Hi, looking for anyone's experience/advice with this. We just picked up a rescued horse for my daughter. 20 year old (we think) white female Arabian. Hooves hadn't been trimmed in a year+, halter cutting into her face because it was left on for... she and another horse had been chased around by kids on dirt bikes. Surprisingly, both horse were being over fed and so a little tubby. They could have been in worse shape I guess but bad enough. We couldn't find out her name which is a shame so we're calling her Gracie. She seems pretty normal so far but time will tell. She's normal Arabian skiddish but not too bad. Seems to have a pretty good personality. No bad habits to speak of. Average Arabian spooky. Maybe a little less, she's been around. Vet checked her out and she looks good. Anyway, we just moved/separated Gracie from the other horse she was with. They had been together for around 8/9 years. Gracie seems to be doing well considering. The other horse did not like it. Mommy syndrome I expect. Got a halter on OK but had to give her a little push from behind (two people) to get her in the trailer. She just stood there after we got her in. It's been a week now and she didn't want to eat much at first but that's getting better. She still likes them cookies and I think that's a good sign. Got her hooves trimmed, a little tender on gravel but OK otherwise. Hasn't really attached herself to anybody yet but I'm sure that will come with time. She seems to be interested in all the other horses around the stables. Another good sign. So, what do you think so far? Any suggestions? Tips? Whatever? Thanks in advance.