30 Plus Arabian Horses Available for Adoption | SLO Horse News

30 Plus Arabian Horses Available for Adoption

The sun has set for a SLO County Arabian owner/breeder and his favored herd of Arabians is up for adoption. The owner loved these horses dearly and the estate wishes to find new homes for all the horses. He dabbled in a breeding program up to 2010 and rode a few of the horses for pleasure. Simply having the horses around gave him pleasure. The horses are beautifully-bred and well cared for.

30 Plus Arabian Horses Available for Adoption | SLO Horse News

How They Are Being Cared For

Today the horses are fed twice a day, groomed and some basic ground work and trailer training is on-going. The adoptable Arabian herd contains 31 horses ranging in age from 8 years to 28. There are five geldings and 26 mares. A few of the horses have been ridden occasionally. Many are registered with the Arabian Horse Association but the registration certificates are being located.

30 Plus Arabian Horses Available for Adoption | SLO Horse News

Arabian Blood Lines

The blood lines include: Enzo, Cease Fire, OKW Maximilian, Fame, AF Don Giovani, Genesis C, Khaffire, SJ Milkhail, and MS Baquero.  This adoptable Arabian herd is located in Templeton, California.  A basic adoption fee of $0-$500 per horse (dependent on each horse) will go to the estate.

Interested in one of These Adoptable Arabian Horses?

Interested prospective new owners will let the estate executor assistant know what kind of horse they are looking for. She will then send pictures and information matching the desired criteria. Interested parties can contact Carol at sunnyfriend@sbcglobal.net (copy and paste the e-mail address into your e-mail To section). She is assisting the executor with the re-homing of the adoptable Arabians.

** Update** All horses have been adopted out. Thank you for your interest.

Photo Credit: Lynda Roeller Photography

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