfitter horse. Been there, done that, lots of go left, rides nicely! He’s a good boy, loves attention, waiting for his very own person!
Jack is a big love bug! He is in his early 20’s and loves attention. He is a roarer so he can only be used at a walk but he rides nicely. He stands 17hh tall and is a very handsome boy! Due to his age, his teeth are worm down and he gets 10 pounds of senior grain a day plus soaked Alfalfa cubes!
Late teens, bay Percheron mare who lost her lifelong partner last year here at the rescue. Has arthritis and some ringbone, suspensory ligament issues in her hinds, should be on flat ground and enjoy the pasture for the rest of her days, maybe led around with light kids on her. She’s a sweet, gorgeous mare!
Grey-Pending home offer
❤️🐴 GREY 🐴❤️ She is 17.1hh of pure beauty and will make someone a fantastic horse!
25/26 year old Arabian mare. Has a heart murmur, awaiting EKG to determine if she can be ridden, she does ride nicely and has a lot of go left in her. She’s a tiny little thing amongst our gentle giants and is super sweet!
Tigger has Stringhalt, a condition which presents as a neuro-muscular issue. She is affected in her hind end. Also, she does slightly stumble, every so often, on her front feet. This has improved since her hoof trim.
🌟 She can: stand well for the farrier without stocks (a 12 yr old was whispering sweet confidence into her ear as she stood there), back out of a trailer, move freely in the pasture, lead line adventures and take a rider for trail rides.
🌟 She cannot: do jumps and trot/canter extended work. Exercise is great for her so don’t think she can only be a pasture puff, although she would be a pretty spectacular looking one of those, too!
🌟 She also needs: someone who will attend to her. She likes to participate with her people and in their lives. She isn’t willing to fight herd mates for food, etc. So, she’ll need a family willing to keep an eye on her to make certain herd mates are good fits. Her foster, Erin, has done a fabulous job of finding the right mix of pasture mates for Tigger’s best interests.
Did we mention she LOVES kids? 💕 She has been an equine assisted therapy horse. She has partnered with 100’s of humans to help them recover and heal. Her ground manners are impeccable. She loves a kind, gentle hand and is a giant snuggle puppy horse! 💕
We’d love for you to consider adopting Tigger today! She’s ready for her new, fresh start and spring 2020 is her beginning!