Adoption Overview $500


Thunder just might be the sweetest boy you’ll meet. LIke a loveable mascot and "Meeter and Greeter", he loves to meet you at the gate, follow you everywhere and just loves people. Anywhere you go, Thunder will likely want to be by your side. Sometimes he might not realize how big he is, but he just wants your love and attention. If you're looking for a big pocket pet, Thunder is your boy. Thunder is not rideable due to balance issues and needs someone who is confident and can handle him. He gets along well with other geldings and mares. If you think Thunder is in your future, it's time to find out!


LocationKnoxville, MD
BreedTennessee Walking Horse
Height18.0 HH
DisciplinesCompanion, Therapy - Non-Riding, Lessons/Therapy
Temperament3 - Calm

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  • Can be approached when loose in turnout.
  • Calm when haltered.
  • Stands calmly tied.
  • Stands Calmly while body is brushed.
  • Allows all feet to be picked up, stands calmly while foot is held.


  • Leading, turning, stopping, backing.
  • Can be led through a gate.
  • Moves hindquarters away from pressure on hind.
  • 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.


3910 Ausherman Rd
Knoxville, MD 21758

Phyllis Smith

Executive Director