This mare is stunning to look at with a beautiful head and a lovely body to match.
Upon arriving to collect her from the property, it didn’t take us long to find out that not only is she completely unhandled, but also wild and willing to do whatever it took to get away from us including flipping and jumping over fences, panels and barb wire.
Luckily, we were able to work with her gently pushing her into a strategic movement to safely load her into a cattle crate.
This mare would rather look at the wall than make eye contact with you and would even attempt to jump out of the stable window to remove herself from the situation.
We’ve had a really hard time trying to not only settle her but to teach her how to communicate and be around us.
Luckily with a lot of time, and more time she has slowly started to come around with some one on one.
We can now lead her and touch her once caught.
She’s spent 4 weeks in the stables and is now having a well-deserved rest for her own mental and physical wellbeing before we continue to work on her.
After the progress she has made we do see a bright future for her but will definitely take a lot more time.