Half Arab all-around horse for adoption (Serena)
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Trail, ranch work, western pleasure, english pleasure, hunter
Fayetteville, TX 78940
Serena, her dam, and four other herdmates were removed from a negligent owner by a joint effort between BEHS and law enforcement officials. Although it was well over 100 degrees, the horses had no water and were badly dehydrated. Luckily BEHS rushed them to a veterinarian where they got proper care and began to recover. Serena quickly gained weight and became a beautiful young horse. She was quickly adopted (in 2005) but returned in 2014 because her adopter did not have time to ride. Serena’s foster home/adopter started her under saddle, and she then spent three months in 2012 with a professional trainer who had worked under Pat Parelli. She spent four months in training in 2013 and then worked as a riding horse at a kids’ camp. She did well in the arena and on the trail, although she prefers to be with a buddy on the trail, but will go alone with a confident rider. When Serena gets confused or questions what is being asked of her, she will toss her head and stop or turn around. She has reared, once with a rider and about 3-4 times doing ground work when she seemed confused. Serena has wonderful ground manners and knows the Parelli Natural Horsemanship 7 games. She will come up when other horses are being bathed and stand to get her share of the water. She has always been barefoot, but is cautious/slow going over rocks. She is in the middle of the herd hierarchy. Available for adoption (with contract) from Bluebonnet Equine Humane Society. No breeding or resales.