Friday, February 15, 2013

Today's Animal in Need

‎#636 - Bay Saddlebred Gelding. Age: 10. Height: 16.1. Price: $225. Extremely friendly treat/att'n hound in the pen, rode through quiet & willing at a walk & trot. Needs an owner with experience bringing back underweight horses.

Total Cost With Fees: $363.00

Notes: This social butterfly was tied at the rail and made it his business to greet everyone who walked in his direction. He is quiet, gentle, polite and a major treat & attention hound who seemed to crave human contact. In the ring it was announced that he had been "worked to death & never fed". He rode through quietly, was very willing & showed nice suspension but did not have the classic high kneed gait. On Thursday he was easy to catch, easy to handle & stood quietly for his pictures. When asked he eagerly trotted out in hand & when his leader ran faster he gamely stepped into a quiet, collected little canter. Didn't try to run ahead and stopped as soon as his leader did but that just goes to show how willing this guy is. He would likely be suitable for an Advanced beginner but more importantly he needs a home with someone who has experience bringing back underweight horses.


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  1. Oh my heart! Why do people starve animals.

    1. I'll never understand cruelty like this.

    2. I never will either. It's a mystery.

      Luckily, animals tend to be very resilient. I've had a few rescues that were in terrible shape when I got them (and a friend brought a horse back from absolutely horrifying shape) and they really do well with love and care.

      I'm glad this fellow has a chance at a good life.


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