A herd of horses bearing the brand of The Arnold Reproduction Center ended up scheduled for shipment to slaughter, according to social media posts, which the business acknowledged in a statement last week, calling the slaughter designation unintended.Photos posted by the Kaufman Kill Pen Facebook page on July 22 and July 23 show at least a dozen horses bearing the LA brand and/or distinctive shoulder numbers, with some described as recipient mares.Many of these mares came to me through the sale barn system, were sick, completely unbroken and certainly destined for slaughter at that time (15 or so years ago). She will ranch sort, team pen, carry a flag, run barrels, poles, do play days, and ride the trails.She will definitely fit a beginner/novice/timid rider and she is smart and willing to please, she has done everything we have asked of her (see videos below).King is a big stocky ranch horse this broke cool with absolutely no buck!!Cupcake will be a good prospect for; drill team, mounted patrol, trail horse competition, English, walk-trot, leadline, or a lesson horse.
He is a good trail riding horse, great in traffic and commotion.She could fit the first time horse owner, the beginner rider, the old pro, and the whole family.She has good ground manners, is easy to catch and gets along with our other horses, mare and geldings alike. She is easy to saddle/bridle, pick up her feet, and stands for fly spray. She is a very good looking mare with a beautiful red sorrel coat, a pretty face, a thick, long mane and tail.She stands still for mounting (at a block or from the ground), she stands tied and stands very well for the farrier. She has a nice clean head, a kind eye, good neck and shoulders, good withers, straight back, a wide chest and butt. She is a beautiful, gentle, rides very well with a great handle, a sweet disposition. Sunshine is a beautiful palomino mare that absolutely anyone can ride.Cupcake is a mare that will work in any direction concerning equine activities and events. She has most recently been written by a nine-year-old girl.