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In shelter Horse

Elkhart Lake, WI, 53020
Pet name:
Chestnut / Sorrel
UNO is a 16HH American Quarterhorse gelding, he is 18 years old. Uno spent 15 years with his mom, Seven, in their original home. Though Seven was ridden, Uno was sent out for training but was not continued with at home. Subsequently this guy has quite a bit left to learn! However, he is an ABSOLUTE LOVE and adores attention and spending time with his human friends. Uno requires an experienced home due to his elevated flight reflex developed over years of looking to his mom for assurance.

Our greatest hope for Uno is for him to have a forever, unconditional, loving home! Uno is available for adoption with an adoption fee of $500 to an approved applicant that meets his particular home qualifications! 

UPDATE 6/8/22:
Uno is now working with a trainer so we are hoping to finally find him a home soon!

Adoption application can be found on our website,, under the "Get Forms" tab, or paste the following link in your browser:

**PLEASE NOTE: We must receive a completed adoption application with $15 underwriting fee before setting up any meetings outside of our regular visitors days, which are normally the first Sunday of the month from 2 to 4 pm.


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