• Mare
  • AMHA 0159297
  • Black, few white hairs on forehead
  • Foaled May 19, 2002
  • 15h
  • Owned By Forever Morgans Rescue
  • Price: $700 Adopt Fee
  • Morgans In Need: Available for Adoption

Village Creek’s Savannah rides and drives! She was rescued in October, 2019, has completed quarantine and is now in a foster home. Her previous owner said she crossties, is fine for loading and riding in the trailer, and does not crib or have other vices. She was described as a sweet mare with nothing mean about her.

According to her last owner on record, she rides quite well. His family had a lot of fun riding her on trails, even through terrain that included creeks. Older children had no problem riding her.

Besides riding, Savannah’s last owner on record said she drove as part of a pair. When driving she would balk, especially at pulling heavy loads. He said she was sound when he had her.

Both her last owner on record and her previous owner said Savannah was sound. Her previous owner paired her with another mare to pull a two-seat surrey, and he said she was totally traffic safe. She was fine in the dark and snow, and she went 20-30 miles a day. Hooking was no problem. However, she was a hot horse who did not walk well and needed a driver who could handle that. She was calmer under saddle. She was also used as a broodmare, but that owner got out of breeding and took her to an auction.

He described her as sound and healthy, although she had a touch of heaves in spring, 2019 due to musty hay (our veterinarian and her current handlers have not noticed any symptoms). He also said that although her left hoof curls out for some reason, he did not feel it affects her soundness or bothers her.

Savannah’s previous owner reported that she lived in a tie stall when not in pasture and does fine in turnout with mares or geldings. We were she’s fine in group turnout, although a person might need to be careful with other mares. Her driving partner, however, was a mare. Previous owners said she did not crib and had no safety issues.

Forever Morgans is a breed rescue made up of volunteers who help Morgans in dire straits find new homes. We are a virtual barn with no facility. Our rescued horses are in foster care all over the country. Forever Morgans works with other rescues, brokers, and individuals to identify horses in need or at risk, and then helps those horses find forever homes. We are committed to each horse we rescue for his or her lifetime and, for that reason, an adoption contract is required when adopting a horse from Forever Morgans.

We also ask that you consider fostering a horse. Our rescue efforts rely on the generosity of our members and foster homes. The number of horses we rescue is directly related to the availability of foster homes. Information on our foster program can be found on our website, and a list of adoptable Morgans can be found there as well.

Forever Morgans relies exclusively on private donations and fundraising to fulfill our mission. We are a 501c3 organization and all donations are tax-deductible. We invite you to join us on our Facebook page or learn more about us from our website.

For further information contact:

Debbie Jondahl
Forever Morgans Rescue
city, PA
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