In November of 2019 I rehomed my 9 year old bay half Arab gelding, Magic. The only reason he was rehomed was because I knew he needed medical help that I could not afford to give him. It was my first semester at an out of state college and I was barely making enough money to pay for board and his ( and his brothers) basic necessities. So I gave him to this couple (who seemed) really nice and was able to pay for all of the help he needed.... (read more) My terms to giving him to them were that I could come visit him and that if they ever wanted to get rid of him that they would come to me first and that more likely than no I would taking him back in a heart beat. They agreed and we kept in touch for the first few months. However I eventually ended up dropping out of college and moving home to Wisconsin. I was originally told that they were going to show magic in August of 2020 and I was planning on going back to Ohio to cheer them on but with covid I knew I wasn’t going to be able to. So I messaged them asking how Magic was doing only to learn that they sold him months ago. When I asked if they had any idea where he was or who bought him they both blocked me without saying anything.
I’m desperately looking for Magic. I would like to try and get him back or at the very least know that he is doing okay. I got magic when he was 2 years old and he has saved my life more time than I can count. This horse means the absolute world to me. Magic was rehomed to a couple in Genoa, Ohio and I have no idea who they might have sold him to. He has splints on his front legs and his front feet tend to try to curl under him when he is not trimmed properly do to his bad conformation. He has serious separation anxiety that leads to him pacing when he is stressed out. Not sure if he is still rideable. Last I knew he could handle light riding. He knew how to bow and Spanish walk. He is definitely a people pleaser. Like I said earlier he is bay with a star and a snip and 3 feet have white on them.
If you have any idea at all about where he might be please message me!!
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