Here are descriptions of the 5 horses from the George farm that still need to be placed. If you are interested in any of the horses listed below please contact Ginger at firstname.lastname@example.org
1- Raven is a sweet girl, Quarter Horse, about 12 years old. Broke. She is sound, easy to handle and an easy keeper.
2- Willow: Has have 60 days training on her. She is now saddle broke but green. Thinking she is around 7-10… She is good having front feet done but needs to be sedated for her hinds. She is not a mean or aggressive horse but has to be able to trust you. Would make a great one person horse who is willing to put the time into her to get her to trust people more. I recommend having an indoor arena or a solid round pen to start her back to the basics. She is a stunning horse with very nice conformation. She has had no injuries and is a very easy keeper. She is low horse in pasture which makes her good with most any horse you put in with her. She is built like she would make a good trail horse, gamer, or roper. She needs an experienced rider to get her going. Once she bonds with someone she will make a great horse!
3- Luna, mare (Boarding with Michelle Putney at MK2 Farms in Elmira NY) Luna is about 5-8 years old and functionally Blind. Otherwise healthy. She is bonded with her mother, Izzy
4- Hope: Shy at first but once you have her you can do anything with her. She is not too fond of baths or the farrier but handles both in any event. The farrier she may give some grief to at first and does not seem to care for all men (farriers or otherwise.) She will load and haul fine & when she came to her original adopters she adjusted pretty well. She also loves equine companionship so an ideal home will have other horses. A little arthritic in back legs so she is on a 2x a day joint supplement. Children have sat on her. Very Friendly. Fat and happy girl
5- Aurora is a big flashy and beautiful girl. 15 hands. Aurora was put into training with Sarah Koch three months ago and has come a long way. She loves to be pet and will stand at the railing and allow kids to pet her. She needs a lot of sedation and has not had her feet completely done in one session ever. The vet has administered sedation when the farrier has come. The vet administered sedation when her teeth were floated last month and that went well. This horse is absolutely stunning but undisciplined. Fast mover and sound. She trailers in open stock. She needs daily and assertive training. Not for a beginner.