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May 9, 2011

Meet Glory

Smart, pretty, and athletic, Glory oozes talent and has excelled at her foundation training

The Humane Society of the United States / The Fund for Animals

  • Glory. The HSUS

Adoption status: Available for adoption

Breed: Quarter horse

Sex: Mare

Color: Sorrel , blaze, right hind sock

Age: 6 years old

Height: 15 hh 

Horsenality: RB/LB-E

Spirit: Moderate

Glory came to Doris Day Horse Rescue and Adoption Center from a large HSUS seizure in Tyler, Texas. She was one of 43 mares struggling to survive.

Smart, sensitive, pretty, with loads of try, the name ‘Glory’ is befitting her. ‘Oozing with talent and athleticism’ is how we describe Glory.

Initially skeptical, Glory is learning to trust and has excelled at her foundation training under Jerilyn Caldwell’s gentle training. Glory trailer loads, walks over a tarp, has polite ground skills and accepts the saddle and rider. She is quickly learning to guide at a walk and trot. We are thrilled at how far she has come and are excited by the possibilities for this lovely Right-Brain/Left-Brain Extrovert.

Glory could make an excellent pleasure, barrel or cow horse for someone who would appreciate her athleticism and sweet nature. Her coon tail and sweet disposition suggest her lineage to Smart Chic O’Lena. The ideal adopter for Glory would be an intermediate level horseperson who can continue to build her trust and confidence, and who can enjoy her tremendous talents.

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