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|Rescue Me ID: 17-05-22-00134Cloe (female)|
Cloe is a 20 year old registered paint mare that we have owned for a year. Before that she was owned by a family who used her for 4H. She has been shown and taken off property and is fine with this. (but I would not recommend her for an inexperienced 4H rider) This horse is not for a beginner or children to ride, experienced rider only. Cloe is testy and has energy. She needs to be re directed and reminded who is in charge. She has too much energy for my husband and I at this time in our lives. (we have young children of our own and prefer more woah than go) I'd say she has more go than woah. Turns on a dime, quick mover. Believe she may have done reining at some point in her life. She has buttons-more than we know how to manage. She is perfect to groom, load, feed, lead and lunge. She does w/t/c. She is UTD on feet, teeth, health etc. She is SOUND and a beefy girl. Vet checks are welcome. Needs coggins re pulled, expired a few months ago. She is good with children being around her, brushed, picks up feet well etc. She gets cinchy when saddling but nothing abnormal. She does not buck or rear, she will crow hop on occasion. I do not have video at this time of her under saddle. I have not taken her trail riding-but I believe with other horses she may do tons better than riding at home in our arena. Ridden English or Western, we use a simple three piece snaffle with roller but possible she would respond better with something more firm. If you are interested in Cloe please PM and comment that you have and I will get back to you as quickly as I can. We are located in Kalamazoo, MI. I will do my best to answer your questions. We believe perhaps Cloe's 'person' is out there waiting to bring out the best in her. (Cloe is not dangerous/does not kick/buck/rear. She needs someone who can be more consistent with her, she does better when ridden consistently. I think she would excel at being a wonderful trail companion.I have many more photos and video. Would love her to find a new home as soon as possible so she is being paid attention too!) (Less)
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Horses can make good pets in Michigan if they match your IifestyIe. Horses are beautiful, romantic animals that many people love. Sadly, however, horses are being neglected, abused, and abandoned at an alarming rate. The reasons a horse would need to be rescued are quite varied. Some horse owners in the Western U.S. have lost their homes and land to foreclosure, leaving nowhere for their horses to go. These horses are sometimes abandoned in the plains and deserts, where they often die of slow exposure. Droughts, rising food and fuel prices, and other economic pressures mean that some owners can no longer afford to feed and care for their horses. Other horses are purchased by inexperienced people for sentimental reasons or as gifts for children, but their owners are unprepared for the ongoing expense and involvement of caring for the horses.
Like horses, donkeys and mules (sterile hybrids of a horse and a donkey) have their own charm and usefulness. However, these animals have also been affected by hay shortages and some have sadly become victims of abuse or neglect.
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