LOUISE - 8yr old Bay Standardbred Horse, she is like a completely new horse from inside out. When she first came she was not friendly, could not put a halter on, would not lead, would bite and kick when trying to brush her, she was just scared and didn't trust anyone for a while especially being in foal. Now she has a whole new personality, you can brush her, exercise her, lead and trim her feet. She has learned to trust people and you can now comfortably go in her stall and groom her. She is sweet and willing to learn has a whole new positive attitude than when she first came.
ANGEL" born 4-13-18 Little Standardbred Filly, She is very sweet and well mannered for a baby her age, she is halter broke and will lead, very good for the farrier and loves to be brushed and getting the attention.
Meet Rosey! Rosey came to the shelter when her owner passed away. We don't know much about her besides what her foster mom has been able to tell us. We think she is in her 20's. "She gets around just fine and is comfortable despite her “big knee”. She walks and trots freely in the pasture. She gets along well with the other horses and is low in the pecking order. She does have a bit of a club foot, most likely from her gait changing due to an untreated injury. Her teeth were checked and they are fine. She has put on a lot of weight, though her topline is still a little ugly, but I think that it’s mostly due to conformation, so I doubt she will improve much more."
Rosey has been handled by children and is safe to give pony rides. If you have an extra stall and room in your heart and pasture please consider giving this lovely lady a new home. You can contact email@example.com for more information and set up a time to meet her.
Please keep in mind that horses are shown - contact Robyn Roseberry for more information or to make an appointment to come visit the farm. Call or text 814-746-6494 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
HORSES ARE SHOWN BY APPOINTMENT ONLY.
Equine Adoption Application
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A Non-Profit 501 (c) 3 Animal Welfare Association
Ruth Thompson, Director
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