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Seven Horse Quarterhorse Elkhart Lake, WI

  • Adult
  • Female
  • Large
  • Chestnut / Sorrel


Vaccinations up to date.
Adoption fee

Meet Seven

Name: “Seven”
Age: 22
Gender: Mare
Breed: Quarter Horse
Height: 15.3 hh
Health: Healthy and sound. UTD on shots, trims, etc.
Rider Experience Level Needed: Confident Intermediate
Adoption Fee: $700

Spring is coming! Looking for a solid horse to ride now that it’s finally starting to warm up? Check out Seven, available for adoption from Amazing Grace Equine Sanctuary in Elkhart Lake, WI! Seven is strong and stocky enough to carry most riders with ease. She is built like a tank! Don’t let her age dissuade you – you’d never know it from the way she acts! Seven might be a good fit for you if:

You like spunky red-heads.
You are a confident, intermediate-level rider.
You like riding big, strong quarter horses.
You want to save a life and provide a forever-home for a horse in need.

Seven is well-broke to ride and will walk, trot, canter, back, and stop easily. She was used for trails and endurance per her previous owner, before coming to AGES with her 14-year-old son (Uno) when her family relocated. I have ridden her 8-10 times in the past 6 months that she’s been here, and she has not offered any buck or rear even after sitting for a few months. We are recommending a confident rider of at least intermediate experience level because she is a big, strong girl and can get a bit anxious. This manifests as some fidgeting while tied alone, and a desire to be more forward-moving under saddle. That is, she would prefer trotting to walking in the first few minutes of the ride, and she will occasionally walk off when you go to mount. All of this is very controllable, and I have never felt unsafe or out of control while riding her – she will slow down and do as you ask. But, her eagerness to get going and move out might intimidate a young or timid rider. She is powerful and athletic and has good ground manners. Has always lived outdoors, easy keeper, near the top of the pecking order in the herd. She knows how to lunge and is good with her feet and generally easy to catch. She just needs her own person to give her some routine and guidance and teach her that it’s okay to relax and slow down and smell the roses.

Notes from ride of 4/20/19:
"We took Seven out on her first ride on our trail and she did great! She rode out on her own and power-walked around the whole trail without blinking an eye. She went through some huge puddles without hesitation and was not bothered by the geese we scared up. We did some trotting and cantering in the field and while she was happy to get moving and cruise around, she remained responsive and controllable. "
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  • Quarterhorse
  • Adult
  • Female