Hello! My name is Reba
I am up to date with shots and good with kids.
Reba is a DOLL! She is extremely sweet and in your pocket! Love love love this little filly. Reba and her sister Faith came to SEO September of 2012, very starved and neglected. When SEO picked them up we thought they were weanlings due to their size... come to find out they are 2yr olds. But with the lack of nutrition through their baby stage their growth has been stunted.
Reba would be good for a very small adult eventually (if she grows) or stay just a kids horse, maybe even a cart pony. Currently she is about 11.1 hands.
Either way she will make an adorable little companion! Available for adoption through Sound Equine Options.
Her adoption fee is $200
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Rescue Group Info...
Sound Equine Options (SEO) was founded in 2009 by an equine veterinarian seeking to address the plight of horses whose owners could not afford to provide them with basic care.
In Northwest Oregon and Southwest Washington, as in the rest of the country, the number of unwanted horses and horses not receiving basic care exceeds the resources available to accommodate them. Though there are currently no accurate figures on how many of these horses exist, our research and work with regional animal control officers tells us these numbers are on the rise.
SEO utilizes a vast network of participants to strengthen the safety net for local horses; to provide them with a life of dignity, love, trust, and care. Our volunteers are passionate about the veterinary-based programs and the results they produce. Based on innovative practices, these programs address the need for temporary assistance and the unwanted horse issue on a national level while radically changing the lives of local horses.
- Once you've chosen a horse or a couple horse that you like and are interested in, we will just verify with some questions that you are eligible to own a horse. Then you will fill out our adoption application, set an appnt to meet the horse, have a site evaluation and also a reference check.