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Breed
Quarterhorse/Peruvian Paso
Color
Bay
Age
Senior
Size
(When grown) Large
Sex
Male
Pet ID
A475001

My info

Small blue checkmark Gelded

My story

This handsome bay gelding is Moonshadow. He originally came to Longmeadow as a stray and was adopted out for six years before being returned to the ranch at no fault of his own. Unfortunately, Moonshadow became unpredictable under saddle and we are not able to adoption him out as a riding horse. He is now available as a pasture pet only. He is very intelligent and would also do well with a person interested in groundwork training. He has a knack for learning new tricks and skills and has spent numerous hours with our groundwork team! Moonshadow gets along best with mares as pasture mates, as he prefers to be the head honcho!When Moonshadow was returned to the ranch he was extremely overweight. He has lost most of the weight, but we suggest restricting him to a dry lot or equipping him with a grazing muzzle. He is an extremely easier keeper, and does not require much to keep the weight on!Height: 13.3 HHAdoption fee: $350
This handsome bay gelding is Moonshadow. He originally came to Longmeadow as a stray and was adopted out for six years before being returned to the ranch at no fault of his own. Unfortunately, Moonshadow became unpredictable under saddle and we are not able to adoption him out as a riding horse. He is now available as a pasture pet only. He is very intelligent and would also do well with a person interested in groundwork training. He has a knack for learning new tricks and skills and has spent numerous hours with our groundwork team! Moonshadow gets along best with mares as pasture mates, as he prefers to be the head honcho!When Moonshadow was returned to the ranch he was extremely overweight. He has lost most of the weight, but we suggest restricting him to a dry lot or equipping him with a grazing muzzle. He is an extremely easier keeper, and does not require much to keep the weight on!Height: 13.3 HHAdoption fee: $350
Shelter

Humane Society of Missouri - Longmeadow

Contact info
Pet ID
A475001
Contact
Email
Address
Union, MO 63084

Their adoption process

Additional adoption info

Read our adoption requirements on our website www.longmeadowrescueranch.org
Read our adoption requirements on our website www.longmeadowrescueranch.org

Go meet their pets

Horses, cows, goats, potbellied pigs and other animals at our Longmeadow Rescue Ranch in Union, MO are available for visits during our Open House / Adoption Days every Friday from 12 p.m. to 3 p.m. and Saturday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. If you are interested in meeting our adoptable animals or our Barn Buddies who are available for sponsorship, please visit the ranch during one of these days or call 636-583-8759 to schedule a visit on another day.
Horses, cows, goats, potbellied pigs and other animals at our Longmeadow Rescue Ranch in Union, MO are available for visits during our Open House / Adoption Days every Friday from 12 p.m. to 3 p.m. and Saturday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. If you are interested in meeting our adoptable animals or our Barn Buddies who are available for sponsorship, please visit the ranch during one of these days or call 636-583-8759 to schedule a visit on another day.

More about this shelter

Nestled among 165-acres of woodland near Union, Missouri, the Humane Society of Missouri’s Longmeadow Rescue Ranch is haven for hundreds of abused and neglected horses, cows, goats, pigs, ducks and other farm animals. The ranch is one of the most comprehensive horse and farm animal care and rehabilitation centers in the country. In addition to animal care, ranch staff provide hands-on humane education experiences for both children and adults.
Nestled among 165-acres of woodland near Union, Missouri, the Humane Society of Missouri’s Longmeadow Rescue Ranch is haven for hundreds of abused and neglected horses, cows, goats, pigs, ducks and other farm animals. The ranch is one of the most comprehensive horse and farm animal care and rehabilitation centers in the country. In addition to animal care, ranch staff provide hands-on humane education experiences for both children and adults.