We were contacted by a woman who has two horses that she urgently needs to find homes for. These horses are NOT at Hanaeleh. Who do you know that would be interested in Aladdin and Quincy? For more information, please contact their owner Karen directly: firstname.lastname@example.org or (909) 262-1105.
Aladdin is a bay Arabian gelding. He is in his mid-twenties. He was used as a lesson horse, but was tripping at the trot, so he was retired as a companion horses, although he is still rideable. He is barefoot. Good for a beginner rider/handler. Up-to-date on all vaccinations and vet/farrier care. He is good with other horses and loves people. He eats pellets.
Quincy is a sorrel Quarter horse gelding, also in his mid-twenties. He is very solid, and is good for an advanced beginner. He is barefoot. He was a ranch horse, and is still strong and can be ridden, although he has an old rear fetlock injury, so he has a slight hitch when he walks. Still, he likes to move out, and would rather canter than trot. Up-to-date on all vaccinations and vet/farrier care. He loves people, but he will sometimes pin his ears at other horses (not at Aladdin, however). He does get buddy sour if he isn’t take out regularly, and he LOVES the mares. He eats pellets.
These horses are NOT at Hanaeleh. If you or anyone you know are interested in either Aladdin or Quincy, or would like more information on these horses, please contact the owner Karen directly: email@example.com or (909) 262-1105.