Available Horses

Updates on individual horses are provided when available. Forever Morgans strives to provide information that is as accurate as possible. The online catalog includes ads for many of the horses, although the most recent rescues may not be included.

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Featured Horse

Snoopy

Snoopy

Blossoms Wink and Nod

2003 Registered Bay Gelding, 15.3hh
BLOSSOMS SUDDEN IMPACT x BLOSSOMS AMBROSIA
Pedigree
Fostered in RI
Rehome June 2020
Adoption Fee: $300

Updated March 2021

Blossoms Wink and Nod AKA "Snoopy" is a sweet natured gelding who is always curious about what you are doing! He has built trust over the last 2 years and is now an in your pocket type of horse. He gets along with the other gelding and mare at the barn and is playful. He has excellent barn manners and stands great for the farrier. Snoopy was initially underweight, but since reaching an ideal weight he is an easy keeper, he is also barefoot. He is gentle around adults and children. He would do best with an intermediate rider in a quiet ring setting who is willing to be patient and consistent.

Updated July 2020

Blossoms Wink and Nod, now called Snoopy, was acquired by Forever Morgans in fall of 2018 and adopted in December of that year by someone who wanted a horse to drive the neighborhood roads and trail ride. He is described by the adopter as "the sweetest horse" with wonderful barn manners. Snoopy was returned to the rescue in June of 2020 because he is anxious on the road and has not settled down for trail rides. He spooked and sidestepped into traffic but never bucked.

A professional trainer worked with Snoopy at his adopted home weekly for a year and a half. There is no ring there, so the focus was on trail work.Hw also spent two weeks of professional riding and driving training in February of 2020. The trainer felt that in time he would be OK for arena riding but said he is spooky and overreacts. She recommended a low-key environment and suggested that he would be a good companion horse. He ties and is well-behaved for grooming and in his stall. He loaded and unloaded from the trailer without incident when transported to the training barn. He does not crib.

Snoopy lets other horses take the lead in turnout and is good with both mares and geldings. The adopter felt Snoopy would likely be fine as an only horse. His teeth were floated in 2020, and he was up to date on vaccinations at that time. The adopter reported that Snoopy does require a good amount of food to maintain his weight. He has shoes on but could be fine barefoot if not doing roadwork. At 15.3 hands, he is able to carry a taller rider.

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Recent Rescues, in quarantine


These horses are currently boarded at a quarantine (QT) facility; due to the nature of QT, they cannot be handled much. Information is still limited to what we know but will be updated as soon as it is available.
 

Boarded - Needing A Foster Home

Horses in the listed section below are currently boarded. The horses have completed quarantine and are ready to move to a foster or adoptive home. The provider gives excellent care, but due to the number of horses at the facility the horses cannot receive much individual attention and are not able to be ridden. Forever Morgans has to pay standard rates for their board and care. Please consider adopting or fostering one of these horses.
Travis

Travis

DCA SEALYS TRAVELER #165315

2004 chestnut gelding , 15hh
IRISH EBONY x MARVAL AIRE SEALECT
Boarded in PA
Rescued March 2021
Adoption Fee: $600 now/$700 in foster home

Travis was an Amish buggy horse. One former owner, a farrier who has known a lot of horses, said, "That horse has the most unusual character of any horse I’ve owned, and he was the horse I'll probably remember the longest. He has charisma. In the stall, he's the sweetest horse I’ve owned."

Travis was a fun driving horse who loved to go fast and had the attitude of a much larger horse. He was not hefty enough for the work one owner needed him to do and too strong for the man's wife to drive so was sold to a family member, another Amish farrier, as a "Sunday" buggy horse for short trips. Due to his energy, he "held hard" and was also too much for that man’s wife to drive so was sold. According to both farrier owners, Travis was sound with good feet and legs when he was brought to an auction two years ago, although he had trouble keeping weight on and never developed a muscular hind end. As a young horse, he was sold by his breeders because he wasn't going to be big enough for them to use as a riding horse as they needed a tall horse.

