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December 2017 update:
Jelly has been ridden by intermediate riders, ponied other horses off of him and has not exhibited any buck or bolt since coming back to us! He is ready for a forever home!
Jelly was saved from slaughter when HiCaliber rescued him from the Ontario Auction on June 21, 2016.
Jelly has been out at foster and has been ridden in a round pen, on the 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.
Interested? Email: firstname.lastname@example.org