Hi all, I haven't been on in a while, but I have five horses which are needing to find new homes. They have spent the last year to 18 months being research mares in our herd. They are all mares. Unlike the mares we rehomed last time, these still have their ovaries. Please let me know if you are interested in any of them and I will provide you further information if possible. This is Gingersnap. She is a seven-year-old quarter type mare. She is willing to please, but can be difficult to catch out in pasture. These mares often become easier to catch when they have found a permanent home. She is very respectful of personal space and easy to work with on the ground. Her previous owner stated that she had ridden her, but we cannot verify this information. This is Dime Box. She is a sixteen-year-old sorrel mare. She is easy to handle, but she does have chronic lameness issues. This is Jupiter. She is a dun mare who is twelve-years-old. She is very willing and eager, however, due to a previous injury her face is crooked, which gives her character! Her potential for riding is unknown, and she appears to be sound. Medellin is a thirteen-year-old paint mare who is registered with APHA. She is very sweet and easy to work with on the ground. She does have chronic lameness complications. This is Tierra. She is approximately sixteen-years old. She will come up to you out in pasture, especially if you have treats, but she's not a pushy mare and she has great ground manners. She does have chronic lameness.