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RESCUE - REHAB - REHOME - RETIRE
Donate, Sponsor, Adopt, Volunteer, Share
Sometimes we rescue horses, sometimes we rescue people!
Our goal is to bring peace and calm into the middle of chaos for incoming horses!
AVAILABLE FOR ADOPTION!!!
Our promise to these horses is that they will never be abused, neglected, or hungry, and they will always be vaccinated properly, dewormed properly, and get the farrier and dental care that they deserve. If you can provide this home for them, we would love to work with you!
If you adopt and find yourself in a spot later, we will take them back at no cost and no judgment! They cannot be trained and resold. This must be a forever home with a contract to return them if not.
If you don't see what you are looking for listed, please reach out to us because we have a waiting list of horses incoming regularly!
See a horse you love, but aren't able to give it a home? Consider being a Dedicated Donor to their time at the rescue and help us provide it with feed and care. Dedicated Donor packages range from $50-$150/month.
If you would like to adopt a horse below, please fill out the adoption form for consideration.
If you see someone you want to take home, please email us at [email protected] for an adoption application! All adoption prices are evaluated based on the horse, expenses, and training. The adoption fee for your new horse will help us take in another one and offer them the same loving home you are now giving yours! We are looking for forever homes so we have a contract that all rescues will not be resold or given away. If you can't keep the horse, he/she comes back to the rescue. We do not refund the fee, however, it will go toward the next rescue's vet, farrier. or other costs, All rescues are up to date on all shots, coggins, and farrier.
Breed: Spotted Saddle
Comments: Aunt Bee is a 19 year old spotted saddle. She is an owner transfer and has had some foot issues in the past. We will be bringing in our farrier to assess her to see if the issues are still around. So far she seems very sweet and well mannered. More to come!