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Hannah is our newest
rescue and she needs
This page is dedicated to spreading the word
of horses in need. These animals and owners are
NOT affiliated with the Circle P Sanctuary.
We are posting these requests as a courtesy with the
intention of connecting people looking to
sell/re-home their horses.
Please contact the owner directly via the information
they have provided in their post.
China is an appendix mare that is 15 years old.
She is a little over 15 hands. She has cushings
disease and take 1ml of pergolide a day. She is a
very sweet horse that gets along well with other
horses. She use to give lessons to children. I have
had china since she was 2 years old. She has
always been a very sweet horse! She probably
won't be able ot be on a lot of pasture. She is a
cushings mare so she needs to have a low starch
diet. I"m in Lexington, KY but have a trailer and
could bring her to a possible home. I'm willing to
purchase a bottle of medicine to go with her which
will last 60 days. Thank you for all your help.
Please feel free to email me fore more information
Hello, I'm trying to find a forever home for my beloved horse
Junior. He's 22 and because of arthritis in his hocks he
cannot carry a regular rider anymore and should only have a
very light rider on his back probably no more than 30-50 lbs.
if that. I am about 250 lbs. so will never be able to ride him
anymore. This horse is very special to me and I only want
what's best for him. I have an ad online for him but I think
at this point I would feel better if he went to a sanctuary
instead of someone running him down. I am definitely
willing to help sponsor him each month to help with his
feeding costs to make sure he goes to a safe good home.
Here is an in-depth summary of Junior's background:
WELL FOR STARTERS HE IS A FAMOUS HORSE THAT IS A
PIECE OF AMERICAN HISTORY. HE LED THE FUNERAL
PROCESSION FOR THE WELL-KNOWN MOTHER OF CIVIL
RIGHTS MOVEMENT, ROSA PARKS IN DETROIT IN 2005. SHE
IS IN ALL THE HISTORY BOOKS, MUSEUMS AROUND THE
COUNTRY AND A GREAT PIECE OF HISTORY. HE IS A 22 YR
OLD BLACK TENNESSEE WALKER GELDING. THIS HORSE HAS
BEEN THERE AND DONE THAT. HE'S DONE HUNDREDS OF
EVENTS, INCLUDING PARADES, COMMUNITY EVENTS,
CHURCH EVENTS, BIRTHDAY PARTYS AND THE LIST GOES
ON. HE DEFINATELY DOESNT LOOK HIS AGE AND IS VERY
HEALTHY EXCEPT FOR |TH|E ARTHRITIS THAT HAS SET IN,
WHICH IS THE REASON IM A TRYING TO FIND HIM A
FOREVER HOME. WITH MY WEIGHT I AM NO LONGER ABLE
TO RIDE HIM AND WITH SOME HEALTH ISSUES OF MY OWN,
OTHERWISE I WOULD DEFINATELY NOT BE LETTING THIS
WONDERFUL HORSE GO. HE HAS NEVER EVER COLICED OR
FOUNDERED. HE IS UP TO DATE ON SHOTS INCLUDING
WEST NILE, WORMING AND JUST HAD HIS TEETH FLOATED.
HE HAS SHOES ON FRONT ONLY BECAUSE BACK SHOES ARE
NOT ALLOWED ON HORSES AT BARN WHERE I BOARD. HE IS
NORMALLY SHOD ALL THE WAY AROUND BECAUSE I DID
MAINLY ROAD RIDING ON ASHPHALT AND CONCRETE. I
HAVE RIDDEN THIS HORSE ALL OVER GROVE CITY IN THE
CITY ON THE STREETS AND ALL AROUND COLUMBUS THRU
NEIGHBORHOODS AND ALONG MAJOR STREETS. HE ALSO
HAS DONE MANY TRAIL RIDES AND WILL GO ANYWHERE
AND CROSS ANYTHING. THERE IS SO MUCH ABOUT THIS
HORSE THAT IM BOUND TO FORGET
SOMETHING.....ABSOLUTELY NO BAD HABITS, NO BITE,
BUCK, REAR, WILL NOT TAKE OFF WITH YOU, PARKS OUT,
RESPECTS YOUR SPACE, CAN DO ANYTHING WITH HIM OR
TO HIM AND HE DOESNT CARE. WILL STAND BY HISSELF
WITH JUST A LEAD AROUND HIS NECK FOR A BATH (YOU
DONT EVEN HAVE TO HOLD HIM), GREAT FOR FARRIER,
GREAT TO LOAD, STANDS STILL FOR GROOMING, GETS
ALONG WITH OTHER HORSES, SAFE SAFE SAFE FOR
ANYONE, ESPECIALLY KIDS. WE USED TO GIVE LESSONS TO
KIDS WITH HIM WHEN HE WAS A STALLION BECAUSE HE
WAS THAT CALM AND LAID BACK. I'M SURE I'M LEAVING
SOME THINGS OUT SO IF THERE SOMETHING SPECIFIC
PLEASE ASK. I DONT WANT HIM TO GO SOMEWHERE WHERE
HE WILL BE RODE HARD, OVER EXTENDED OR RODE BY
HEAVY RIDERS SO I THINK A SANCTUARY WOULD BE THE
BEST THING FOR HIM. WELL I THINK IVE COVERED MOSTLY
EVERYTHING. HE STILL HAS MANY YEARS TO GIVE
SOMEONE ELSE AS MUCH JOY AS HE'S GIVEN TO ME AND
EVERYONE WHO'S MET HIM. I WILL NEVER BE ABLE TO
