Jada – this calm, gentle lady needs a Forever Home

This pretty sorrel Quarter Horse will make a fine trail or pleasure riding horse. All Jada needs is someone to ride her. She has wonderful ground skills: easy to catch, loads, halters and leads really well. Jada gets along great with other horses in the herd and forms strong attachments. She loves being petted, groomed and loved on by people. At 14.2 hands high, she is a good height for many riders. Jada does need a refresher on her riding skills. She stands while being tacked and mounted. She does great in the arena, easily moves out and walks however she needs work on trotting, cantering and backing up. These issues will likely clear themselves up once she gets her new best riding friend who will work with her on a regular basis. See more pictures and learn more about Jada: http://www.habitatforhorses.org/jada/
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  • Daryl

    She is a pretty lady, wish you luck and she gets her for ever home, you all did wonderful with her.

    May 20, 2015
  • Callie1982

    Quarterhorses are great Horses. I have, or have had, Thoroughbreds, Arabians, and Paints but my favorite of them all is my 24 years young Quarterhorse. He is one of the last of the Impressive sons (HYPP double negative) and he loves babies of any kind! They can be human babies, puppies, kittens, or FOALS, we have to keep him clear of the Foals as he tends to claim them as ‘His’.

    This breed has been tampered with and for example, my 24 year old Quarterhorse stands 16.3 HH and weighs a healthy 1350 lbs. He is gorgeous and I new as soon as I Rescued him he was MY horse and he was never Free Leased despite pleas from many. I never claimed him as a Rescue on my Annual Reports but he was my 2nd Rescue. He was a Colt when I got him and the reason he was in Jeopardy was because the Owner said nobody could ride him.

    I took one look at this unhappy Horse and took the metal out of his mouth and got a bareback pad and rode him in the Indoor Arena and the Owner has to sign him over because she bet that he would dump me or worse.

    I wish HFH in placing this lovely Mare and wish her happiness and success!



    May 20, 2015