9/28/2009

Appaloosa herd dispersal


The horses in the photo are a group of geldings in search of a home. They are all broke to ride, some having gone both English and western.
Sunny Acres Ranch is helping an appaloosa ranch place approximately 35 horses. These horses need to be placed due circumstances beyond the owners control. The owner has worked very hard the past two years to prevent things from getting to this point, but the loss of her partner has left her unable to manage such a large herd on her own. These are impeccably breed horses who are all halter broke, good with the farrier, load, tie, and have wonderful temperaments. Many of them have just returned from Idaho where they were in training. They are easy to handle on the ground and many of them have had training in their past. Here is a chance to get a good quality, papered horse at a reasonable price. The current owner wants to make sure that each horse goes to a good home.
Sunny Acres Ranch is featuring each of the horses with a description on their board. Please go visit if you are inspired to have some adventures with a spotted horse of your own.
Enjoy your day and don't forget to hug your
DOR

9 comments:

Amanda said...

They are beautiful. Wish I could afford just one more!

fernvalley01 said...

Good that there is someone willing to help out .I hope they are all placed easily and in good homes.The fact that they are quiet and trained sure helps

Kate said...

They look like very nice horses - wish I lived closer!

Angie said...

How do you get into contact with them to see about adopting a horse? I am interested in one of them.

jc said...

I hope they all find permanent, loving homes.

Grey Horse Matters said...

Such a shame to have to get rid of their horses. Hope they all find good homes, and have happy lives. Wish I could take some.

Cactus Jack Splash said...

Angie,
Click on the link to Sunny Acres Ranch in the main posting, she is processing the applications.

Powell River Books said...

Even though I would love to have another horse, I know my lifestyle wouldn't allow it. I hope they all get wonderful new homes. - Margy

Desert Rose said...

Jack...Little Lady will be going down to the CA desert in 4 weeks all by her self in a 3 horse trailer! If the Ownwer's of these horses REALLY want to Give away these horses to someone who will value a horse that can still be ridden on a pack of trail horses...I have 2 openings on a trailer going south for the winter. Emai lme at janepollin@aol.com !!!!

 

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