Horses Available for Adoption
Interested in adopting?
Please see our Adoption Guidelines page to see if you qualify and to fill out an adoption application. Potential adopters are welcome and encouraged to make inquires about available horses; however, in order to set up an appointment to meet horses we do require a completed application on file. Please Note: We do charge adoption fees for our equines. The fees can vary quite a bit depending on the horse (training level, age, needs, etc.). We do not have adoption fees posted with our horse bios, but if you contact us with the names of specific horses you are interested in we will be happy to give you more information. Thank you!
You can find out which horses and other animals have found new homes or have been transferred to another organization by visiting our Recent Adoptions page.
Most Recent Additions:
Latte: Welsh cob gelding added to “Rehab” 06/06/19; Sassy: Rocky Mountain Horse mare added 05/31/19; Patches: Tennessee Walking Horse Gelding added 05/31/19; Bell: quarter horse mare added 05/30/19; Anna: Friesian mare added to “Rehab” 05/30/19; Meena: Friesian mare added 05/30/19; Clay County Sorrel Gelding: added to “Rehab” section 05/0/19; Clay County Pinto Gelding: added to “Rehab” section 05/09/19; Koda (Clay Count Blue Roan Gelding): added to “Rehab” section 05/09/19; Epona: sorrel mare added to “Rehab” section 04/01/19; Luta: sorrel mare added to “Rehab” section 04/01/19; Freedom: pinto gelding added to “Rehab” 04/01/19; Fillmore County Bay Gelding (Deceased): added 04/10/19; Fillmore County Red Dun Mare: added to “Rehab” 04/01/19; Ava: pony mare added to “Rehab” section 04/01/19; Titan: dun yearling added to “Rehab” section 04/01/19
Horses who are currently in our Rehabilitation Program can be viewed by scrolling to the bottom of each page.
Horses Available For Adoption
Horses Currently In Rehabilitation
The horses presented in this section have either recently arrived and are waiting for a veterinary examination and assessment or they have a medical condition that prevents them from being immediately available for adoption. In the case of the latter, there are often veterinary bills that need to be paid. Thanks to the generosity of sponsors, these horses can continue to receive care. Unfortunately, there are usually more horses than there are sponsors.
If you or your organization would like to offer general sponsorship or a special-occasion gift sponsorship for a friend or loved one, please CLICK HERE to see our Sponsorship Gift Program. Give the Gift of Kindness!