Titan was adopted out last year to a wonderful family down in San Diego. We checked in to see how he was doing, and were pleased to hear that he is doing well, and his owner is still in love with him! She writes: "He is doing awesome. We were able to bring him home which I love. He has turned into such a fun trail horse... I can't thank you enough, I love him with all my heart! "Of all the horses I have ever owned, he is my favorite. His personality is alot like mine, lol. I love his … [Read more...]
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Update: Titan Loves His New Home! (and His New Owners Love Him!)
We are so happy to report that Titan's owner has told me that Titan is doing so wonderfully in his new home! He has settled in easily into his new home, and is doing so well! His new owners are so in love with him, and he is in a huge paddock where he can wander about all day. They also take him out on trail, and even down to the beach! When his new mom Christy took him out there that day, she said, "We made it to the beach today. Crossed a 100 ft. wooden bridge over water. And he did great. He … [Read more...]
UPDATE: Titan’s New Home!
We are so pleased to announce that Titan has been adopted! We had several inquiries on our big boy, but we found a wonderful home with a woman and her family down in San Diego. She has had horses in the past, but wanted a schoolmaster who knew his job and would be good for short rides on trail and in the arena. We told them about his previous injuries, and they were not an issue for what they wanted to do with him. The entire family came out to see Titan, and they immediately fell in love! He … [Read more...]
Titan has been feeling very good these past few weeks! He has been enjoying the cooler weather and acting very silly in the round pen, but today he seemed pretty mellow, so Emily got on him bareback and rode him around for a while. He is so easy to ride- especially bareback! We are still looking for a good home for him- because of his previous injury, we are looking for a home that only wants him to walk or trot, as cantering can put undue pressure on his suspensories. We have had several … [Read more...]
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