REPLACE THIS HORSE, EVERYONE SAYS THAT. IF YOU HAVE
ROOM FOR HIM AND COULD OFFER HIM A GOOD LIFE,
PLEASE CONTACT ME. IF YOU CAN'T TAKE HIM AT THIS
TIME, IF THERE IS ANOTHER SANCTUARY THAT YOU COULD
SUGGEST TO ME, I WOULD APPRECIATE IT. MY # IS
Chica Wow Wow (Quarter horse)
Out of # 4628120 Zip Coosa Bama
(quarter horse) and # 4702635 Coulda
Been Awesome (a palomino world
champion halter horse.)
She is a registerable 4yo sorrel mare.
She has been shown in halter, and did
pony rides we think. She is 14.3 maybe.
Sweet. Ties and trailers and bathes and
great for farrier. Seems ouchy in the front
right, but not all the time. Had thrush and
that is starting to resolve.
Many people use these key words about
their horse and they are all
true for her. She enjoys people and new
situations. We trailered
her a lot to different farms with my horses
as a buddy horse and to
see how she would do.
Even though she is trainable, I am not sure she is trained. She was
fine with saddle - but really mouthed the bit. She let us lead my 13
year old daughter Arianne around on her with out any problem. So
lead rope pony ride type of thing works with her. I would not
consider her completely sound or bomb proof. She just has a really
great start and lots of good qualities for daily stables noise and
situations. Not much scares her. Since she is a rescue I do not
know everything about her, so she is buyer beware. She does not like
my other mare especially when in heat. I would be interested in trading
for a gelding that is trained and ridable, middle age or older. (any age is
fine, I love the older ages too).Call or text me 740-272-0612 - can deliver
her within reason, locally, central ohio, for gas fee enough to take her into
Looking for a Loving Home!
Baron is a beautiful registered Arabian gelding who needs a forever loving
home. He is in wonderful health. He is 15 hands high and 22 years old. He
loves people, is extremely curious but a bit lazy. He has been trained in
dressage. He is full of energy and at our age is too much for us to handle.
He needs an experienced rider. He is sorrel wth a white blaze.
We have pictures we would love to send.
Our goal is a great home for Baron. Please contact us via email at
email@example.com or phone 419-668-4588. Thank you , Susan Rose
We are no longer able to afford to keep
our horse Cooper. He is a flashy,
attractive, 16.1 hand QH (not registered)
gelding who is approximately 12 years old.
When we purchased him, we were told that
he was started as a driving horse in Amish
country (Wayne/Holmes county Ohio). We
have not had the opportunity to drive him
ourselves so we cannot comment on his
ability level. We have used him as a riding
horse and have shown him locally mostly in
He is wonderful on trails and a star at
obstacle courses such as those used in
mounted patrol training. Without flinching,
he walks over lit flairs and mattresses. He
is sound. He does best with front shoes
when working. We are not offering him for
sale because he has a chronic medical
condition which requires medication but is
not an immediate threat to his life. He is
HYPP N-H and he requires medication and
a diet low in potassium. He does best with
lots of turnout time and a consistent level
of exercise. We want to find a safe and
appropriate adoptive home for him where
his needs will be met. He would be a good
fit for someone looking for a companion
horse, driving horse or a trail horse. Being
ridden in a show ring is not something he
particularly enjoys so, if you are looking for
a free horse for your child to show, he
would not be a good option.
He can be a challenging mount when a lot
is being asked of him or if he is being
ridden by someone timid or inexperienced.
As a result, we don't believe he is a good
choice for someone who wants a show
horse. We have taken care of him for
nearly 7 years now and the decision to
re-home him is very difficult particularly for
our kids. Serious inquiries only. Vet and
farrier recommendations will be required.
Contact Tammy at firstname.lastname@example.org or
Cooper is looking for a new home
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