Ziggy - We aren't sure on his age but to be safe I'll say approximately in his 20s. However he doesn't act "aged" and still has plenty of get up and go while riding. Good manners. Chestnut, saddlebred, gelding, approximately 15.2 hands. Adoption fee is FREE.
Bella - approximately 5 yr old chestnut saddlebred mare. Sometimes we come across horses that we don't click with in any way shape or form besides possibly a mutual dislike for each other.... Bella is mine. From the day she was born we have never gotten along. Then thru a weird twisted turn of events she was given to another rescue behind our backs and was adopted out thru them. Once things got straightened out everything was fine until the woman could no longer keep her and she came back to us. She was spoiled while with the other lady and developed some bad habits and never really seemed to learn any good ones. I think with the right person though she has a ton of potential, she has beautiful gaits and has an attitude that could take her really far if it's channeled correctly. But she needs a strong, patient, determined, experienced trainer with time to spare. Not broke to ride. Adoption fee is FREE. Update 10/28/16 - Bella is getting allot better overall and doesn't look for treats anymore and doesn't get an attitude just because you're in the field with her. I now have even more faith that with the right trainer she could do just about anything.
Baloo (aka: Blue) - Blue is a medicine hat paint gelding, 16 hands, and approx. 17 years old. When he was younger he was shown in dressage and is trained to leg and seat pressure and rides in a bitless bridle. Once he retired from the show ring he was used for trail riding. Last winter was extremely hard on him as far as his weight was concerned but he is and has been steadily gaining it back, its just been slow going. The farm where he was before he came here was nothing but tall amazing grass, and we only see grass like that in our dreams (our fields are on a hill so once it got eaten down its just never gotten a chance to grow back because the rain just washes everything out), so i think that going from good grass to nothing but hay and grain also had an effect. Not much anyone can do thru the winter as far as grass but once spring and summer role around he will put all of his weight back on really great if he has access to good pasture. He does fine being stalled overnight but will stock up in his hind legs. It goes away quickly once he's turned out. Adoption fee is free