ASPCA’s right-hand adoptable horse: Bramble

Welcome to Horse Illustrated’s weekly installment of this week’s Adoptable Right Horse, presented in partnership with the ASPCA’s Right Horse Program. This week’s adoptable horse is Bramble! Check back weekly for a new featured horse so you can find the right one.

Image courtesy of Longmeadow Rescue Ranch

Adopted horse: Bramble, a black mare at 13.1 hours in 10 years
organisation: Longmeadow Farm Rescue, Union, Missouri

Get to know Bramble

At the beginning of 2019, wild Bramble arrived at Longmeadow Rescue Farm. It was clear that no one had dealt with Bramble. She was unfamiliar with human touch, as well as with the love and care humans could provide. As staff and volunteers interact with the patient, Bramble discovers that humans aren’t that bad.

Bramble the adoptable horse
Image courtesy of Longmeadow Rescue Ranch

With her inquisitive personality, she has now successfully navigated through the PAP! She lunges in all three walks in both directions and knows how to separate her forehand and backhand. The once untouched mare has become a sucker for love from staff and visitors. Bramble has completed 60 days of training under saddle, but will need a professional trainer to continue her progress. Because of the saddle’s poor fit, the Bramble can be protective and reactive with its back. She will need an adopter who will pay close attention to proper saddle fit to continue building her trust and confidence under the saddle. She’ll be a perfect pony for training to pull a cart, too!

Could Bramble be your right horse? Click here for more information on Bramble, our adoptable horse of the week.

My right horse

My right horseMy Right Horse is the online adoption platform of The Right Horse Initiative, a group of horse industry and welfare professionals and advocates working together to improve the lives of horses in transition. ASPCA program, their goal is to dramatically increase horse adoption in the United States. To find more adoptable horses and foster horses, visit www.myrighthorse.org. To learn more about The Right Horse, an ASPCA program, visit www.therighthorse.org.

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