You may remember just a few months ago when we rescued Hope and Grace from a neglect situation in Orange County. We are pleased to note that with just some decent farrier and vet care, as well as a lot of food and TLC, both Hope and Grace are up for adoption!
We must note that these two mares are very bonded, and their neglect only reinforced their dependence upon one another. We have been working with them to get them more comfortable at being separated, but these two mares will need to be adopted together.
Grace is a 30 year-old grey Arabian mare, around 14.3 hands. She has been trained western, and although she is an older mare, she enjoys working in the arena! She is great under saddle and will walk, trot and canter very easily. She has been ridden out on trail and would be a great horse for a high beginner or intermediate rider. She is good for the farrier as long as Hope is nearby (they are very bonded). We have been riding Grace in the arena while Hope is down in the round pen, and she has been fine with leaving Hope behind.
Hope is a 20 year-old chestnut Arabian mare, around 14.2 hands. She has NOT been trained to ride, but she does stand well to be groomed or for the farrier as long as Grace is nearby.
We currently have Hope and Grace together in a paddock, and they do quite well together, but they can be put in stalls next to one another as well.
Hope and Grace are current on their vaccinations and farrier care. They just had their teeth floated as well. Again, because they are so bonded, they will need to be adopted together, but there will be just one adoption fee of $1,000 for both horses.
If you are interested in Hope and Grace, please fill out our horse inquiry form.
Please share Hope & Grace’s story with your friends and family. They deserve a loving forever home!