We don't know what Travis was used for in the two years prior to coming to Forever Morgans.

While the dealer told us Travis rides, we have not been able to confirm that. The former owners we talked to did not recall doing any riding training with him but saw no reason why he couldn’t be trained to ride. We were told he could be a good carriage horse for an experience driver who can handle him taking a hold. One owner commented that Travis was always the same horse even if he stood around for two weeks without work, as compared to horses who can be a challenge if not worked regularly. He was described as a kind horse who had no vices.

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Blaze

Blaze

FM Blaze

2006, Black registered gelding, 15.1hh
HEARTQUEST BLACK REAGEN 154624 x WAR LE FIRE BIRD 0147392 Boarded in PA
Rescued January 2021
Adoption Fee: $600 while boarded/$700 in a foster home

Blaze's DNA is back and we have exiting news!!! He is not registered but can be as his parents were and there is a 2006 stallion report on file. YAY!!!!!!! Sire's pedigree

Rides and said to drive.

We were able to get Blaze before he went into the auction circuit. YAY! Blaze's former owner said he was driven and ridden bareback. We will know more after evaluation. We do know he picks up his feet well, loads like a dream, and seems like a solid citizen.

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The Real Deal

The Real Deal

LVM The Real Deal 183058

2008, Bay gelding, Reg. Morgan, 15.2hh
LVM The Black Ace x Ryan's Caprice
Pedigree
Boarded in PA
Rescued February 2021
Adoption Fee: Special Needs Horse

A link to information on his sire and a photo of him.

More info as we receive it .....

The Real Deal

Shane

Shane

Shane

2009 Bay Gelding, Said to be Morgan, 14.2hh
Boarded in PA
Rescued January 2021
Adoption Fee: Special Needs Horse

More info as we receive it.

Shane

Mittens

Mittens

WONDER FARM TOM 178309

2008 chestnut Morgan gelding
TIMBERVIEW SILVER x WONDER FARM ANNA
Boarded in PA
Rescued January 2021
Adoption Fee: TBD

Rides and probably drives.

More info as we receive it.

Mittens

M & M

M & M

M & M

2009, Black mare Said to be Morgan, height TBD
Boarded in PA
Rescued Feburary 2021
Adoption Fee: $600 now/$700 in foster home

Bonded to Frank

This mare broke our hearts. She's obviously scared, confused, and very dependent on her pinto friend. No one else was going to save her. We will see if she is Morgan via DNA, and we will see what she knows when she is in the hands of a foster who can reassure her and get to know her, we couldn't leave her pinto friend behind, so we bought him too, and would like to keep them together, at least for the the near term. We rolled the dice with these two.

She is a mystery right now, in many ways, and needs a gentle hand to help us learn her story.

M & M

Frank

Frank

Frank

Boarded in PA
Rescued February 2021
Adoption Fee: $600 now/$700 in foster home

Bonded to M&M.

Frank

JRH Are You Kiddin' Me

Kid

JRH Are You Kiddin' Me

2013 Chestnut Registered Morgan Gelding, height : TBD
Dragonmeades Axios x Ring Girl
Pedigree
Boarded in PA
Rescued August 2020
Adoption Fee: Special Needs Horse - The adoption requirement that he receive regular vet exams for his eyes and treatment as designated by the vet, with annual update reports to Forever Morgans.

Kid is described by a former owner as a fun horse to drive who loves attention. He is blind in one eye but still drives. An Amish buggy horse, he came with a note that said he is not sound for long trips and balks if not handled properly. For that reason, he is best suited for an experienced handler. We were told that starting him off uphill sometimes triggered the balking but that he was fine for hooking; doesn't take a hold; and is generally traffic safe, although he might look at a scary vehicle or puddle. It is not known whether Kid was taught to ride. We do know that he spent a short time at a professional training barn as a 2-year-old but was sold before his education progressed beyond longlining because his owners were looking for a different type of horse. He had no vision or soundness issues then.

