Available Horses

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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.


Featured Horse

Missy

Missy

SBS Junior Miss

1996 Registered Chestnut Morgan mare, 14.1hh
Merriehill Chicagoan x Charlestown Moonbeam
Fostered in NY
Rescued March 2017
Adoption Fee: Special Needs Horse

Missy is a very sweet, kind mare who came to foster care thin and depressed with an evident hip injury. She is thriving in foster care with lots of food, turnout, hoof care, massages and teeth floating. She is putting on weight and her hip asymmetry is beginning to change. The masseur has recommended line driving her in straight lines to further help her injury. She is very grateful for any kindness. Pretty and royally bred. She would be an easy companion horse and could well be an equine therapy horse.
MissyMissy

Special Needs Horse
Adoption fee will be waived on the condition that the contract between the adopter and FM is amended to include specific agreements about future treatment and training.


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

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.
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.

More info as we receive it.

Gabriella

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.
Misty

ATM Trust In Me

ATM Trust in Me #0126247

1992 Registered Bay Mare, 15H
Oak Creek Trust Fund x Symphany's Interlude
Pedigree
Fostered in AZ
Rescued November 2016
Adoption Fee: Special Needs Horse

Misty is a very sweet mare. She is the first to nicker at the fence, waiting for her nightly carrot. She is very well behaved on the ground. She even parks out for you, with a simple tug on the halter. She follows me everywhere, would rather be with me than the other horses. She absolutely loves to be groomed, in fact she will fall asleep while I'm grooming her. She almost has a smile on her face as she's getting pampered. She didn't even flinch when I got the clippers out, so she has been clipped, that's for sure. We do not think she can be ridden anymore. I have ponied her on a few short rides, and she does wind herself up. I don't take her any longer than about a half hour. A former injury has caused her to loose strength in her hind end. Currently, we are unable to trim her rear hooves, as she can't seem to hold herself up when one leg is supporting her weight. My farrier does check her regularly, and so far she is keeping her rear hooves where they need to be. We don't want to stress her out over something that doesn't need fixing at this time. She gets around just fine in the pasture. She is the low man on the totem pole, so is separated from the rest of the herd but hangs with everyone on the fenceline. She loves my old gelding, they are a cute couple . She has been having issues getting up after laying down. She is persistent, and does get back up. We monitor her closely for this. She has adapted to it very well, and doesn't give up. She would do best with another horse. She would be perfect for a young person (I picture a pig-tailed little girl), to learn how to groom and handle a horse from the ground. She is well behaved and patient with people. Our vet said she is healthy, other than the weakness in her hind-end. She is current on all vaccinations and regular trims. We love her to pieces, but would like to see her have her own person so that we can do this again for another Morgan.

Misty Misty Misty Misty
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

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.

Nobi
Monarch Lady

Monarch Lady

RG Monarch Regency Lady

1998 Registered Bay Morgan Mare, 14.3hh
Funquest Monarch x RG Black Regency Rose
Fostered in NC
Rescued September 2018
Adoption Fee: $600

Has been a broodmare. She does ride.

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Cindy

Cindy

RUDOY COURAGEOUS CINDY #0161603

2003 Bay Registered Morgan Mare, Height TBD
Rudoy Royal Prince x Oak Grove Priscilla Dawn
Pedigree
Fostered in PA
Rescued November 2018
Adoption Fee: Special Needs Horse

June 2019
Ms. C is a sweet mare who is gentle with her pasture mates and would make a good companion horse. She is an easy keeper who is doing well on pasture during the day and hay at night with no grain.

She had road shoes on when she was obtained by Forever Morgans so is thought to be a former Amish road horse. In addition to driving, Ms. C is also broke to ride but is not expected to regain soundness. She has 50 percent flexion in one hind leg so walks differently on it. She does trot and canter around the pasture.

Described by her foster home as shy, Ms. C is at the bottom of the pecking order in the pasture and has no conflicts with the foster home's other horses. The foster thinks she did not get much attention at her previous home. She had to learn to take treats.

She is mannerly for the vet and farrier, although she does best for farrier visits when treated with an anti-inflammatory medication on those days due to having to stand differently to accommodate the lameness. She cribs moderately when in a stall but not when out in the field. The cribbing decreased by 90% following ulcer treatment. The vet said that from the looks of teeth, she had cribbed for a long time and probably never had her teeth done. But she has naturally good teeth and should not require any extra dental care now that her teeth have been brought to good condition.

