Peter has been home for a week now and we know he will be here for life. He has been everything we expected and more. He is kind, sensible, quirky, and adorable.
With Apollo, I just had a really, really good feeling about him. I loved him on our first meeting, and I fall more in love with him every day.
There is no replacement in life to grooming him and spending time with him or doing groundwork with him. When our daughter rides him, she is so happy and they they work so well together.
She is exactly what my son needed to get his confidence back and his love of horses and riding. He’s invincible when he’s with Annie. She is definitely his #RightHorse!
So I adoption-failed him and he joined our family. We discovered together how much he loves trails, so now we’re training towards endurance riding to give his active mind and body a job he’ll love. This is our beginning.
Bringing Gilly home is the best decision I have ever made. I love learning to ride. My two young daughters love being with horses and spend hours at the barn helping me work and taking lessons. My husband and I are sharing a new passion.
Some days we just stand together, some days I groom him, others we go for walks or head to the arena and play. I tell him he is my favorite and how much I love him. He nudges me gently with his nose or will rest his head on mine.
I decided to go and meet her. She was a black beauty and she loved to be around people. I quickly fell in love with her personality. Shadow is currently in training I am working with the trainer to learn more about her.
She has far exceeded my expectations and surprises me every day with what an incredible horse she is. She loves everyone and is so funny. She constantly has me laughing. She’s the sweetest horse with my kids.
As their health improved, their personalities blossomed and they became as tame as puppy dogs. They often inhabit the yard, follow us into the garden, come when called, and have perfect manners.
He seems to enjoy our time together, always coming to me when I arrive at his pasture and always staying with me after our outing and his halter is off. I feel so extraordinarily lucky to have him in my life.
When I saw a thoroughbred mare with such a kind eye listed online on Monty’s adoption page–with the prediction that she would make an excellent kid’s horse–I was intrigued.