These are that last 4 horses that need to find homes soon. They are part of a large seizure and have been at a boarding facility while the case when through the court system. If anyone can help, please contact me.
Talique also called Rocky, grey gelding, 7 years? He's got a great personality, walks right up to me in the field, stands quietly for the farrier, loaded right up in my three horse trailer. He enjoys being groomed and was very patient when I had to spend an hour getting the dreadlocks out of his mane and tail. I really think he will make someone a nice riding horse.
Connie bay TB mare aged 20+. She's the hardest keeper of the group. She's had her teeth floated (March), and they were not in that bad of shape. However, she doesn't like to be inside (she was in a stall for two years straight) and out in the field she is constantly moving and pushing the others from one hay pile to the next. She's pleasant to handle, good for the farrier and loaded right into the trailer. I'm thinking that she has had some training under saddle, but I have not ridden her. She has an ok appetite, I'm thinking she might have ulcers to some degree.
Graphique black tobiano warmblood mare, 20+. She is very pushy on the ground, she drug me everywhere when she first came, now she'll walk with me as long as I have a forward pace!! :) She is the dam of one of the stallions (newly gelded). She is good for the farrier, loaded right in the trailer, but I'm not sure of any riding history. She is a weaver if she is kept in a stall.
KC bay TB/Warmblood cross (my best guess), I'm not sure of her age, but it should be on her paperwork. This is a big stout mare, she has very little respect for anyone leading her, she isn't mean, just oblivious of me when I'm leading her. She is the easiest keeper of the group, the other mares get out of her way and she is the only one without a scrape on her. She's opinionated with the farrier, not a kicker, just reluctant at times to actually pick up her foot.... She also loaded in the trailer with no issues. I have not ridden nor worked her in a round pen, stories include that she is a bucker & that she is lame (no evidence of lameness that I have seen) She is a weaver if kept in a stall.
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