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My name is J.P.!

Thoroughbred/Quarterhorse Mix for adoption in Las Vegas, Nevada - J.P.
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Facts about J.P.

  • Breed: Thoroughbred/Quarterhorse Mix
  • Color: Chestnut/Sorrel
  • Age: Senior
  • Size: Large
  • Sex: Male
J.P. is his name and his brand - ready for an experienced hand to take this big guy on his next adventure. 16.1hh and lots of saddle time, he just needs a solid rider to take advantage of past training and bring him back to a stunning ride. Super sweet on the ground, easy to handle, loves attention. 18 yrs young and lots of riding left to enjoy!
Adoption fee $875

LEAN prefers to adopt within southern Nevada in order to monitor the success of the adoption. Barn check and vet/farrier references required.

About LEAN Horses

About Our Rescue Group...

All Vegas Horses utilizes its L.E.A.N. program (Local Equine Assistance Network) to take in horses seized by or surrendered to local Animal Control agencies. These horses, donkeys and burros receive medical and rehabilitative care in the homes of our approved fosters until such time as they are adopted. A rigid screening process of both fosters and adopters is conducted to ensure we do our best to match horse and home appropriately. 100% volunteer 501c3 organization. We do not take horses in from private parties however we offer owners network help to find new homes for their horses.

Our Adoption Process...

All our horses are kept in private foster, so arrangements must be made to meet a LEAN horse. We require an adoption application be completed first to review and discuss with you before setting an appointment with a foster home. We carefully screen prospective new homes to ensure the horse and future owner/rider are suitable for each other. Barn inspection, vet and farrier reference are required. Adoption fees vary according to the horse's condition. For more information, visit http://www.leanhorses.org/horse-adoption-application/