Adoption Overview $500


Kira is a feral bay mare, possibly a mustang cross. She would only be available to an experienced trainer at this time or available for foster with someone with mustang or feral horse training experience. She also would be available for transfer to another reputable and well-equipped organization who has more trainer availability. Her height is approximately 15hh and her age was rumored to be 10 or younger but we have not had her aged yet. She has been haltered and seems to be curious enough to reach out and make contact but is still a ground up project. Kira has gained weight since these photos/video were taken.


LocationLouisville, KY
Height15.0 HH
DisciplinesProspect for Any Discipline
Temperament6 - Some Energy

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  • Can be approached when loose in turnout.
  • Calm when haltered.
  • Leading, turning, stopping, backing.
  • Can be led through a gate.
  • Stands calmly tied.
  • 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.
  • 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.

Kentucky Humane Society

1000 Lyndon Lane
Louisville, KY 40222

Olivia Dixon

Equine Manager