Equine Rescue Horses for Adoption - Riding

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11:23 am | Sunday | January 29, 2017  
These special horses have been rehabilitated and are ready to go to their forever home. Each horse is at a different level of training and may require additional training. Please read their descriptions carefully as some may have restrictions.

Book Of Life aka Booker

Booker is a 2000 Standardbred gelding with lifetime earnings in excess of $130,000.00.

He came to the Rescue in August 2010, surrendered by his owner. Booker was injured in transit from California in July 2010. He arrived at the Goshen Historic Track with a badly injured left front leg. The wound was not properly treated and he laid in his stall for 6 weeks - unable to stand.

When his owner was leaving the area - a very kind woman intervened on Booker's behalf and pled with us to help him. Our vet, Dr. Rachael Fiske, assessed the injury and determined that although the injury would cause permanent lameness, he deserved a chance at survival.

He came to our farm and has been a joy to have around. He is not allowed to be turned out yet - the injury will take months to heal. But, he loves to make funny faces and meet every new comer with bright eyes and a little nudge.

Booker is under saddle and doing walk, trot in the ring and out on trails. A really energetic and funny horse! Needs a small sized person - he's only 14.2 hands.

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Book Of Life aka Booker, Adopt-Ride


Gabriella is a 1997 National Show Horse mare. She is jet black with a small star and approx. 15 hands tall.

She has had a few years off from riding - she has been adopted and returned - through no fault of her own.

She is currently going walk & trot work both english and western. A very pretty mare, with a lot of personality.

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Gabriella, Adopt-Ride


Lydia is a 2003 Thoroughbred mare, 15.2 hands.

Lydia came to us through the Finger Lakes SPCA from a horrible over-breeding situation. She had never been handled.

Lyd has come a long way! She crossties and stands for the vet and farrier. Has been tacked and is currently being worked in preparation of beginning her riding career. She is completely sound and a very pretty mare.

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Lydia, Adopt-Ride

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