The Horses on this page are available for adoption as riding horses.
These horses are currently in training working toward saddle training, OR they have completed their saddle training.
Most of these horses are not seasoned riding horses unless so listed.
The Training Level Progress Report for each horse is posted in the listing.
Possible adopters are encouraged to review the videos and the Progress Reports to help you decide if this horse is a match for you.
If you are interested in a horse that is currently at the trainer and wish to observe the horse during a training session, please make arrangements through the FCER office to do so.
Ronnie is a 5 year old gelding. Once a wild mustang from the Cuba, NM area, he is learning a new life as a riding horse. Ronnie stands about 14.3 HH. He is a stout horse, with good strong bone. He is learning to trust people, and doing very well in his training.
Because Ronnie was in Santa Fe, his first 30 days of training were completed with Zia. Zia concentrated on saddle work, and Ronnie is really doing nicely.
Queenie is that rare horse which is calm by nature, gentle, forgiving of human misstep, and willing to please. She was running with a band of wild horses when captured, although she has some obvious domestic breeding. We estimate her to be about 8 years old. Queenie is about 15 HH and about 900 lbs. She is currently in saddle training, and is a star student. Queenie handles new things with grace, and is making remarkable progress in her development. She halters, leads, loads and accepts the saddle without any complaint.