Cindy Cindy Cindy Cindy Cindy
Holly

Holly

WHETSTONE HOLLY

1997 Registered Chestnut Morgan Mare, height TBD
Charlestown Scotland x Charlestown Light My Fire
Pedigree
Fostered in MD
Rescued November 2018
Adoption Fee: TBD

She does ride. More info as we receive it.

Holly Holly Holly Holly
Advice

Advice

W-B Advice

1998 Registered Chestnut Mare, 14.3hh
NISARA'S ADAM'S MARK x W-B HER HIGHNESS
Pedigree
Fostered in MI
Rescued December 2017
Adoption Fee: Special Needs Horse

Updated September 2018

She is fine with other horses...on the bottom of the pecking order.

She can be shy and walk away from you in the pasture but is fine once you have her. She’s easy to work with on the ground although she still isn’t too excited about being fly sprayed, she doesn’t do anything bad. Fine for the farrier and the vet and grooming.

I think she likes the company of another horse...don’t think she’d like to be alone. She would do great as a companion horse and I think would be happy with human attention.

I think may need a little extra attention in bad Winter weather as I caught her shivering last year when my guys were fine. She had a very light coat when I got her. Not sure if that’s normal for her but she may need to be blanketed/stalled in bad weather.

Advice is Special Needs because of lameness in her left rear - perhaps sciatica. The vet report states that he would not recommend her for riding. Thus, she is available for adoption as a companion horse or pasture pet.

Advice Advice Advice
Amarillo

Amarillo

Amarillo, Grade Morgan, No DNA Match

~20 year old Grade Buckskin Gelding,15hh
Fostered in NE
Rescued in September 2017
Adoption Fee: $300

He does ride.

Amarillo is good to handle. He leads like a gentlemen. Good for the farrier. Good on cross ties and for grooming. Amarillo is pretty laid back. Amarillo can sometimes be hard to catch. But come armed with treats and he is in your pocket.

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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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Bobby

Bobby

RH&MJ Aprils Bob-a-Rebob #176744

2006 Registered Chestnut Gelding, 15.1hh
OHF Creative Endeavour x Esther's Pretty April
Pedigree
Fostered in VA
Rescued December 2016
Adoption Fee: Special Needs Horse

Updated Sept 6 2018

Bobby continues to be the sweetest boy ever. He turns out with a group of 7 and does very well, he is middle of the herd. Bobby's manners are excellent, he stands for his trims with the farrier in the crossties, can be groomed and bathes by children safely, he loves the kids and attention.

Current on all immunizations and teeth floating, he will be receiving his fall shots this week.

Unfortunately I have not ridden him but once since he was not sound after work, he does lunge at walk and trot but with consistent work he is sore on the old injury from a driving accident before Forever Morgans took him in.

I give him a half cup of low starch grain with Magnesium twice a day to keep a cresty neck at bay since I have such lush pastures with all the rain we have had this summer. He is also on MSM and if he is "off" in the pasture he gets Equioxx. He has access with his buddies to stalls with fans 24 hours a day, he will stall quietly as well.

Special Needs Horse
Adoption fee will be waived on the condition that the contract between the adopter and FM is amended to include specific agreements about future treatment and training.

Bobby Bobby Bobby Bobby
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: $300

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

Larue

Larue

LARUE'S ON TIME # 188720

2014 Registered Black Gelding Height : 14.3hh
WVS DIXIE'S FOXY DUDE x ACORN RIDGE BLACK LIGHT
Pedigree
Fostered in NE
Rescued March 2016
Adoption Fee: Special Needs Horse

From the foster home : Larue has had 3 busy months since he arrived at our barn. Most important is his opinion, was making friends with the other horses and getting used to being on full turn out. He did the usual running and bucking, but he showed good judgment and good manners with the other horses. It was a smooth transition for everyone. Larue was very deconditioned and also had an unusual looking left shoulder/front leg. His left foreleg was weak and it caused an obvious irregularity in his gait. His defect was never painful but all of the turnout must have been exhausting for him, he took a lot of naps. But, the sunshine and exercise have made him a much stronger and happier horse.

