Horses on this page are 3 years old or younger. Although too young to ride, if you are looking for a horse to train yourself, this may be the place to go. Please contact email@example.com if you have questions about any of the horses.
Rookie is a 3 year old sorrel gelding. He is new to captivity, having come from a wild band in the Pecos area. Rookie is adjusting surprisingly well, and seems to like people. He has a great personality. Rookie is now a "happy gelding" and continues his halter training. He is current on his vaccinations and deworming. He halters and leads, and we're working on feet and loading. His adoption fee includes 6 lessons with a professional Natural Horsemanship trainer for Rookie and his adopter.
The adoption fee for Rookie is $175.
Bambi is a sweet young filly. She was running with a band of wild horses, although she appears to be a domestic horse. Bambi is 3 years old, sorrel in color and stands about 14.2 HH. She will probably mature to be around 15 HH. She is learning to trust people, and can be haltered now. We are working on getting to pick up her feet. Bambi responds well to kindness, and now loves to be brushed. She will need a home with a person willing to spend lots of quality time with her building a bond. With this girl, slow and steady will win her heart. Bambi is current on vaccinations and deworming. Four sessions with a Natural Horsemanship Trainer for Bambi and her adopter are included in her adoption fee.
ADOPTION FEE FOR BAMBI IS $200
Rambler is a gorgeous 3 year old dark bay gelding. Originally a wild horse from the Thoreau area, Rambler is transitioning to domestic life. He is being trained using Natural Horsemanship Techniques. Currently Rambler is at the trainers and will continue ground work for another 30 days. Potential adopters are encouraged to participate in this training before taking Rambler home. He stands about 14.2 HH and weighs about 800 lbs.
Adoption Fee for Rambler is $350
Chaco is a 3 year old appaloosa gelding. He is from the Gallup area of New Mexico. Chaco was estrayed through the NMLB (click here for more info on estrays) in March of 2015. Chaco was quite wild when he arrived at FCER. He has since been to the trainer and learned to halter, lead, load and stand for the farrier. While he remains skeptical of humans, he will come over to investigate you if you remain calm and quiet. Chaco's ideal home would be with loving, patient people that are willing to take the time to bond with him. He has been trained using Natural Horsemanship techniques and will do well with those techniques continued. Current on vaccinations, deworming and farrier work. Four Natural Horsemanship lessons are included in his adoption fee.
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