Adoptable Horses

These horses are looking for new homes!

moses Name: Shady Trickster
Date of Birth: February 5, 2012
Height: Approx 17 hands
Gender: Gelding
Color: Chestnut
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233_Aces_N_Outlaws Name: Aces N Outlaws
Date of Birth: March 15, 2009
Height: Approx 16 hands
Gender: Gelding
Color: Grey/Roan
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dude Name: One Cheezy Dude
Date of Birth: June 18, 2011
Height: Approx 16 hands
Gender: Gelding
Color: Bay
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Old Fashion Halo

 

Old Fashion Halo – Spending the winter at the Save A Racehorse farm, re-learning how to be a horse. Watch out for this sweet grey filly next spring!

Blue, hanging out in his field

Blue, hanging out in his field

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4 comments

  1. Hi there. I was wondering if you could tell me more about gulliver? Why he retired, any special needs, etcetera. Also would love a picture of aces n outlaws. Thank you.

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  2. Hi Marissa,

    The Sale page has been updated with a few pics and video.

    Gulliver wasn’t actually a racehorse, he was found starving on the streets and Lisa stepped up and took him in when he was found. We don’t know anything about his past, but since he has been with Save A Racehorse he gained back weight (for the before pics check out the Save A Racehorse Facebook page-he looked terrible!), and has proven to be an easy keeper. He is a cribber, but other than that he has no special needs, vices, or anything. He used to be a bit pushy, but with consistent work in hand is becoming quite the gentleman. Under saddle he is a quick learner, fearless, and appears to know all the basic aids (forward, backward, lateral, etc), but he does still show signs of greenness. Give Lisa a call or text if you would like to see him in person! 253-951-6614.

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    1. Hi Jessica,

      Mt. Peak was retired in 2013, and went to a foster home for a year for let down. She came back to Save A Racehorse this August after her year of relaxation. Since she has been off so long we are slowly getting her back into work. She also came back with a bit of a hoof anomaly that we are working to correct. You can see on her photo above that her right front looks a bit steep. She has never had this issue before as a racehorse, so we believe that with patience and proper farrier care her hoof will go back to normal.

      If you have any more questions please contact Lisa directly at SaveARacehorse@gmail.com, or by phone at 253-951-6614.

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