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In shelter Horse

Cedar Rapids, IA, 52408
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SEPTEMBER 2022  available.   She would not be suitable for your first horse. Emily is a dapple bay mare who now trusts her foster family.  The combination of her movement and excessive mane and tail indicates Morgan breeding.  She is a very good-looking mare, with a kind eye.  She stands around 142 but seems bigger because of her presence and long neck. 

Emily received some personal attention last summer and she loved the company!   Emily picks things up quickly and enjoys this fun new game. She can be approached but will need a lot more interaction before she could be haltered.  We were told that she had been a riding horse previously but she has gone feral and would need a refresher course on all things human. 

Emily would need someone who is making a long term commitment before she could become her best self. Emily has received over 10,000 looks but is still waiting for that special person to show interest in her.

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