Can't adopt?  Any of the adoptable horses or our "permanent residents" are available for sponsorship until their forever homes are found. 

ADOPTION PROCEDURE:  If you are interested in a specific horse, please contact us at: [email protected] with any questions you may have. We'd be happy to answer your questions and send you an adoption application, or you can go to our "application" link on our website and complete the form .  Once the adoption application has been approved we welcome you to come visit and spend time with your potential new family member.  If from there everything is a match and you'd like to proceed with the adoption, an adoption will be approved.  An adoption contract is required for all of our horses, no exception.  No breeding, no selling or giving away.  We want you to enjoy your new family member for their lifetime and if something should prohibit that, we request that they come back into our care.  Many of these horses have come from neglectful situations or owners who couldn't keep them and wanted nothing but the best for them. It is our job to ensure that happens.  Thank you for your understanding and patience.  We are strictly volunteers, so we will do our best to get back to you as quickly as possible when you inquire.  

************WE HAVE SEVERAL NEW HORSES COMING IN AND THEY WILL BE EVALUATED & POSTED********



Please feel free to email us with what you are looking for.  We are happy to help!   You can always get pre-approved so when that right horse comes in you are ready to go!!!  


OWNER ASSISTED PLACEMENT.  ADOPTION FEE WAIVED, $100 DONATION.  APPROVED HOME ONLY.  

Leighla is 27, black TWH mare, not ridden for several years, strong & spirited. She would need retraining & experienced rider. Easy to saddle, trim, spray, etc. Only negative is she bonds tightly to her horse buddy & could be a problem if separating.

Derby (Gelding)  is 19, spotted 1/2 walker, gaited. Tends to overeat & needs to lose weight; have to limit pasture time or use grazing muzzle. Doesn't care whether he is alone, stalled, whatever. Was last ridden maybe 3 yrs ago, easy to saddle but may have to hold him for mounting, esp for a woman. When last ridden by a male he stood perfectly still, but probably not for me. I would hesitate to recommend either horse for a novice without retraining -- somewhat spoiled & barn soured by inactivity.  They would both make great companions for a family! 

PICTURES OF THEM BOTH - BELOW

HIGH - COMPANION ONLY


16yo old Standardbred Gelding.  15.3H   He is personality plus and is great with other mares and geldings.   While High is broke to ride, due to past neglect he can no longer carry weight on his back.  He has been seen by a Vet and an Equine Chiropractor and he is NOT in pain unless weight is put directly on his back.  Therefore he is being placed as a companion horse only.    

Adoption Fee:  $150.00





"HIGH"