Sonero ran 12 times but didn’t break his maiden, and ended up in a bad place. We pulled him from the kill pen a few months ago- as you can see, he has quite the sway back! Sway back, or lordosis, has a genetic component and is most often found in saddlebreds but we have seen many thoroughbreds and some arabs as well. In spite of the way it looks, this condition is NOT painful or limiting, and very often sway backs are fantastic jumpers. The biggest issue is saddle fit, and we have the perfect memory foam pillow that will go to whoever adopts him. Other than that, he has a great temperament and is a super mover. He is quickly learning to carry himself correctly and is more of a kick ride. Barefoot and sound, no vices.
Up to date on everything. Backed by our program’s reputation of honesty and transparency. All MAHR horses receive $200- towards lessons or training thanks to the ASPCA® On the Right Track Voucher program and can come to our series of all TB clinics here in MD for FREE. Adoption fee $1400-
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