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Facts about Dino
Breed: Thoroughbred Mix
Dino is a very sweet off the track Thoroughbred gelding. With a racing career that went up until 2008, Dino has won a total of $7,258.00 in 25 starts. His previous owner was forced to surrender Dino after he lost his job and could no longer afford to keep him. Dino came to us severely underweight and in need of some farrier care. After a lot of love and care from our SPCA staff and volunteers Dino is starting to blossom into a very beautiful horse. Dino is a very fluid mover with lots of forward movement. He has a beautiful extended trot! Dino also ties, bathes, loads into a trailer, and stands great for the farrier. He gets along well with other horses, and has been ridden in the past. Dino would do well in a home with an experienced rider or someone who was working closely with a trainer who has experience with ex- racehorses. Dino is sound and healthy and ready to go to his forever home. Please feel free to contact the Barn staff with any further questions. If you would like to meet Dino please complete the SPCA horse adoption application at www.SPCAmc.org/horse and our barn staff will contact you to set up an appointment.
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