Jodi is a pretty young filly we are just starting under saddle. She has overcome many fear issues and has benefited from a lot of groundwork with staff and professionals.
RESCUE STORY: We rescued Jodi with four other horses and a pony from the 8.5/East Everglades in SW Miami-Dade on June 28, 2017. She arrived underweight, and we were told her mother had died. She and the others were unconfined/at large, posing a danger to themselves and the public. Charges were filed by police against the owner.
First time being ridden:
Sixth time being ridden:
This is her second time out of the round pen, where she is learning how to steer.
She is smart, willing and is going to make a fantastic trail horse.
If you are interested in adopting Jodi, please first complete and submit the adoption application (link below). Once your application is received, we will get in touch with you about next steps. Our staff is always busy picking up new rescues, tending to sick or injured horses, and even testifying in cruelty cases, so it may take up to a few days to respond. Your patience is appreciated!