A former owner from several years ago said Kid tied, cross tied, and loaded on trailers at that time. He did not crib and had no other vices at that point. Because he recently came into our rescue, we have not had a chance to evaluate him yet.

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Gabriella

Century Gabriella

Century Gabriella #0139144

1996 Registered Bay Mare, , height TBD
CARREG WEN COMMANDER X DKS SPRING TOPIC
Pedigree
Boarded in PA
Rehome NOVEMBER 2018
Adoption Fee: Special Needs Horse

Gabriella is a Special Needs mare.

Gabriella has very good ground manners, and likes being groomed. She has difficulty eating hay and needs senior feed. She's very lovable. She showed signs of stifle issues when she first arrived was evaluated, was put on rest, and is under re-evaluation.

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Nordic

Nordic

RKT NORDIC CHI TEA #174399

2005 Registered Black Morgan Gelding, 14.1hh
Nodaway Tolie x Ranchboss Ariana
Boarded in NY
Rescued December 2019
Adoption Fee: Special Needs Horse

Nordic, Quite the beauty. He is one stocky built boy. Old style build Morgan. He is more beautiful in person than what his pictures show. This boy was never taught to properly lead, he will often use his brute strength to take you where he wants to go forgetting anyone is at the other end if the lead rope. It is not uncommon for him to barge down the barn hall or outside dragging you around. He would do well with a refresher of being taught to flex his neck and give to pressure. He is leary of fly spray at first but then adapts and allows it. He does have a steady limp, Equioxx helps but does not control all of his pain from the high ring bone. He enjoys grooming, and getting his handful of Senior is the highlight of his day. He will suck in his tongue and drool afterward to savor the flavor and is quite comical. He is not bad for the farrier but can be pushy during his trim. Very easy keeper.

He is also the dominant horse and will often let the others know on the other side of the fence that he won't back down if another attempts to dominate him.

Nordic

Dark Shadows Mystery

Dark Shadows Mystery

Dark Shadows Mystery #

2011 Registered Black Mare, Height : TBD
MATLICK VIEW RANGER x MONACO MEXACALI ROSE
Boarded in PA
Rescued November 2019
Adoption Fee: Special Needs Horse

From previous owner .....
This mare's barn name is Mexi (as in her Mexicali from her dam’s name). Mexi was broke to drive at 2 and was used for trips to town. She was too slow as buggy horse, so they used her as a broodmare. They decided to sell her when she was open this fall even though she had been bred.

She has not been driven in six years. They don't recall ever riding her. They said Mexi had no safety issues and does not crib. She probably ties but that they would have had little reason to tie her. They said she loaded into the trailer easily.

Mexi foundered at some point, although it was a mild case. Her low fetlocks (which I had to specifically ask about as the owner thought they were mild) did not seem to bother her, but she had stifle soreness. They had a chiropractor work on the stifles a couple of times, but she was still sore.

Dark Shadows Mystery

Currently in Foster Homes

These horses have completed quarantine and are now in foster homes. Fosters treat the horse like it is one of their one; they help to evaluate and work with the horse to help it find a forever home. Some fosters can provide formal training, others simply offer a safe place for the horse to regain its health and trust. Fosters provide regular updates and photos of the horses. If you are interested in adopting one of these horses, contact forevermorgans@hotmail.com to be put in touch with the foster home for more information.
Wick

Wick

Wick

2010, chestnut gelding, Said to be Morgan, 14.3hh
Fostered in NY
Rescued February 2021
Adoption Fee: $700

More info as we recieve it.

Wick

Cookie

Cookie

Cookie 2004, Chestnut, said to be Morgan, 14.2hh
Fostered in MA
Rescued December 2020
Adoption Fee: $700

Rides and said to drive.

More info as we receive it

Cookie

Bailey

Bailey

Bailey

2006, Bay, Said to be Morgan, 15.1 hands
Fostered in MA
Rescued December 2020
Adoption Fee: $700

Rides and said to drive.

