Many have forgotten this truth, but we must never forget it... we remain forever responsible for that which we have tamed.
12 year old Quarter Horse Gelding
Albert came to GSH as part of a large seizure of horses from Kingsbury County, South Dakota. He had a long-term injury to his leg that has healed. He is available for adoption now that he has been gelded. Note: he does not have a large star, he had a scrape that was being treated in this photo.
21 year old Quarter Horse Mare
Quinn came to GSH as part of a large seizure of horses from Kingsbury County, South Dakota. The mother of many of the horses in this group, including Albert, she is a 21 year old, very friendly mare. Registered name is Sonny Tru Chick. Quinn is confirmed in foal for a Feb/March baby.
15 year old Quarter Horse Mare
Elsa came to GSH as part of a large seizure from Kingsbury County, South Dakota. She is believed to be Shes Daddys Legacy. She's a tall, leggy mare who is gaining weight nicely. As one of the thinner horses her job has been to eat so we haven't evaluated her training level yet.
18 year old Quarter Horse Mare
Lacey came to GSH as part of a large seizure of horses from Kingsbury County, South Dakota. She is bred for a summer 2019 foal. She is available for adoption with her foal Archie. She is available on her own after weaning. Potential registered name Gents Lacy Rocket.
3 year old Mustang Mare
Leilani is a cute little thing, sassy and spunky. She is a two year old mustang with a beautiful gait in pasture. She will probably stay small like her dam, Terra, but she proves that perfect things can come in small packages! She would be an adorable small riding pony or a driving pony. Her future is unlimited!
3 year old Mustang Mare
Angelica or "Jelli" has grown into an absolutely STUNNING horse! She likes people, is very friendly and willing, and has all the potential in the world.. This girl is super friendly, loves to be brushed by volunteers and has had a summer of ground work on her now.
Leeza (Sheza Music Star)
14 year old Paint Mare
Leeza has returned from a long-time adoption (since 2012!) due to some personality conflicts with other horses in her pasture. She's very well trained and gentle, and at one point was recommended to be ridden only by children and small adults due to an underlying back issue. We've seen no signs of any back pain, however would recommend a reasonable weight restriction due to that previous recommendation and her build. She has been well loved and ridden by children and has shown no problems acclimating to two of our herds since returning.