Larue is smart, likes attention and tries to please you. He learns quickly. He leads very well, ties, cross ties, is excellent for grooming and bathing, He also loads and trailers very easily and knows how to lunge.

We also made a trip to the vet clinic to get his shoulder evaluated. It appears that the abnormality was a result of a grain based diet and a calcium-phosphorous imbalance. The abnormality in his shoulder affects the strength of the bone as well as the range of motion and flight path of his left front leg. The rhythm of his gait is irregular at the walk but he looks fine at the trot and canter. The vet feels that he will not be sound for riding due to the condition of his shoulder. He is now being offered as a special needs horse.

That being said, Larue is a very beautiful, intelligent young horse. He is a pleasure groom, he loves to do groundwork and I am sure he would easily learn to do some tricks, too. He has a lot to offer in terms of companionship and friendship. He is a great stress reliever who always puts a smile on your face.

Jax

Jax

Jax Touch of Velvetine

1999 Registered Bay Morgan Mare, 14.3hh
BLACKTUXEDO FORMAL ATTIRE X EQUINOX VELVET
Fostered in MD
Rescued March 2018
Adoption Fee: $700

Updated Sept 4 2018

Jax is a beautiful dark bay 19 year old registered Morgan. We have been fostering her since late March/Early April 2018. She is looking for her forever home. Jax spent her life as an Amish driving horse and from what we have been able to ascertain, she is green broke. She walks well under saddle and is amenable to children on her back. She stands well on cross ties, is perfect for the farrier and vet. She is hesitant around fly spray and fly masks. She leads and lunges well. She does well in the pasture with other mares. Jax is an independent soul. She loves horse treats and backrubs.

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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 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

Cricket

Cricket

DIA H Cricket #0129651

1993 Registered Chestnut Mare, 14.2 hands
DIA H SKY WALKER x RM'S DIANA
Pedigree
Fostered in WA
Rescued June 2017
Adoption Fee: $600

Cricket has been previously used as a trail horse and in 4H. She is gaited. She is said to be easy to handle, very sweet, and gets along great with the other horses.

Cricket Cricket
Copper

Copper

QUIETUDE STEEPLECHASE #144729

1998 Registered Chestnut Gelding, 14.3hh
CRISPIN OF QUIETUDE x MEADOW OF QUIETUDE
Pedigree
Fostered in IN
Rescued November 2016
Adoption Fee: $300

Though we've ridden him some, he still has his demons and becomes anxious. He's good on the ground, a lovely uncle for any equine needing comfort or manners and a simple, friendly soul. His face is scarred, so no telling what he's gone through. We do know that his education was rushed, his papers were eventually lost and that he passed through multiple hands.

Ideally he would go to a place where he can continue help raising colts or a quiet pasture to retire on.

Copper Copper Copper
Bewitched

Bewitched

FMRescue Bewitched

Grade mare, 14.2hh
Fostered in MS
Rescued October 2015
Adoption Fee: $300

Bewitched is a lovely, typey (unpapered) mare who would be suitable for an experienced horse owner or an intermediate owner with a trainer. She would benefit greatly from some professional training in order to fulfill her true potential. She appears to have had some saddle training but is far from finished. She would also benefit from a groundwork refresher. Bee is very sweet and is an easy keeper. She is great in a herd and is about in the middle. She loves getting scratches and hugs, and will lay her head on your shoulder - she's a typical Morgan in that regard. She has a lovely head carriage, halters easily and has beautiful motion, with a lovely stride and trot. Bee takes no notice of dogs and cats in the pasture with her, and takes them in stride. She has had a professional evaluation and here are the results: Bee seems to have some fear issues, which may indicate a lack of basic groundwork training. She tends to crowd and circle you and sometimes rushes forward. She is skittish when having her back feet trimmed, so needs a patient, experienced person for that. She often paws the ground, especially when eating. She is not very quiet on the cross ties and will try to turn. She is better single-tied, but still does not stand very patiently. She seems somewhat anxious inside the barn and does not like being in a stall. She loads reasonably well into the trailer; however, she hauled nervously, and was sweating when unloaded. She knows how to lunge reasonably well. Simple ground work, e.g., bending, backing, etc., seems to help her learn how to lead better. When preparing for saddle work, she tacked up nervously but did OK. She was lunged carrying a lightweight western saddle, and reared up. Overall, she was forward, but was not wild. She stood well and allowed a rider to mount. There were no issues while she was led carrying a rider during a short walk. She is likely broke to ride, but would need further evaluation under saddle.

