Sadly he was found at Camelot Auction House in New Jersey. He was at risk of being shipped to slaughter until he was photographed and placed on the Camelot Weekly Facebook page. These horses are the horses that are unfortunate enough to end up at this auction and find themselves in the number 10 pen. If these horses are not placed through the Facebook site they will be shipped off to another auction or sent off with other horses to a slaughterhouse in Canada or Mexico. Tucker was pulled from Camelot Tucker appears to have been an Amish horse. He is very gentle, kind and sweet. He loves to be groomed and fussed over. He was visited by a 4 H group after he arrived at the rescue and was surrounded by kids while getting his tail braided and his coat groomed. He and the kids loved every minute of it. AND…He is gaited.!! Tucker has received two months of professional training and is coming along nicely. He does require a confident rider.