Bluebonnet Equine Humane Society

Meet Sienna

BEHS 992 - Sienna
Arrived at the Rescue
Arrived in 2018
Bluebonnet Rescue Horse Training Challenge
Bluebonnet Rescue Horse Training Challenge - Spring 2020
Bluebonnet Rescue Horse Training Challenge - Fall 2019
Adoption Fee
College Station, TX
Date of Birth
1 January 2000
Arrived at BEHS
5 September 2018
Quarter Horse
15.3 hands
Chestnut / Sorrel
Intake Group

About Sienna

Sienna was discovered estray.  When her owners were not found, she was placed with Bluebonnet by law enforcement.


Sienna’s history before coming to Bluebonnet is unknown.

Health / Lameness

Sienna has no known health or lameness problems.


Sienna placed 3rd in the Non-Pro Under Saddle division of the Fall 2019 Bluebonnet Rescue Horse Training Challenge.

She will be competing under saddle in the 14 and over Non-Pro Walk/Trot/Canter division of the Bluebonnet HelpAHorse Spring Training Challenge and Adoption Event with trainer Kathleen Roberts.  She will be available for adoption starting on May 2, 2020 at the Challenge competition in Boyd, TX.  You can follow their progress on their Facebook Page.

Evaluation and Training

Sienna is very gentle with adults and children. She appears to not be bother by dogs or other livestock. She does appear to be hesitant around water. She is easy to catch, lead, and load.  She is easy to halter and blanket, even for her novice horse owner foster home!

In June 2019, trainer Hilary LoBue test rode her and discovered Sienna was broke to ride.  She’s has spent four months with a non-pro youth rider for more riding time.  Her youth rider’s mom says Sienna has impeccable ground manners and describes her “as the least spooky horse she has ever seen”.  Sienna and her rider have been working in an arena, over obstacles, and out on trails.  She has been ridden bareback and also completely tackless. 

Sienna has high withers and little musculature over her back.  Because of this, she can be hard to fit to a saddle and may need an extra thick saddle pad.  (This is the reason her fee is lower than it should be – because we understand that additional padding or a higher quality saddle pad just for her costs more).

This mare is sweet, quiet, and calm but she does have more go than whoa so don’t let her age fool you!  She can be ridden western or english.  She would do well for a beginner with a trainer or a family with horse experience.

Evaluation / Training
Professional Trainer Evaluated
BEHS Foster Trained
Trained Prior to Arrival at BEHS
Training Level
Started Under Saddle, Green Broke
Riding Suitability / Workload
(Now or in the future with training)
Unrestricted riding


Trailers Yes Clips Unknown
Leads Yes Catches Yes
Ties Yes Bathes No
Trims Yes
Bucks No Kicks No
Bites No Rears No


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