Hanaeleh helps to network horses who need homes, free of charge. These horses are offered free to a good home, but an adoption agreement and contract are often suggested. Hanaeleh is not responsible for any of the information provided and does not know anything beyond what is listed in the post- please contact the owner directly.
We were recently contacted by a woman who purchased a beautiful palomino mustang mare from a BLM auction in May of 2017. She had good intentions, but has come to the realization that she does not have the time or the ability to train her. She wants her to go to a good home where she will be worked with and loved.
The mustang is now eight years old. She had her feet done several months ago under sedation, but needs them done again. Her owner says:
“With coaxing, I can put her lead rope on and pet her face, neck, half way down her front legs, and half way across her belly before she starts to back away. She never ever over reacts, kicks, rears, or bolts. She simply spins herself in a circle. Her version of “freaking out” is backing up. She will lead about 10 feet before stopping. She will back up about 5. Personality-wise, she’s a love. Her eyes are calm and loving, and she’s intelligent. She closes her eyes when her face is touched. She’s been healthy since I’ve had her, she’s up to date on her shots and I’ve wormed her twice in the year by giving her the worming pellets. She’s never collicked or gotten sick. Other than her feet being long, she’s never shown signs of having hoof problems.”
This sweet mare needs a home with someone who has a lot of patience, and preferably with an individual who has experience training wild mustangs.
This sweet girl is NOT at Hanaeleh. She is not in danger, and her owner just wants to help find her a good home. For more information, please contact the owner directly: Brandi- email@example.com .