Approx. 15.1 hand QH mare
Est. year of birth: 2002
Cherie was rescued through our partnership with Front Range Equine Rescue. She was pulled from a slaughter feedlot in May of 2017, and was severely crippled in her front end at the time due to poor farrier care. With a good trim and some properly fitted shoes, she is much more comfortable and moving around with ease.
Within a short time of being here, we noticed her belly beginning to rapidly expand, and sure enough, she is with foal! We are currently expecting a baby at any time this August.
Cherie and her foal will be available for adoption separately after the baby is weaned this winter, and we get a chance to evaluate Cherie for a potential riding career.
Horses that have recently arrived to the rescue, and are currently undergoing rehabilitation, evaluation, or training
Keep an eye out for them on the Available Horses page in the future!