Every horses deserves a loving home – help Kazi find a home

Kazi - Adoptable Horse

Kazi came to Habitat for Horses in July 2011. Although he loves being with his pasture pals and makes a wonderful companion horse, Kazi is extremely fearful of humans. We do not know anything about his background to understand why this is the case. He a mature, wonderfully colored grey & black Appaloosa. It is possible that someone who has an extensive horse background in gentle training methods could breakthrough to Kazi and teach him the wonders of riding with a human companion. However, Kazi will make a fine pasture pal / companion for your other horse(s). Every horse deserves a loving home. Horses that are fearful, that are difficult to deal with need a loving home just as much as a horse that is an easy keeper who loves to trail ride. Consider Kazi or one of our other horses, if you are looking for a new four legged friend for your horse. Or if you are a trainer, please consider Kazi for your next project. Find out more: http://www.habitatforhorses.org/kazi/
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8 Comments
  • Callie1982

    Sweet boy! Someone should step up for him. Soon!

    CD

    May 21, 2015
  • Sue

    When Habitat posts these horses for adoption, it would be helpful to give their age, or close enough if unknown.

    May 21, 2015
    • Posted by Habitat for Horses

      We often do not put exact ages since that is often unknown. We typically group the horses into categories of young (under 5 years old) , adult (5 – 17), and senior (17 on up). Sometimes I use the group “young adult” for 5-7 years old. Different books and experts have different ideas on how to group horse ages. On the article about Kazi, it said to read more at http://www.habitatforhorses.org/kazi/. Kazi is actually a Senior – I had not updated his page in a while so he still was in the adult group from before. I have corrected that. What I may do, in the future when we rework the horse pages, is to change the info to approx Year of Birth according to dental exams. That way people can decide for themselves if a horse is an adult or senior. I still hope that someone will adopt Kazi, he still has many good years left and deserves to be with a loving family. And of course, anyone can call us to find out more information on a specific horse at 409-935-0277.

      May 22, 2015
  • Debbie Stoutamire

    I remember Kazi from way back. He is a sweetheart with such sweet eyes and such a sweet spirit – he’s a keeper!

    May 21, 2015
  • sherriey

    if i lived in Texas, i’d be willing to adopt this beautiful guy. i already have Apps and he’d fit right in. he is a beautiful soul.
    i wish i lived in Texas.

    May 21, 2015
  • Callie1982

    Kazi is a great Horse and his age should not be deterrent for any proapective adopters. These Horses mellow with age, my 24 year old Quarterhorse gelding still dislikes men, but would never hurt a child, a woman, or any babies.

    Please do not pass on Kazi because he will make you a great light riding horse. They need exercise to keep them from developing PPID which is a Syndrome that older Horses sometimes have. Diet and excercise are keys to preventing this.

    Please don’t pass on Kazi!

    CD

    May 22, 2015
  • MS

    Let’s hope and pray someone loving comes to take him in.

    By the way, does he STILL REMAIN at your Ranch whether or not adoption comes along?

    May 22, 2015
    • Posted by Habitat for Horses

      All of the horses under our care will always have a home at Habitat for Horses. We would like thank our supporters for making this happen!

      May 22, 2015