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Hap

Thoroughbred x Appaloosa Cross

Overall satisfaction

4/5

Acquired: Rescue / shelter organization

Gender: Male

Appearance

5/5

Health / soundness

2/5

Calm temperament

5/5

Trainability

4/5

Trail riding / Pleasure riding

3/5

Horse camping / Pack trips

3/5

Natural horsemanship

4/5

Endurance riding

2/5

Competive trail (NATRC)

1/5

Ride and Tie

3/5

Mounted orienteering

2/5

Dressage

3/5

Driving

3/5

English pleasure / Show hack

3/5

Eventing

3/5

Halter

3/5

Hunter / Jumper competition

3/5

Hunter trials

3/5

Saddle Seat

3/5

Show jumping

3/5

Western pleasure

3/5

4H

4/5

Hap the App

By

Castle Rock, Washington, United States

Posted Feb 04, 2019

Hap was a rescue horse I worked with at a horse sanctuary. He was my favorite, quite calm and we got along very well. He was an amazing horse and super easygoing. Easy to halter and lead. He was one of the only rescue horses that would let anyone ride. He had some funny quirks, like opening the stalls and just getting into mischief. He showed kindness to everyone who worked with him, especially children. He adored the barn cats and everyone/thing that he came into contact. I ended up moving away from Ohio, where I worked with him, and unfortunately the horse rescue, also. However, I'm very lucky to have gotten to know Hap and be able to work with him!

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