Bailey

Raven

Raven

Raven

1998, Black Mare, Said to be Morgan, 14hh
Fostered in NC
Rescued January 2021
Adoption Fee: $600

She is a sweet girl, very nibbley/mouthy. She’s clearly used to getting treats a lot and our feeling is that she was not an Amish horse but rather one who is used in a fair or pony rides or on a petting farm or something like that. She is very comfortable being led around or following someone and less comfortable just being ridden. She’s clearly had a lot of uncomfortable tacking up in the past because as soon as you put a girth to her belly she lifts a back leg like she might kick a little bit. It’s the only time I’ve seen her do that And I’m sure she’s been cinched up tight and quick multiple times which is what’s causing that reaction.

She would likely be great on a trail ride if she had another horse to follow, I didn’t take her out in the woods on Sunday because she was just so unsure of herself independently. I haven’t yet found a bit that she’s comfortable in without tossing her head to no end, and so I used a bitless bridle with her Sunday, which Was OK other than she did a lot more pulling because she’s not great with voice commands, riding or lunging. I do have a couple of other ideas of bits I’ll try later this week. She is however, very eager to please and she wants to do the right thing even if she doesn’t know what it is. She stands on the fence line waiting for you to come over to see her and loves attention! She’s super easy to catch in a pasture. Basically I think she’s had a unique set of experiences which have led to or caused some real gaps in her knowledge. She’s smart and willing enough to learn them though, with the right training. And then I think she’d be anyone’s unicorn. She would love home of her own and some one to bond with. She is the bottom of the herd.

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Kestrel

Kestrel

Kestrel

2004, Brown Mare, Said To Be Morgan, 15hh
Fostered in NC
Rescued January 2021
Adoption Fee: $800

Kestrel is in-foal, sire unknown.

Rides and said to drive

More info as we receive it

Kestrel

Finch

Finch

Finch

2000, Chestnut Gelding, Said to be Morgan, 15.1hh
Fostered in NC
Rescued January 2021
Adoption Fee: $600

Rides and said to drive

More info as we receive it

Eva

Eva

Eva

2012, Bay Mare, Said to be Morgan, 15.1hh
Fostered in MN
Rescued January 2021
Adoption Fee: Special Needs Horse

Eva was an Amish driving horse. When she got here I had my farrier pull her road shoes off. Her hooves are very brittle for some reason. About 5 days after pulling her shoes a huge chunk of her right front hoof broke off. Both the vet and the farrier believe she had an abscess about 3 months prior so it was a weak spot. Now a couple days ago a chunk of her left front broke off. We are starting her on a hoof supplement to help strengthen her new hoof growth.

I also trailered Eva to the vet for leg x-rays she has mild ring bone in both hind legs. In both of them they are starting to fuse so the vet isn't too worried about them. Her left front is normal. Her right front has severe ring bone. He gave me an anti-inflammatory to try and see if it helps her.

Right now she also has girth itch that I am trying to treat (it is hard when it is cold and the treatment is to use shampoo and other liquids!) right where her harness went on her.

Eva is a super sweet girl! She follows me around like a puppy. I call her my shadow! She loves attention from everyone. She is great for the vet and farrier. She is the dominant horse in the herd.

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KAT

Kat

GETTERDUN KATBIRD COMMAND

2000 Registered Bay Gelding, 14.2hh
UVM Alliance x TM Kathleen Command
Pedigree
Fostered in OH
Rescued October 2020
Adoption Fee: $700

Kat is like a sturdy time capsule - he's spent several years on pasture and he moves like a horse half his age. His hoofs and legs are phenomenal. Lots of substance to this guy! He was ridden when he was younger, but because it's been awhile, he's being started like a young horse. So far, he's polishing his sense of personal space, his patience and always showing his very best manners. He should be under saddle again by December, 2020 - probably sooner.

