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Sharon + Search

by | Feb 2018 | Story

Breed Thoroughbred

Age 9

Sex Gelding

Color Chestnut

Height 15.2hh

In July of 2016, I lost my baby thoroughbred to Potomac and was devastated. I had adopted him from Rerun and had such a great experience the first time. I had tremendous support from Lisa at Rerun after I lost him, and decided to look for my next horse there. The minute I saw Search and Lisa had shared his story, I was in love. Since I was pre-approved for my first adoption, all I had to do was arrange transportation. It was such a smooth and pleasant experience, and I recommend Rerun to everyone. Lisa is very honest about every horse and takes excellent care of each one. Search and I have been together for a little over a year now, and I couldn’t have asked for a better heart horse.

What #RightHorse means to me

It means finding that one horse that you have a special connection with. My horse chose me and I chose him. He does anything I ask of him and trusts me fully.

1 Comment

  1. Cindy Springer

    So sad for your loss but it’s wonderful that you found another horse to love. Glad you are so happy together.

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