Kai was one of nine horses seized in September 2014 in Coffey County, KS, due to extreme neglect. He and his mother, Lissa, were brought to Rainbow Meadows for custodial care, where they were immediately started on a rehabilitation program to counter the effects of severe malnutrition. Kai was stunted upon arrival, but quickly began to make up for lost time once he was provided adequate nutrition. He grew in leaps and bounds in his first months and has since run the pastures as a healthy, growing youngster. The horses were signed over to Rainbow Meadows upon their previous owner’s conviction of animal cruelty, allowing them to be made available to adoption. Kai is a fun ad flashy young gelding, but will not be ready to begin saddle training until May 2018. He has completed his ground training and now will have saddle training with his new forever family.