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  1. Appaloosa - Lucky - Medium - Senior - Male - Horse

    Appaloosa - Lucky - Medium - Senior - Male - Horse Lucky is a well broke all around horse that would do well on trails. He will require an intermediate rider. He is a leopard ap. Visit http://www.panhandleequinerescue.org for more info on how you can adopt. CHARACTERISTICS: Breed: Appaloosa Size: Medium Petfinder ID: 25541762 CONTACT: Panhandle Equine Rescue, Inc. | Cantonment, FL | 850-393-9793 For additional information, reply to this ad or see: http://www.petfinder.com/petnote/displaypet.cgi ...

  2. Quarterhorse - Many Available - Large - Young - Female - Horse

    Quarterhorse - Many Available - Large - Young - Female - Horse Voulunteer Equine Advocates has many available horses and ponies for adoption to approved homes. You can visit their website at WWW.VEA-TNHORSERESCUE.ORG GRULLAS, CHESNUTS, BAYS, SORRELS AND APPALOOSA MARKINGS........PLEASE LOOK TO ADOPT!!!! CHARACTERISTICS: Breed: Quarterhorse Size: Large Petfinder ID: 11261819 ADDITIONAL INFO: Pet has been spayed/neutered CONTACT: Friends of Hannah at The Hairy Moose Pet Retreat | Gallatin, TN | 615 ...

  3. Appaloosa - Ruby - Medium - Adult - Female - Horse

    Appaloosa - Ruby - Medium - Adult - Female - Horse Ruby is a beautiful, Appaloosa 14 year old mare who was rescued from a neglect situation. Ruby stands 15.3hh. She has been in training at her foster home in natural horsemanship and needs an intermediate/advanced rider. Ruby is currently in a foster situation, but a visit can be arranged upon request. The fee to adopt Ruby is $750.00/ For more information about this or any of our other adoptable animals please visit our website, www ...

  4. Appaloosa - Lucy Too - Large - Senior - Female - Horse

    Appaloosa - Lucy Too - Large - Senior - Female - Horse Lucy Too came to the rescue when an auction barn owner was moving and asked us to take his blind horse. He knew that it was illegal to send a blind horse to slaughter. Many blind horses manage so well, that they do end up going to slaughter, because no one even notices that they are blind or cares enough to check. Lucy is a very nice mare who is gentle and loves people. She is totally blind with cataracts. It does not appear that surgery would ...

  5. Pony - Deja Vu - Medium - Senior - Female - Horse

    Pony - Deja Vu - Medium - Senior - Female - Horse Deja Vu is an incredibly sweet little Appaloosa pony mare. She is about 24 years old and can be ridden and lead around with a child on her back. She has very respectful ground manners, loves attention and carrots. Deja is such an EZ keeper that she needs a dirt lot without much grass, so that her diet can be controlled or her feet get sore. CHARACTERISTICS: Breed: Pony Size: Medium Petfinder ID: 22363565 CONTACT: Save The Horses | Cumming, GA | 770 ...

  6. Appaloosa - Blue Sky - Medium - Young - Female - Horse

    Appaloosa - Blue Sky - Medium - Young - Female - Horse Blue Sky was born at DHR on Memorial Day of 2012. Her dam, Sierra, is an Appaloosa and her sire, Blue, is a Welsh Pony. Sky has been handled regularly since birth and is very trusting. She gets along well with other horses and loves attention from people. Sky is quiet and laid back enough that children could handle & be around her. She is ready to go to her new home! Adoption Fee - $450 To learn about our adoption process or to become a ...

  7. Appaloosa - Sequoia - Extra Large - Adult - Female - Horse

    Appaloosa - Sequoia - Extra Large - Adult - Female - Horse This is Sequoia. She is an older girl who needs to be adopted out as a pasture or companion horse only. She has had an injury to her front left leg that was left untreated and to heal by itself. This was before we got her, but it does not seem to bother her walking around. She can even run on it, but she does not need the extra weight on her back of someone riding her. She will probably have arthritis in it later on in life and will need ...

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