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4yo (coming 5 in August)
$2,000 already has been restarted!
Riding - June Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k0gSfXtou7Y&feature=youtu.be
She is big and athletic. Sweet, no vices. She is young and talented and wants to do more than stand in a field.
Some interest has already been expressed but we are looking for the perfect match for this girl. Because she is green and a little more forward than a beginner would probably like, we recommend at least an intermediate rider recommended, though we ride her here in a snaffle. She doesn't do anything wrong she just isn't dead to the world. She would be a great event horse! Well bred, beauty, brains, and talent! She retired sound with no issues.
Please Note: A few weeks ago one of the bossy mares in the field chased her thru the fence. She has two lumps of swelling on her front legs. We had Ultrasound Scans done of the tendons to be sure there was no injury, and there was not. Second ultrasounds were taken again after the swelling went down and she is still sound, with no injuries. There is some swelling remaining and our veterinarian said she just needs a little more time of rest before she goes to work. She has no limitations in her new career. She is almost 100% back to normal but we want people to be aware.
New pics and videos coming in the next week or so. Located at private farm in Harrisburg PA
New pics added 5/27/16.
New Video Coming Shortly!
Contact us with questions by sending a Private Message through our Facebook Page (here)
or by Sending an E-Mail at ParrListing@aol.com
You must FIRST fill out our Online Application (HERE), with references included, to be considered for adoption.
If you will be meeting the horse or adopting, this Online Waiver Form (HERE) must be filled out as well.
Important Note About Meeting / Trying PARR Horses
PARR horses are not in active programs, they are waiting for their new homes to start their new jobs. They are often ridden once for a video and hanging out in field, stall at track, or being turned out at a foster farm the remainder of days while they wait to be adopted. Therefore, we do not allow PARR horses to be tried(ridden) for the best interest of the horse and liability risks for the owners, connections, trainers, etc. If a horse is new off the track, we may only adopt to an experienced rider, or capable rider working with a trainer. They will need to return to a program typical of a horse that is either just off the track or getting back into shape, from the ground up with your training methods. Most live at private farms that do not have arenas/riding areas. If we are able to haul a horse over to an indoor ring for an under saddle video we will, but that is dependent on the horse, schedule of foster home, and availability of a facility with an arena or place to ride. Shipping into a farm costs ring fees and sometimes expecting to pull a horse out of a field, haul them to a new place, hop on and expect them to knock our socks off is a lot to ask of a horse....but some of them do just that and those are the ones that sell fast, especially to those looking for great show-prospects for themselves or to bring along and sell down the road as an investment project. We can set up
appointments for you to meet the horses, see them move freely (or jog in hand), and vettings are welcome.
Contact us to inquire. ParrListing@aol.com