We have recently amended Kona's bio to explain that he is currently sponsorship only, as he has leg/feet issues which have not been resolved. Any help you can provide for vet bills would be greatly appreciated.
Kona is a very sweet senior (22 years old) Bay Quarter Horse Gelding who recently became a homeless horse. Kona's owner lost her home and could not afford to feed him, so Kona has gained weight nicely, and could still pack on a few more pounds. He is now on a good diet, had his feet trimmed, and has been wormed. He is sturdy, sound, healthy, trailers easily, and ties quietly.
Kona deserves a very good home, and here is why: Kona is about 15.2 hands tall, so he is mature and he is also not big and scary. He is very quiet and easy to ride. A wonderful "babysitter", Kona would be great for children, beginners, or even a first time horse owner.
Please tell anyone you know may be able to help donate towards Kona's ongoing vet care and who loves horses, about Kona. He deserves the best and is a sweet good-natured boy.
Please note: he is now getting furry winter coat and will be even more handsome when spring comes, or now, if he is frequently groomed and/or blanketed (although blanketed horses cannot have their blankets on during the daytime--night time only.)
We do home checks and there is a donation involved.
To meet Kona, please contact or donate (Paypal) at: firstname.lastname@example.org
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