in need of an experienced adopter, rideable, up to date with shots, and good with kids.
I am in need of an experienced adopter, rideable, up to date with shots, and good with kids.
Lovely Thoroughbred mare, off-the-track, needs intermediate rider or better. She's been ridden in an arena and pasture setting. She would be good on trails or could become a low-level competition horse (hunter under saddle), has done ground poles and 18" jumps. Lulu was entered into a show where she received several ribbons often over more seasoned horses. Gets along with other horses; located in Nokesville, VA. Adoption fee $1700
Front Range Equine Rescue began in 1997 and was incorporated as a Colorado non-profit on 8/1/97. Front Range Equine Rescue began as an all volunteer organization with Board members providing the initial foster homes. A small self-care facility soon housed several of the incoming rescue horses as well. Over the years, Front Range has worked hard to increase its capacity and was able to purchase a 40-acre facility in Larkspur in 2006. A major gift campaign in 2007-2009 allowed for further expansion with the purchase of 81 additional acres in Larkspur late in 2009. Horses are also kept at 2-3 other private facilities in the area.
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