The Appalachian Trainer Face Off Introductions
Introducing our second Trainer x Horse Pairing, Adam and Dune!
Dune was rescued by the Kentucky Equine Humane Society last year and gelded. Others in his herd were rescued as they were causing issues in the local community as a free ranging herd of abandoned and/or feral born horses. He was waiting and growing in their care until this opportunity for him to show the horse world JUST how Amazing horses from this reclaimed and active mine sites can be if offered the right training.
Can Adam Black bring out all of the potential this young and feral born gelding has to offer?
We are certain he will!
You can learn about free roaming horses that cover certain areas of Appalachia here: http://www.wvhorserescue.org/mine.html
Remember, while ALL of these horses and trainers will prove to be phenomenal, this is a competition, and the ONLINE FAN Favorite will take home the “SOCIAL MEDIA FAN PICK” Award, and the more interest generated in each horse, the HIGHER chance of adoption of EACH and EVERY Horse.
These horses will be adoptable via online and in person auction to APPROVED homes on HOP contacts on August 26th. This is an amazing chance to give a home horse who has been through so much a forever home and all the while being blessed with an equine coming to you with an exceptional foundation that has a value many times over the adoption fee! I cannot imagine a better place to be browsing for your next equine partner, guys!
Over the next few days, I will share a Trainer / Horse pair taking part in the Appalachian Trainer Face Off, an inaugural, yearly event.
Today, it is #HOPTEAMDUNE
Tomorrow, meet another Competitive Team!
And mark your calendars, as this Face Off is one you will NOT want to miss, so plan to drive in, fly in or float in to see this on August 25th and August 26th!
Be sure to invite all of your friends!
If your eye is on applying to adopt Dune, be sure to get your applications in early!