Arabelle is sound for riding and could go english or western. She works weekly with our natural horsemanship trainer to keep her up to speed. She was likely trained on the track and needs lots of work to become a great riding horse. Arabelle will need an experienced rider.
She has more whoa than go and would make a great trail horse or western pleasure horse. She is eager to please and enjoys being ridden. Arabelle is aprox. 6 y/o, 16 HH. Arabelle is a dark bay with black points and a white star. She loves to be groomed and is easily handled. She needs a little work standing well for the vet and farrier. Arabelle enjoys spending her days grazing with her best pals,Destiny and Flea. She is accustomed to other farm animals and equipment and gets along well with mares. Arabelle is barefoot and current on all her shots; she had her teeth floated in Fall 2015.
If you'd like to adopt Arabelle, please go to CASanctuary.org and fill out an adoption application. The adoption fee for Arabelle is $500.00.
Can't adopt but still want a horse friend? What about sponsorship?
To sponsor Arabelle or one of our other horses, go to http://casanctuary.org/getinvolved/sponsor/
Your sponsorship will help pay for Arabelle's food, bedding, farrier, and vet care. Sponsorship is $ 100 per month. It is a great way to get involved and support an animal even if you can't take one home. Your sponsorship will include: 2 glossy photos of your animal, a 1 year family membership to CAS, and VIP visiting privileges by appointment. Sponsorship even makes a great gift!
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