I gave an older bay stud away to a family who I felt was the right home. Ive been informed the new owner plans to dump/leave him somewhere now as something has come up wrong him with him. I cant go get him, Im hours away, nor can afford it. Id like to see if someone can check up and possibly take him in. Hes a great horse, has been for me and never had a problem with him. Would hate to see anything bad happen to him.
He informed me he was going to "leave him somewhere" due to he became unrideable, which Im confused about since he was in good health when I dropped him off. Hes 28yr, looks 15 at most, bay-white star and white hind sock, Arab stud. Not the dainty type of Arab. Super mellow, laid back horse. I dont know his present condition. I do know I dropped him off in good weight about 2 weeks ago.  Just concerned that he does dump him and gets in bad condition.&rdquo
TIER is trying to find a place for this older Arabian Gentleman to go.  TIER is full and cannot take him in.  Thanks to the efforts of a wonderful lady who wishes to remain anonymous,  the person who now has Dancers Magic is willing to let us pick him up.  BUT Dancers Magic needs a home!
NEW INFO:  Dancers Magic, bay stallion, foaled June 15, 1984, reg# 310676.  6 registered progeny, last one foaled in May 2001.  Performance record only shows one class in 1991.
We were informed  that there is a problem with his left hind leg.   At this point we need to know what the issue is with his leg.  We have been told that he has fallen down a few times.  Dancer's Magic will be picked up in the next few days, seen by a vet and once we know what is going on with his leg, we will then know how to proceed.
Funds are needed for transport costs to the vet and for an evaluation of his leg issues.