Horses for adoption in Maryland
This came through my local forum. Here is the original ad with the pics (horses are cute as buttons! :) ): http://xa.yimg.com/kq/groups/1693845...01-12-2012.pdf
Here is the ad itself:
Kingpin and Jasmine are two wonderful horses available for adoption through the Wicomico County Humane Society (Wicomico County Maryland). Both horses were found extremely underweight and neglected. They are currently being fostered in Wicomico County.
Jasmine is a 12-14yr old 14.3hh gaited horse. We are not sure of her specific breeding. She is a bay with a tiny white spot on her forhead and no other markings. She had a lovely length mane when she came to us but unfortunately her locks had to be cut to remove the debris and dreadlocks. She is an in your pocket little girl. She accepts tack and a rider as though she has done this a million times. She gets along well with others and so far has not proven to be a mareish mare.
Kingpin is a 10-12 yr old 15h chestnut with lots of chrome (not gaited). He is a very stocky built little guy! Sadly the baseball bat where his tail should have been had to be cut off so his tail is a bit short. It will be lovely again in no time! He is a little shy but making grand progress. We do not think he has had much done with him along the lines of riding as he is quite leery of the tack. He seems to learn quickly under a kind gentle hand. Your heart will just melt when those big eyes and tiny ears look at you. Kingpin would make a great natural horsemanship project and should do well in almost any discipline with time.
Both horses are UTD on all vaccines and are almost back to optimum weight. They give no indication that they will be anything other than easy keepers. Both horses are also looking for sponsors to help with their care and upkeep until they find their forever homes.They can be seen on the Wicomico County Humane Societys website Humane Society of Wicomico County
or you can contact us at 410-749-7603 for more information or to arrange a visit.
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