Meet Duke, Duke is a gorgeous 1-year-old gelding. He has been vaccinated, wormed and have been started on leading and gentling.
Mostly you must be aware that every rescue’s goal is to find forever homes for all their horses. This means that they will anticipate you are providing a home and safe atmosphere for the Andalusian horse its entire life.
Horses are also grazing animals that naturally will walk on average 20 miles a day. Confining an Andalusian horse to a small area where he can't move around can lead to many behavior and health problems.
If you are boarding an Andalusian horse, make sure to ask if the fee includes a daily mucking and turnout, or be prepared to spend at least an hour cleaning both your horse and their stall, in addition to the time needed to give them their daily exercise. Finally, ask the broader what supplies are included, such as buckets, feed, hay, and bedding, or if you will need to purchase and provide those.
Andalusian horses within rescues have sometimes had periods of loneliness and hardship in their lives. Once taken in by a rescue they become forever thankful for an improved life alongside compassionate human caretakers and social activity with other horses.