Hallie (#Cloverdale12)

16 years old

Chestnut (with star) QH Mare

Hallie is small chestnut quarter type mare with a star, estimated to be around 16 years old. Hallie seems to have some life experience as she was familiar with most normal care procedures including grooming, hoof care, being tacked up, lunged and ridden.  She is a very sweet girl and thriving in her foster home. Hallie has had her dental work and vaccinations, deworming, hoof care, and has been body clipped.  She is happy, healthy, and is ready for adoption.  She has proven herself to be a willing and accepting horse during her learning experiences. Her first visit with the farrier, for instance, went very well.  She learned quickly how to balance herself in order to have her hooves trimmed. She is not displaying aggression and tries hard to figure out what is being asked of her. With the right person to guide her, Hallie has a great deal of potential and talent!

Please email  director@sonomachangeprogram.com for more information. 

UPDATE July 19, 2018: Exciting NEWS! Hallie is now working under saddle! She had her ears forward when a trainer got onto her back yesterday.  Next the trainer will evaluate how well she understands ques and commands. In addition, Hallie is being worked three to four times per week under tack on the lunge line.  She is enjoying the attention and shows great potential as a riding horse.  She tries hard and is engaged in learning- this is one smart mare!  Her gentle and giving disposition shines through in everything that she does- it is hard to believe how far she has come in just a few short months. 

Here is Hallie letting the trainer hop on.  Saddle? Bridle? Rider on my back? NO PROBLEM!    https://youtu.be/vqr6cB0I_fE

Check out Hallie lunging under saddle in this video:   https://youtu.be/sQpwcYx-2kE


Hallie on June 7, 2018:



At Intake:

Hallie hanging out with her pasture mate Annie:

Hallie in May, 2018