Army horses being honorably discharged are seeking new homes. Kennedy and Quincy are both highly trained Caisson horses who are no longer useful to the Army. Kennedy, a 15-year-old Standardbred, has kicked one too many soldiers, and Quincy, an 11-year-old Quarterhorse, has navicular.
The horses are free to adopt, but the army plans to fully vet whomever adopts them. The 7 page adoption application is quite extensive, and if you manage to pass the adoption application, an Army herd manager will travel to your house or boarding stable to make sure you have a suitable location for the horses.
Original Story and Photo: Miami HeraldAuthor: Dale Williams <-- Become my friend on Facebook! - Phone: 724-964-6773
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