Liberty Popular

Age
4 yrs old, Mare, Mustang, Blue Roan (may turn gray), 14.3 hh
Education Level
Started under saddle
Adoption Fee
$800
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November 2012 - Libby foaled August 9, 2012, and now her formal education has begun. Her bouncing baby boy has been adopted by one of the handlers at Crandell's Horse Works, who we use for our training needs. Libby is doing well, here's an update:

Where Takoda was kind of go, go, go - Libby's a little bit...well... no, no, no. She's a really kind gal who's trying to find her way through having to carry a human around while in motion. She's got good bend and great brakes! Libby will stand still with you on her back all day long! Gas pedal is being installed and steering is improving. Libby needed a little extra encouragement to sustain forward motion, but we'll get there. She is smart, beautiful, tolerant, and desensitizes to things pretty quickly - I think she really just doesn't want to exert all the effort it takes to shy away. Did I mention she stands still marvelously? Freedom got to join in on the fun too! He ran around a little with his momma and was taking it all in. Green as she is, Libby appears very calm and confident... almost too calm. But, we'll see... Maybe she's just that special! Libby should progress very quickly and will blossom into a wonderful riding partner who's just waiting for her forever human to walk off into the sunset with!! Yes, I said walk. *smile* Follow along as she progresses! New photos have been posted. (pam)


July 2012 - Liberty is currently in foal and not available at this time. Initial pregnancy check upon intake returned a negative result, but apparently it was simply too early for the test to pick it up. We're expecting Libby to foal out late August 2012. Check back for updated information on the status of her availability and to see photos of the baby!!


April 2012 - Libby leads, ties, stands for the farrier. She is a lovely young mare that is gentle and kind. She was born on a BLM range and then was removed from the wild placed through the BLM adoption program. Unfortunately she ended up with a woman that did not know how to care for horses and was taken to a back yard along with two other young mares and a young stallion so the owner could breed them and make money on the babies. Sadly she starved and neglected the horses. Libby (Liberty) along with the horses that survived, were taken in by Freedom Hill. She is now healthy, happy and ready for a new home to train her into the great riding horse she can be.
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