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Adopt Me Spotlight: She's So Fly (Now adopted!)

Updated: Jan 30

She's So Fly

EDIT as of 1/30/24: She's adopted! She's So Fly will be going home with a former staff member of ATR, Chloe, who now resides in Kentucky. We are so happy for her! ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Coming directly from our director, Bonnie McRae, is a new segment of our blog called the "Adopt Me Spotlight." Roughly each Monday, Bonnie will pick a horse to spotlight that seems to be getting overlooked. Approved adopters can get this horse for $500 off their adoption fee until the next Adopt Me Spotlight (minimum a week).

For our first spotlight, we have She's So Fly!

Why do we think she's been overlooked?

  • She's a chestnut mare

  • That's it! That's a terrible reason!

Why you should be considering her:

  • She is very quiet, kind, and straightforward to ride

  • She has no vices

  • She's a big girl! She's a stocky 16.1 hands.

  • She will be amateur friendly

  • Retired sound with no limitations

  • She comes from a trainer ATR has worked with many times and who takes great care of their horses

  • She has a great name for showing!

  • She is turned out with both mares and geldings (and a mini) with zero issues.


My personal appeal for this horse. I have watched Stacey ride and work with this mare and she is so incredibly willing and eager to please. Stacey loves her and is getting so frustrated she's not getting the attention she deserves, especially after her ride in the snow! She stands stock still for grooming and tacking up in the cross ties and is good for the farrier and vet. She also goes out with a mixed herd of geldings and mares without issue.

In addition to being sound, gorgeous, and straightforward to ride, this mare has lovely breeding for those who are into that. She's by Irish War Cry and out of a Not For Love mare. She has no vices at all.

At the time of this posting, and for a very limited time, she's available for $1,500. With that adoption fee, you're getting a gorgeous, sound mare who is up to date on all vaccines, deworming, has had her teeth and feet both done recently, and has a current coggins.

Not to mention she got the clean bill of health and soundness from our veterinarian upon arrival. You really cannot beat that deal for a horse who we shouldn't even have to discount to get your attention, but we hope it does.

Here's a video of her second ride at ATR, and first ride in snow! She could not have been better.

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