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Status: Available for Adoption
Jelly was saved from slaughter when HiCaliber rescued him from the Ontario Auction on June 21, 2016.
Update: July 21, 2017
Jelly has been out at foster and has been ridden in a round pen, on trail and even in a Parade. He has not exhibited any rear, buck or bolt and is a super comfortable ride. He is an excellent trail and parade horse, just doesn’t like to be run up on. He likes to be housed alone, as he can be a bit stud like in pasture. He has no spook and will give anything a try! He is recommended for an Intermediate confident rider/handler.
Update: February 22, 2017
Jelly has found his way back to HiCaliber after spending some time away with a hopeful adopter. His adopter claimed that while he is generally fine on trails and while working, he will without being provoked, buck and rear aggressively for a few moments. She was able to get him to rein in, but she was concerned as this behavior doesn’t seem to be triggered by anything specific. Jelly has been checked by Chiro and Vet for possible reasons for these outbursts and so far nothing has been discovered. Our riding team is now doing some investigation into this behavior so that we can try and determine any possible cause. Jelly is being worked with by only experienced handlers.
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