Kat is a friendly, agreeable sort, not at all skittish but sometimes unsure of what's being asked. He tries hard to cooperate and learn, and he rarely needs to repeat a lesson. He's easy to catch and is an easy keeper. His current setup is a stall with attached 10'x20' paddock, plus 8-12 hours of turnout daily, and he does very well on that plus a handful of grain with, if the weather is bad, a couple flakes of grass hay per day. He's a little too "round" right now.

Kat wants to bond with one person he trusts 100%. He was deeply attached to an equine friend he spent many years with, and he acts like he wants that again. Although he's shown zero aggression toward other horses, he's turned out alone so that he doesn't get separated again after deep attachment. He's been very respectful of fences.

Kat is a "talker" who rattles a gate or a door if he thinks you're ignoring him. He's getting a lot of not-so-fun stuff done right now - dental check-up, farrier work, deworming - to update his veterinary records. His vaccinations are up-to-date.

Once he wraps up his groundwork, a certified Centered Riding instructor will handle his under-saddle work, and he's expected to progress quickly.

KAT KAT

Valor

Valor

Dia H Valor

2000 Registered Chestnut Gelding, 14.2hh
DJB YUKON JACK x DIA H TOMBOY
Pedigree
Fostered in AZ
Rehome July 2020
Adoption Fee: $300

Valor is a sweet boy who is easy to handle once we catch him, as he’s rather cagey. He has fears from some past trauma or mishandling that makes him wary of what you're going to do to him. But once he sees you mean him no harm he settles down and he can be led, brushed and have his feet handled. He has excellent feet which rarely need trimming. He stands well for the farrier. Valor needs a very experienced rider who can take their time with him and gain his trust. We have saddled and bridled him but have not ridden him because of our ages and his skittishness. Before he came to live with us he was ridden by a trainer and seemed to do fine. He is very responsive when we work with him in the round pen. He seems to be gaited.

Valor

Timberdale

Timberdale

Timberdale Robert Royal, #172133

2006 Dark Chestnut Registered Morgan Gelding, 15.1hh
Equinox Reflection x Baronet's Royal Flush
Currently in MA
Adoption Fee: $700

Limited Training. Timberdale lives outdoors in pastures with a run-in barn and daily grain. He stands freely for grooming, fly-spray, barn cleaning, etc.

Reflection

Reflection

Rose Valley Reflection #0127429

1992 Registered Chestnut Mare, 14.1 hands
Pinehaven Chief x FrostyPine ShadyLady
Pedigree
Fostered in PA
Rescued October 2013
Adoption Fee: Special Needs Horse

Reflection is a calm, quiet mare who is easy to handle. She is a former broodmare with heavy Funquest lines, a daughter and granddaughter of the popular stallion Pinehaven Chief. She was not familiar with being lunged but tried hard to understand what was wanted; previous owners said that she is not trained to ride or drive and was only used as a broodmare. She has a bit of a swayback, so would not do well being ridden. She is funny about being caught -- she is initially hard to catch, but comes right to you if you ignore her, and once you scratch her neck she stands to put the halter on. Reflection is a sweet mare who would be happy in a quiet, peaceful pasture. She can be an alpha mare, not aggressive but clearly in charge; her foster mom says that she is a good broodmare who is used to running the herd, but does not have to be the boss. She is a very easy keeper.

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Kayla

Kayla

Julie's Fine Kayla 144538

1998 Registered Bay Mare, 14,2-14.3hh
Wales Farm Echo x Magenta's Portia
Pedigree
Fostered in IL
Returned Feb 2018
Adoption Fee: $300

Updated November 2020

Kayla is described by her foster home as a lovely, sweet girl with big doe eyes who loves people and being fussed over. She was adopted a number of years ago but had to be returned to Forever Morgans when her adopter could no longer care for her due to family health issues.

