Hanaeleh was recently contacted by Shauna who runs Rising Strides because she needs help rehoming one of her horses, Grace. Grace has had two minor seizures, and while she is still rideable, there is a risk that she could have a seizure while under saddle. The seizures do not prevent her from having a full life otherwise. It would be best if Grace could find a home as a companion horse if possible. Grace is in good health otherwise and up-to-date on all of her vaccinations and farrier care.
“Grace is a 15 year-old appendix mare that stands at 16 H. She was a special needs lesson horse at Shadow Hills in LA before she came to Serrano Creek to continue her work at Rising Strides with children and adults. Grace is a very loving horse and has a motherly personality. Unfortunately, she can no longer help children in the program and needs to find a forever home. She needs a friend so she would make a great companion horse. She gets along very well with others and was in a herd at Rising Strides. When introducing her to the herd, she respected others space but still let them know when she had enough. Grace is technically still rideable but to due her having two minor seizures for an unknown reason, she cannot be ridden without some risk. I hate to see her go and would keep her if I had land but I can’t afford to keep her as a pet. Please consider Grace and give her all the love she deserves.”
Grace is NOT at Hanaeleh. If you are able to provide a loving home for Grace, please contact Shauna directly: firstname.lastname@example.org .