Hunter Hollow   

In shelter Horse

Fredericksburg, Virginia, United States
Chestnut, Sorrel
Lost or found date:
Pet name:
Hunter Hollow
My name is Hunter Hollow! I’m an 11 year old 16.1 OTTB. I have been in training at Advantage Horsemanship working with their staff to build muscle and get over my heard bound issues that I was having. I do better with a consistent daily routine and can now be left alone in the pasture while other horses are being worked without a major meltdown. With all of their work, I am now sound for light arena work however I will not be sound for anything more than that. If you are looking for a show horse or eventer, I will not be a good fit. I am doing fantastic at WTC around the arena but still have my moments when the energy gets a little high I sometimes want to match that energy and go fast with the other horses. I was a racehorse once upon a time after all. I am on a supplement for my short feet and I am wearing front shoes to help maintain my soundness. If I am going to be regularly ridden, it is recommended that I keep those shoes on. I am not suitable for a beginner because of my ADD and the fact that I do sometimes have some moments of race horse history that pop up. I will do well with a rider who can stay calm and is able to bring my attention back to the task at hand. Due to my professional training, my adoption fee is $1500. 


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