Hello! My name is Flash
|Breed:||Pony - Other Mix||Color:||Chestnut/Sorrel||Age:||Adult|
I am already neutered, in need of an experienced adopter, and rideable.
Breed: Welsh Pony cross
Description: Dark Chestnut, blaze, 4 white socks
Age: 9 years
Level of Training: He is good with groundwork, leads, lounges, wearing tack and will
start saddle training shortly! He is very green. He is not spooky, but does need time
to warm up to new people and situations. He needs more confidence with the farrier
and having his feet cleaned and trimmed.
Special Needs: as with any pony, watch his weight
Rider Level: Advanced Intermediate.
Weight Restrictions: up to 140 lbs.
Adoption Fee: $800
Other Info: He is a clown and loves to play! He is always busy and would do very well
with a home that will continue to present him with new challenges and games! Flash
could probably do competing once trained.
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Rescue Group Info...
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.
The first step in the adoption process is to fill out an application, read and sign the rules of adoption. You will then be contacted to set up an appointment to see any horse(s) that might be a match. Horses can only be seen by appointment; we cannot accommodate drop-ins or last minute appointments.
Our adoption fees vary based on the overall age, health and training of each horse.
Front Range Equine Rescue (FRER) is a 501c3 non-profit organization working to prevent the abuse and neglect of horses through rescue and education.