She had not been ridden much in the year prior to that and has been ridden only once since being returned to us, at which point she was described as nervous, although that is understandable as she was barely ridden in the last few years. In her adoptive home, she stood quietly to be tacked up and had a nice walk and trot but could be challenging to get into a canter, as can be typical with former Amish buggy horses (her previous life). The adopter took her on some trails with other horses but never solo. She tended to be anxious on the trails, but the adopter felt that she was an extremely sweet horse who would make a wonderful riding horse with some work. The foster took her to a local Amish trainer for a driving evaluation. She was fine for hooking but was then strongly focused on going forward at a swift pace and would not walk. She resisted several types of bit by tossing her head. The Amish trainer reported that her teeth were bad and floated them. He also noted that she has some wear and tear on her legs so is best suited for light use.

Kayla gets along beautifully with the mare she is turned out with and does well in a stall but prefers a run-in shed. She lives in a large pasture but is an easy keeper and might benefit from having her pasture intake limited.

Kayla behaves well for the vet and farrier. We think she would blossom in a home where someone could give her a purpose and consistently work with her.

Updated Sept 2018

She is a real joy to have around the barn. She is sweet and loving and gets along beautifully with my paint mare. I do not ride, so I can't tell you how she does with that. I love to drive and bought a cart and harness for her. I did not feel comfortable just hitching her so I took her to local Amish trainer to see how she would do. Good idea, she hitched just fine but has a lot of git up and go, would not walk. We had her teeth worked on but she still fought the bit(we tried 3 different kinds) It was decided that in order to try and work this out, which would take quite a while, I would just bring her home. She would do well with an experienced person, but as of know, not a real pleasure to drive for a beginner or older person who wants to go slow. I still love her and she has a home here unless she gets adopted.

Kayla stands around 14.2 or 14.3. She is a lovely, sweet girl with beautiful big doe eyes! Loves people and loves to be fussed over. Great for vet and farrier. Loads excellent. Will stand quietly for tacking. However, she has not been ridden much over the past year or so. Walk, trot is great but it is hard to get her to canter sometimes. Has only been trail ridden with other horses and is a bit clueless and can get a bit antsy on the trails. Before we had her she had been a buggy horse. I think with a little work she would make a wonderful riding horse. She has an extremely sweet personality. She does well in a stall but prefers the run-in shed.

Kayla

Phoenix

Phoenix

Penncrest Phoenix Rising #145816

1998 Registered Bay Gelding, 14.2hh
Nobility X Atavista Alouette
Pedigree
Fostered in FL
Rescued January 2017
Adoption Fee: $600

Updated June 29, 2020

Phoenix loves people and is looking for one to call his own. He would be an eye-pleasing pasture ornament and an ideal pet for someone who enjoys spending time bonding with their horse through grooming and groundwork.

He is safe for anyone to handle on the ground and also enjoys giving leadline rides to small children but is not a fan of heavier riders. One of his hips appears to be out of alignment and likely causes discomfort in his pelvis area when he asked to carry the weight of an average adult. He prefers to walk and trot only. Phoenix gets very attached to people and is good natured but has opinions about what he will and will not tolerate. One thing he will not tolerate is whips. He will lunge without a whip but refuses to cooperate if the handler carries a whip. He also does not like to leave the barn but is cooperative once he is out of the barn area and on the road.

He is easy to catch; ties well; stands for grooming, tacking up, bathing, and picking his feet up; and does everything he should do on the ground. He does not show any inclination to bite or kick. He has become very attached to the person who works with him on groundwork, such as going over cavaletti to strengthen his hind end.

A former Amish buggy horse, he has been harnessed several times at his foster home with no issues but has not been driven there.

He does well living with other geldings in a run-in shed and was also fine in a stall, although he is a chronic cribber so does better outside. He sucks wind but does not chew wood. If given the opportunity, he likes to be the herd boss but will back down. It is unknown whether he gets along with mares as we have not turned him out with them. His foster feels that he would likely tolerate being an only horse as long as he gets enough human attention. He is not a difficult keeper and maintains his weight well on a quality grain with a timothy/alfalfa/coastal grass mix. He did have some trouble sweating last summer in Florida's heat and humidity and might do better in a cooler climate. His teeth were checked in January 2020 and were in good condition, and his foster said he has good feet.

