TRINITY – Filly/Gray/Grade – Young/Projec


If  you are interested in adopting this horse, please submit an Adoption Inquiry via AAE’s website; No texts please:  https://www.allaboutequine.org/how-to-adopt.html.  Adoption fee subject to change based on training; see website for all current information.

Trinity came to AAE after seizure by law enforcement in a cruelty case. Trinity was not easy to catch, though she loaded well when she was picked up. She was thin, very untrusting and reactive. She had a large swelling above her front fetlock.  Radiographs indicated this was a soft tissue injury, and appears to be scar tissue. She was not obviously lame.

Once at AAE, and after she was done with quarantine, Trinity had her spa days:  dental, vaccines, and deworming, and she got a microchip. Dr. Stolba re-examined her front fetlock and agreed, it appears to be scar tissue. Her hoof trim was delayed due to hoof handling issues. She was terrified of anyone touching her legs, or attempting to pick up a hoof.  Fortunately, she seems to have good hooves, and lack of care doesn’t appear to have affected her too bad.  She’s beginning to trust, haltering is getting easier, and she seems to really enjoy kind handling and care. She’s going to take a little time to become a trusting partner, but she’s well on her way.

Trinity will be adoptable (soon) once she’s willing and able to have hoof care.  She will be a fun project for an experienced person interested in developing a trusting and lifelong relationship with a young horse, while giving her time to mature and develop before starting her under saddle.

Trinity is current with dental care, vaccines, and deworming, and she has a microchip. She will be able to go home once her hooves are trimmed. While at AAE, she’s not shown any signs of lameness due to the scar tissue on her fetlock.  

In general, there is a lot of activity around AAE including foot traffic in and out of paddock/pasture areas, mucking with wheelbarrows, grooming and care activities, and weekly farrier visits.  There are various resident animals, as well as various wildlife  in and around paddock/pasture areas.  AAE is on a  busy road with high speed vehicles, trucks, and sirens.  Tractors and trucks are used in and around pasture/paddock areas.  Therefore, horses at AAE are accustomed to a more active environment as opposed to a quiet/sterile environment.

  • Height: 14.1
  • Weight: 850
  • Registered: No
  • Date Foaled: 01/01/2022
  • Is this a rescue?: No
  • Rescue's Name: All About Equine Animal Rescue