Caroline was left alone in an old hay field after her pasture mate passed away. She had a nearly empty gallon bucket for water, no grain, and hay only every couple of days. 250 pounds underweight, she also lacked vet records, vaccinations, and her Coggins. Caroline was saved because a concerned citizen called animal control after seeing her condition, and she was relinquished by her owner.
Upon her arrival at H.O.P.E. in January, she received the appropriate veterinary care and was placed on a nutritional program. Over the spring and summer she has put on weight and is filling out nicely. Sweet-tempered and approachable, she gets along well with others in the pasture and is a favorite among many of the volunteers. She has good ground manners, stands to be washed, is not easily spooked, and was quiet when saddled. With some refreshment training, we anticipate that she will be a good trail horse.
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