While he has not traveled since arriving in foster care, the shipper who delivered him said he rode fine in the trailer.

His foster feels he would be a perfect companion for someone who enjoys having a horse to groom and spend time with but not ride. It is possible that he might do well as a trail horse for a lightweight rider who does not want to canter.

Phoenix

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Nobi

Nobi

FCM NOBLE PHOENIX #166843

2004 Registered Bay Gelding, 13.3hh
Nanton's Phoenix x FCM Fury of Love
Pedigree
Fostered in AZ
Rescued December 2017
Adoption Fee: $700

Update Sept 2019

Nobi loves attention. Ties loads good in stall. Good on fences and with other horses. Low man in pecking order. Easy easy keeper. Good feet. Good for farrier. Utd on worming and shots.

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Holly

Holly

WHETSTONE HOLLY

1997 Registered Chestnut Morgan Mare, 14.2hh
Charlestown Scotland x Charlestown Light My Fire
Pedigree
Fostered in MD
Rescued November 2018
Adoption Fee: $300

Holly came to Forever Morgans after her elderly owner's health issues prevented her from keeping Holly any longer. Holly was with that owner since the age of 2 and had been ridden lightly for a short time but was never trained to drive. She has not been ridden since she was 3 years old and unseated her owner. Her only job since then was to be a companion to an older gelding in a large pasture in northern Vermont. Though not affectionate, she has adjusted well to being at her foster home and now enjoys being groomed, getting treats, and greeting her foster person at the fence. She has a mild personality and has gotten along very well with the foster's other two horses from the start. She tolerates the resident border collie.

The foster home reported that a vet exam with bloodwork in spring 2020 indicated Holly is very healthy and doesn't seem to have arthritis. Her teeth were brought up to date on care at that time. The foster has not seen Holly crib, kick, bite, or display any other vices. She seems to have good feet, although she has needed sedation for farrier visits.

Holly does well with free access to go in and out of a stall as she pleases and prefers to hang out under an overhang when she's near the barn. She is only locked in the stall to eat meals and is on pasture the rest of the time. She loves her food and answers to the foster's whistling.

The foster has not tried to ride her. The foster did try to blanket her but said Holly was too skittish. Though not handled much before coming to Forever Morgans, she now crossties and stands quietly while being groomed and leads without issues. She has only been trailered twice in her life, once when she was 2 years old and the second time upon intake by Forever Morgans. It took a good amount of time to load her and she had to be sedated during the trip, so she will need further work in that area and a long-distance adoption would not be advised.

Holly could benefit from training in a home with an experienced handler who can consistently work with her.

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Amazemint

Mazie

W-B Amazemint

1989 Chestnut Morgan Mare, height : TBD
Windhoverenchantmint x MR. R's Miss America
Pedigree
Fostered in VA
Rescued April 2018
Adoption Fee: Special Needs Horse

They called her Amy. The owner's wife described Amy as amazing. They would have kept her to live out her life on pasture but are very limited on space and did not have room for both Amy and another horse. Amy still drives wonderfully, even for their 10-year-old child. She is safe for anybody to ride and will adjust her level of energy to suit the rider. The 16-year-old gets on her and "rides hard," and Amy appears to love it; yet when the 6-year-old rides, Amy becomes a complete babysitter. In general, she has more fire riding than driving. She ties and is thoroughly safe on the ground. Even their family's youngest, not quite 2 years old, was in the stall trying to brush her legs to prepare her to leave. It was hard for the entire family to get rid of their "darling Amy" but especially terrible for the kids. They were overjoyed to hear that people might be working to find Amy a good home.

They estimated Amy to be about 15 hands. They said they would call her sound, although she has recently had some trouble with her back fetlocks giving while driving downhill on pavement but not to the point of falling. They also noticed this when she did a 180-degree turn too fast when riding. They described her feet as fine with no laminitis issues. Although her teeth have not been done in recent years, they have not had a problem with her teeth and did not need to give her special feed.

Although she can be bossy, she is fine with other horses.

Amazemint Amazemint


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