Adoption Overview $500

Juneau

Juneau is a classic Quarter Horse gelding that is ready to find his next person. While this handsome guy is just starting the majority of his education at fourteen years old, he has a great deal of potential as a wonderful riding horse. In order to take him to the next level, Juneau will need someone who has plenty of training experience. If this sounds like you, take a look at this great gelding today!

Details

NameJuneau
LocationLongmont, CO
BreedAmerican Quarter Horse
GenderGelding
Age14
Height14.3 HH
ColorChestnut
DisciplinesCompanion, English Pleasure, Trail Riding, Western Pleasure
Temperament7 - Energetic
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Basic Behavior Profile

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Basic Behavior Profile 7 of 14

Complete

  • Can be approached when loose in turnout.
  • Calm when haltered.
  • Leading, turning, stopping, backing.
  • Can be led through a gate.
  • Moves hindquarters away from pressure on hind.
  • Stands Calmly while body is brushed.
  • Allows all feet to be picked up, stands calmly while foot is held.

Incomplete

  • Stands calmly tied.
  • Stands calmly for blanket/fly sheet.
  • Stands calmly for oral administration of fluid from syringe or tube.
  • Stands calmly for rectal temperature.
  • Stands calmly for fly spray (spray or insecticide).
  • Stands calmly while legs hosed with water.
  • Calmly trailer loads and unloads.

Colorado Horse Rescue

10386 N 65th St
Longmont, CO 80503

Sharon Gilbert

Adoption Manager
720-494-1414
sgilbert@chr.org