Commander Con – Companion Horse – Partially Sponsored by Lydia and Luke M.!!
Commander Con is a 18-year-old Standardbred Gelding who stands at 16.2 hands. His U.S. Trotting name is Commander Con he decided to keep his name like that. He had a short racing career as he only raced once winning nothing. Before going to Slaughter he was owned by a 76-year-old Amish man for a few years. Once he was done with Commander Con, he ended up in the Slaughter Pipeline. He was saved from the Slaughter in Pennsylvania, he had to stay in quarantine for a while because he had a contagious respiratory infection. When he arrived, he had no tail, since being here we have been treating his tail with EQyss Mirco Tek Equine Spray along with Sunscreen, so his tail will not burn. His tail will never fully grow back but most of his skin on his tail is covered so it will not get sunburned. Commander Con is looking for his forever home as a companion horse. He was sound and was doing great with his training. Recently he is having problems with his back ends, so he has been turned into a companion horse until further notice of him improving to ensure that is he comfortable and out of pain. He is such a sweetheart some of the horses tend to pick on him. You will often find him by the side of EZA his best friend who is also a Standardbred Gelding. They do everything together from eating their daily grain to take naps together. In the video Commander Con (left) and Penny (right) was adopted out to her forever home were stretching their legs. They were both stalled while healing from injuries which both have fully rehabilitated.
To follow Commander Con’s progress please check out our Facebook Page. For adoption information fill the form out below or call 904-236-8928.
Commander Con is partially sponsored by Lydia and Luke M.!!
If you would like to be a sponsor for Commander Con please sign up for your reoccurring monthly donations using PayPal or Venmo. Recommended donations amounts are $25, $50 (Full Sponsorship). You can also adjust the amount to how much you want to donate. Singular bequests are also welcomed!