I am still gathering information on the story of "Comet", the little Arab Gelding. Just as soon as I'm allowed to post the info, I will share, I promise!
For today, I think I might just continue the theme I have going the last 2 days... foals! Since I got all the happy news last night about Comet and came home from work to find that "Pearl" had foaled, I'm not in so much of a 'fire and brimstone' mood today. :) So I'm going to post a bit of a lighter ad today. Still blog worthy.....
.....'Cept... this guy NEEDS a happy ending. I have emailed the owner to find out if he's been placed yet, still awaiting any possible responses. If I were any where near FL, I'd be all over this guy.
MUST find a home.
"Gage" was severly neglected when he came to me. His body score was below 1. He could not get up for two days. It was absolutely pathetic to watch him try to move around.
He was lethargic for days.
Finally with good nutrition, and antibiotics he is gaining weight VERY rapidly!
His heath is increasing everyday.
Now he runs around, and is very active.
I sadly knew the owners of this baby horse and had to watch him deteriorate.
He is built like a GOD when is is back to full weight and health. Dont let his bony
figure frighten you off! This boy will make a wondfully athletic and family horse in
the future. Hes got it all.
hes a very gentle little boy, very respectful. He has a bright eye and is ready to be loved on! Gage still needs a considerable amount of weight but is SO much better than when he first arrived.
He needs an experienced horse person that is willing to give time to this baby horse.
Hes good natured and will grow up to be a wonderful horse!
$200 rehoming fee.
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(Both parents are registered horses, with amazing temperments, however Gage was not registered, and the stallion does not belong to the person the colt did so unfortunately i do not believe he can be registered.)
She does not list breed, OR age, yet she knows the sire/dam. Why did she not list bloodlines at
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