Appaloosa, Quarterhorse, Mixed
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Meet AJ! This appaloosa mare came to Longmeadow as an owner surrender at the beginning of 2021. She was one of the more nervous mares in her group, but after some time at the ranch she has started to settle in. Our trainer has evaluated AJ under saddle and found that she may have had some training in the past. However, AJ is rusty on these skills. At this time, we require an advanced rider or a professional trainer to continue her training. AJ tends to be on the flightier side, and will need an adopter with patience and skill to gain AJ's confidence. Our amazing ground work team has recently began to work with AJ and teach her the basics of lunging, yielding, backing up, and many other useful ground work skills! We are looking forward to continuing her training and building her trust!Adoption Fee: $400.00Carrying Weight: 180lbs (including tack and rider)


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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