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Lost or found date:
07/07/2021
Pet name:
MIA
Gender:
Female
Age:
Adult
Coat length:
Medium
Description:
Little Miss Mia is one of the surviving 15 horses rescued from a semitrailer wreck on October 18th, 2020. We were later told by the owner of the horses that he was transporting them for slaughter. In a fateful twist of events, Mia and many other lives were spared. Thankfully, Mia managed to walk away from the accident with very minor scrapes and bruises. She did however have overgrown hooves that were extremely out of balance. With only a few trims, her hooves are looking better than ever! Once she had physically recovered from the wreck, our trainer evaluated Mia to judge her knowledge under saddle. It does not appear that Mia has training under saddle. Although the trainer has commented that she is a smart mare that soaks everything up like a sponge, she will require a professional trainer to start her under saddle training. We do believe she will excel in many different disciplines. Mia is playful, young mare that enjoys pestering her pasture mates to play but does tend to land in the middle of the pecking order.Adoption Fee: $600.00Carrying Weight: 175lbs (including tack and rider)Height: 14.2hh

Location


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