Bewitched Bewitched Bewitched With fellow rescue Morgan Hill Southern Belle.
Phoenix

Phoenix

Penncrest Phoenix Rising #145816

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

Updated September 6 2018

Phoenix is great on the ground and in his stall. Still doesn’t like lunging. Rides well at the walk and trot. He will also ride out side the ring. Would make a decent trail horse. Can be hard to get to canter. He’s sound as far as we know. Is suitable for a Intermediate Rider. Can be handled by beginners on the ground.

We have decided he doesn’t lunge. He hates it and doesn’t really need to be lunged. He will ride either English or Western. He is still sticky at moving forward but he is getting better. Not dangerous and can be ridden by a experienced /rider. Either adult of older child. Phoenix likes people and is well mannered to work around. Good with Vet. Farrier Bathing Clipping, tying bridling, and saddling. Needs a Strong Leader but can be handled on the ground by anyone. He does wind suck and is a hard keeper because of that. Phoenix is a healthy sound horse. Just needs more riding. He would do well in a pasture where he wouldn’t crib so much.

Phoenix

Phoenix

The Baptist

The Baptist

The Baptist #163603

2002 Black Registered Morgan Gelding, 14.3hh
Black River Trojan x The Cat
Pedigree
Fostered in WY
Rescued December 2017
Adoption Fee: $700

This boy is a reg Morgan named The Baptist - 15yrs old - 14.3h. He was saved off the Peabody, KS kill lot and is looking for his adoptive family. The Baptist is going to need at least an intermediate rider - someone who can keep him calm, who can stay relaxed if he spooks, and who can ride through stuff like that. He is reserved at first but succumbs to scratches easily - he has excellent ground manner.

The Baptist has trust issues especially around men. He needs a person who has the skill and time to build his trust.A really good fit would be someone who could train as well as build the relationship.

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Music Rose

Music Rose

MUSIC REGENCY ROSE

1996 Canadian Registered Black mare Height : TBD
Windhover Regency x Shalom Gypsy Rose
Fostered in IL
Rescued October 2016
Adoption Fee: $600

Updated Sept 2018

Music Regency Rose on a recent trip to Wyoming. She has come a long way! Initially she didn't trust people at all-and would strike or run you over. She now has nice ground manners, will stand quietly on a leadline, gets right in the trailer, cooperates with the farrier, comes to investigate what the people are doing when she is loose in a mountain meadow, and will lead or follow on the trail. She crosses water, bridges (big and little), navigates her way through rocks and roots. Like many FM horses, we don't know what happened in her "before" but she has shown her game and forgiving spirit in learning to trust again.

Music Rose Music Rose Music Rose

NAME

Suddenly

NONESUCH SUDDENLY #0167598

2004 Registered Bay Mare, Height : 14.2hh
UVM Addison x Nonesuch Secret Storm
Pedigree
Fostered in NC
Rescued July 2016
Adoption Fee: Special Needs Horse

Updated March 2019 Nonesuch is a star for the vet, farrier, chiropractor, grooming, electric clippers, power washers or anything you want to do with her as long as you don't mess with her left ear. I unbuckle the crown piece to halter her vs pulling it over her ears. She is in your pocket in the pasture. Very easy to catch. She ties and cross ties. She has been happy in the pasture with any mare I have put her with. I don't have geldings so I can't address that. I usually just turn out in pairs but for a few weeks she was in with another Morgan and a Welsh pony with no problems. She usually lives with my draft cross, Pepper. Pepper is the boss but they are very attached to each other. Noney will run and buck if Pepper is riding nearby but settles quickly once Pepper is out of sight. If it is really muddy I put Noney in her stall when we ride so she doesn't risk slipping. She is fine in a stall. No cribbing, kicking, etc although she will cry if she is in the barn alone. Usually my horses live outside with turnout shelters in their paddocks.

The times I've taken her to the county fair she has loaded perfectly. No hesitation. No fussing in the trailer. Calm when she arrived at the fair and saw things like a ferris wheel with interest but not alarm. The sheep, goats, chickens, cows, rabbits turkeys and people in the livestock barn didn't faze her. If she wasn't lame, she would be perfect!

