You are right Anon, she is a very pretty girl! I hope she finds her forever home soon.
Grace is a very pretty girl, and she has exciting news to share too. Some very kind, generous and talented people have offered to take Grace in for some training starting in March. We are very, very excited about this adventure and will share every step of the journey with all of you. We also hope that Grace's future adopter, whoever that might be, will be watching too.
That is fantastic news!
Very exciting news! March will be here before we know it and Grace will be that much closer to her new family!! Such a wonderful and generous thing to do....thank you!
Grace just wanted to pop in and say hello.
Is she adopted yet?
Hi Peggy. Grace is not adopted. When a horse gets adopted we do mark them as adopted right away and we will post here on their thread along with an adoption day picture too.
If you read above, I mentioned that we had a couple of very kind, generous and talented people who will be taking Grace in for some training to make her more adoptable, and she will be going in March for that. We are going to assume at this time that Grace will be in training for somewhere in the neighborhood of 30 days.
How tall is she? Are her hooves going to be a long lasting problem, or good with proper farrier care and nutrition?
Grace is a perfect lady for having her feet trimmed and now that she has been here a while, her feet are in great shape....no special needs. As far as height, she is about 14.2
How is Grace's training coming along?
Grace is due to start her training in March. (I'll note that today is February 14, 2017 for future ease of reading).
We have sad news about Grace's training that she was scheduled to head off for.... that isn't going to happen. The person who was going to do this for Grace just doesn't have enough time to be able to take Grace in.
Grace has come a long way and we will continue to work with her, and hopefully the right person comes along for Grace and sees what a sweet horse she is.
Grace just wanted to pop in and say hello to everyone.
Bummer that she won't be going for training. Someone will click with her eventually. The training would have been nice to get a really good idea of what she knows and how she is...just another reason for that indoor to get done ASAP, right?
She is stunning! Such a beautiful mare with a whole lot to offer
Grace has come a long way since first coming to MHWF. She was originally mislabeled as an aggressive horse. We did not think she was aggressive at all and simply thought she was scared. That turned out to be true and after doing some research on her, it became clear that Grace had a very abusive past. She was terrified of people and nobody could get anywhere near her. She now comes right up to us and has even started approaching strangers. Today she wanted to be haltered and taken out for a walk, and we did that. This is not the same horse that came to us last October. She is super sweet, very quiet, respectful and put together very well. In all these months, even when she first arrived, Grace never once tried to bite, bolt, kick, rear or anything even close to aggression. It is good to see her confidence and personality coming out now. We are very glad we took a chance on her and in the end, someone is going to get a very, very nice horse who truly only wants to please you, once she trusts you.
She's a great looking made,I hope someone will adopt her soon. So glad she come to you.
Looking forward to seeing summer photos of Gracie Girl. Karen, you do such a beautiful job with the pics.
Do you allow visitors (do you have office hours/appointment only?)?
Hi Anna. We do allow visitors, but you do need to make an appointment. The Midwest Horse Welfare Foundation is run 100% volunteer, and so everyone works regular jobs. Our telephone hours are from 4:00 pm to 9:00 pm weekdays and any time on weekends (within reason