Blaze was rescued in 2012 after Equine Voices received a call from Rancho Resort. He is the 7th wild mustang who had wandered on the Rancho Resort community lawns in Sahuarita, Arizona. The management was worried that he would hurt someone, get hit by a car, or get the resort sued. He was a wild little stud colt with no home, no name and no identity. Blaze is small, but will make someone a wonderful companion horse and now has a home, a name and an identity.
Blaze is a mustang gelding who rides wonderfully in a corral and LOVES the trail. He will go through anything you point him at: hills, rocks, water – you name it!
Blaze is currently barefoot and stands well for the farrier.
Blaze would be best suited for an advanced beginner or intermediate rider. He is up to date on dental care, vaccines, de-worming and on an 8-week hoof trimming cycle.
If you are interested in sponsoring or even adopting Blaze, contact the office at 520.398.2814 for more information.