Mora is a stately grey mare that is friendly and well behaved on the ground. She stands nicely for grooming, bathing and the farrier. She is a very lovely mover with natural impulsion. At this time, we have not yet tried Mora under saddle.
RESCUE STORY: Mora was rescued along with four other horses and a young pony from the 8.5/East Everglades in SW Miami-Dade on June 28, 2017. She and the others were unconfined/at large, posing a danger to themselves and the public. Charges were filed by police against the owner.
RECOVERY: Immediately upon arrival at our ranch, our veterinarian determined Mora was suffering from Indigo poisoning. She also had a deep cut in her lip, and was emaciated (body score 2 on the Henneke scale). Her lip healed quickly and she made a full recovery from the Indigo poisoning. It took a while for her to regain her weight, but slow and steady is always best.
If you are interested in adopting Mora, 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!
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