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My name is Cinna!

Paso Fino for adoption in Gallatin, Tennessee - Cinna
Photo 1 - Paso Fino for adoption in Gallatin, Tennessee - Cinna
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I'm being cared for by:
Safe Harbor Equine and Livestock Sanctuary

Facts about Cinna

  • Breed: Paso Fino
  • Color: Bay
  • Age: Adult
  • Size: Large
  • Sex: Male
  • ID#: 6692926

Breed: Paso Fino

Age: 4

Gender: Gelding

Size: 13.3hh

Cinna came to Safe Harbor with Spartacus. He had been dumped in a rural area, and we have no knowledge of his history, or where he actually came from. Cinna was extremely fearful of people, and is a brilliant horse. When being rounded up to come to rescue he actually climbed up and over the panels of the catch panel and then jumped a 5 foot fence. We enlisted the help of a roper to actually get Cinna onto the trailer and into the rescue.

Fast forward 30 days--in rehab with our trainer, and Cinna is now a sweet and actually comical little guy. Every so often he has flashbacks to whatever caused his fear issues, but that is getting more and more rare. Cinna is currently being trained under saddle, and is able to carry a rider at a walk and trot,  He knows how to lunge, allows his feet to be handled and can be touched and brushed all over. He is motivated almost equally by curiousity and food, which is very advantageous to his training.

This lovely boy has a bright future ahead of him, and will become an excellent companion to the right home.

About Safe Harbor Equine and Livestock Sanctuary

About Our Rescue Group...

We are a dedicated team or horsemen (and horsewomen) who are seeking to fill the void for those horses that have no alternatives. Our Mission is as follows:

1) To be first responders and a resource to horses and livestock in cases of abuse and neglect. To provide those animals a safe harbor sanctuary where they will be treated with diginity and love as they prepare for new lifelong home.

2) To serve at risk and medically fragile children, as well as recovering veterans through structured equine experience opportunities.

3) To become a resource to low income families, unable to continue to care for their equine and livestock animals; providing food assistance when possible, or offering rescue rehoming services when possible.

Donate to Our Rescue Group...

Come Meet Our Pets...

We hold adoption events and open houses monthly, providing an opportunity to meet our adoptables.

Our Adoption Process...

We have an online adoption contract, and charge and adoption fee that is variable and stated by animal. We require a veterinary reference, farrier reference, and site visit for all adoptions.