“Al”

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“Al” reg Quarter horse gelding 17 years old  15. 2 HH dun. His papers are currently misplaced but hopefully will be located. Al is a portly fella. He has been attending weight watchers and is experiencing good results. He and “Susie” were in the same “Whitmans Sampler” pasture. There is a mountain of upside to this big horse. First of all he’s easy on the eyes. He is the most kind and gentle guy you’ve ever met. He has no bad habits. He an easy keeper. Excellent trail horse. Trailers, ties, good for farrier. Traffic safe. Great beginner horse! No kidding! We all know how difficult it is to find them. Great husband or guest horse with no trip to the ER.  Ok, so her’s the down side… Al hs a touch of Caudal heel syndrome so he has to wear shoes up front. In my opinion that’s a small price to pay for all the upside you get with big Al. 

Al is not in a hurry to get anywhere. (I can guarantee he won’t run off with aunt Judy)

You can head out on your own, in company he will lead or follow on the trail but will not be breaking any speed records.

Sorry about the pictures… they are not the best but I  am having camera trouble, I will get more soon.

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Susie

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“Susie” Halflinger mare. Sound, well broke. she is what can only be described as obese! She has NEVER foundered! I know- unbelievable  but true. she is 11 years old and needs to loose 250 lbs. she needs a whole lot of movement over time. she is an energetic pony. Maybe this will help with her weight loss program. 

He owner sadly parted with her and Al due to the loss of her husband. Apparently her pasture was made of the horsey equivalent of ice cream and cookies. With miles and time she should make a fine beginner mount. Cute as a button, fat as a tick. Adores human attention.  Standing all of 14 HH tall ( and nearly as wide) Susie is truly a block of a horse. She can carry almost any adult, good on the road, in the woods, trailers ties, no bad habits… a REALLY easy keeper! Call to see if you and she will be compatible.

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