Hi, I’m Rosie

Hello, my name is Rosie. Would you like to know a little more about me? Unfortunately I have not had a very good start to life. I didn't like humans very much but I am coming to realize that humans aren't that bad. They feed me twice a day, give me nice warm baths which has improved my itchy skin. I have lost my fluffy winter coat and I feel amazing with my shiny new summer coat. My foster carer is doing a great job in helping me discover there are beautiful equine loving beings out there and I'm so much happier now that I am not hungry and itchy. I am currently around other horses and as long as they're happy with me being 'Queen Bee' at dinner time we get along just fine. I'm easy to catch and handle and am becoming very accustomed to being bathed and brushed. I quite like a good scratch when you get just the right spot mmmmm. If you're an experience, passionate horse lover then we may be a match made in heaven.

Please contact the folk at RSPCA by emailing adoptfromfoster@rspcaqld.org.au to meet me. xx neigh xx

Adoption price: $500

PS: RSPCA don't believe I've been broken in yet so I am deemed unrideable at this point in time. With an experienced trainer and handler I have the potential to be ridden in the future.

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