She loves attention and will stand for grooming as long as you are willing to do it. No need to tie her for that. Easy to blanket.

Nonesuch Suddenly has an undiagnosed hind limb injury. She has had a chiropractic treatment and is improved but needs further diagnostics to determine the exact issue and if it's resolvable. She showed some response to fetlock flexion so diagnostic nerve blocks are recommended to differentiate a lower versus upper limb issue.

At this point, further diagnostics are needed to determine if Nonesuch will be rideable or pasture pet. Should not be ridden until a diagnosis is made.

Special Needs Horse
Adoption fee will be waived on the condition that the contract between the adopter and FM is amended to include specific agreements about future treatment and training.

SuddenlySuddenly Suddenly Suddenly

GIRL

Girl

THFM Black River Girl # 0181157

2009 Registered Black Mare, Height : 15hh
UVM JOVIAL X TRI K DOMINOS STARLETTE
Pedigree
Fostered in OH
Rescued December 2015
Adoption Fee: Special Needs Horse

Update 2/3/19: Black River Girl is a Special Needs Horse as she has a chronic intermittent left hind edema that never returns to "normal", during the waxing edematous phase she is also mildly lame. The hoof growth on that limb is significantly less than the other three as notated by the blacksmith. She is a-febrile and does not significantly improve with antibiotics, but has favorable response to NSAIDS.

She is a little skittish. She is pushy in her ground manners but responds well to a chain lead shank. We are working on her ground manners. She does stand well for the farrier and has learned to stand to be blanketed and have blankets removed. She also has learned to get along with goats. She has a sweet personality and wants to please.

Special Needs Horse
Adoption fee will be waived on the condition that the contract between the adopter and FM is amended to include specific agreements about future treatment and training.


Pending Adoptions


These horses have adoptions that are pending but not yet completed. Sometimes the adoptions don't go through, so if you are interested in one of these horses, please contact forevermorgans@hotmail.com and you can be notified if the horse becomes available.
Captain

Captain

Captain Adoption Pending

2012 Unregistered Seal Brown Gelding, 14.3hh
??? x April Radiance (DNA submitted)
Fostered in IA
Dam Rescued 2012
Adoption Fee: $300

Sometimes when we rescue a Morgan and they are adopted, they turn out to be a two-fer! This was the case for Captain. He now needs to find a new home, a forever home (though if we can't find an adoptive home ASAP, a foster home is needed equally quickly). His DNA has just been submitted to AMHA in hopes of identifying his sire and registering him if eligible.

Here's what his current foster who has known him all his life has to say about him :

This sweet guy was a pasture ornament for the first 6 years of his life after his dam was rescued from auction by Forever Morgans. Very in-your-pocket personality, but was unhandled until we halter broke him and gelded him in Fall 2017.

He's been saddled, blanketed, bridled, tied, trailered, and started long-lining. For being so green, this guy has the best brain and despite his age, is extremely willing to learn. While he isn't aggressive in the least, his size and inexperience warrants an experienced horse person with more time than we have to put into him. We've been fostering him for the last year, and are hoping to help him find a new home.

Captain Captain

Ruby

Ruby

J-Nuf Royalty Ruby 1439088 Adoption Pending

1998 Registered Chestnut Mare, 14hh
Billy Dee Royal Hawk x NY-Hill Katherine
Pedigree
Fostered in VT
Returned Feb 2018
Adoption Fee: $300

Ruby update from foster home : August 29 2018

Ruby is a wonderful Morgan, small in stature, but big in heart and love. Ruby is just 14h and quite a stocky built little girl. Ruby is a mare who likes to be the only girl in her paddock but she does do well with geldings. She is quite aggressive with grain and I do wet it down for her due to a chocking episode. Ruby definitely needs an intermediate or expert rider. She is extremely intelligent and does know when she can intimidate her rider if they are timid or a beginner. She bathes, clips, leads, loads, good for farrier and vet. She is fun to ride and keeps you on your toes. She is very pretty and tries hard when asking her to do something she is not sure about. She is good at shows and on the trail needs a little more encouragement but does better with other horses. Ruby loves one on one attention from her human.

Ruby Ruby

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