Join Date: Feb 2019
Like others said some horses dont mind living alone and others cant handle it. Its hard to say how this mare will do alone but one way to get an idea is to ask the owner. Also, make sure to have a backup plan in case she can't handle being alone.
When we got my mare Luna she was with other mares in a pasture at her old owner's place she had friends but she really could care less about staying with them or leaving them. When she got here she was all alone for several weeks and could have cared less that she was alone. Even after we got our gelding you pull in out of the pasture to work with him and she could care less. She actually prefers people companions over horse companions.
Now our gelding, on the other hand, is the opposit. He can't stand being alone if you leave him alone in the pasture he works himself up into a tizzy, Pacing the fence line and calling out. When we first got him it was bad, we have gotten him so that hes not so bad now but he still will work himself up good for the first few min hes alone.