Here are some of the horses we are looking to send to their Forever Homes!
We take great pride in finding the best homes for our special needs horses. Please refer to our Adoption Documents for details and to apply.
Jitterbug is a black 20yr old foundation bred Tennessee Walker mare. She is currently undergoing a 30 day refresher course with our trainer. 15 hands tall. Needs a confident rider that can push her through things she is unsure about. No craziness. Will trail ride alone or with others. Loads on trailer with no issues. Stands for farrier and for grooming.
Will come UTD on dental work , vaccines, farrier work and a current coggins.
Adoption fee: $1000
Lancelot (Lance) is a 13 year old QH gelding. He stands at 14.3 hh. He is an absolute sweetheart on the ground but will require additional training however we believe with time he will be a great prospect for a rider looking for a cow horse or even a trail horse.
Adoption fee - $750
Cahir is a 13 year old AQHA registered TB/QH Appendix. He rides, stands for farrier and vet. He stands at 16hh. Requires a quiet hand on the ground and a confident rider. He does have an abusive past and can be reactive under stress. He has been getting worked with to overcome his triggers and would be amazing with time. He doesn't do well in a stall and does best in a pasture setting.
Rehoming fee - $2500
Harley and Huey are both gelded jacks. They are both 3yrs old.
Harley is the standard jack and Huey is the spotted mini jack. They can go together or separate. They are halter broke but have minimum handling but aren't nasty in any way. Would make amazing companions.
Adoption fee: $500 each
Please help us cover the cost of each horse we care for, please give us the name of the horse you want to sponsor and while $500 is a suggestion, we accept any amount to help maintain each horses quality of life with us!
Scribbles passed away February 12,2020 of colic. He was only here with us for 20 days but I know those were very happy days for him...and us. Run free Scribbles!
Storm is only with us for 24 hours when he passed away on June 4, 2020. He was an owner surrender due to an eye issue that she was not able to treat. We transported him to Equine Medical Center of Ocala for an evaluation of his eye, we were told that the tumor had returned and has metastasized to his orbital bones.
We made the tough decision to let him cross the rainbow bridge.
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Shelear passed away on August 19, 2020. She came to the rescue as an surrender last year with her herd mate Maggie after their previous owner passed away. They were inseparable and we made sure they stayed together here. Maggie stayed with her to provide loving support and I’m sure her previous owner met her at the Rainbow Bridge and they are riding in green pastures.
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Romeo passed away on August 23, 2020. Romeo came to us 2 years and we estimated he was 40 years old. He was a favorite of all in the barn and the best friend/enemy of another mini Muirgheal, with whom he shared a divided stall. He went quietly watched over by his best friend Muirgheal and all his human caretakers.
Passed Away October 27 , 2020
Cig is a 24 year old quarter horse that came to the rescue 2 years ago as part of a Sheriff seizure. He came with his best friend, Alice and she misses him so much. At some time in his life, he lost all his teeth in the front of his mouth, but this does not keep him from eating soaked feed and hay pellets.
He was a jokester and we already miss his antics.
Passed away November 29, 2020
Back in March I talked about Hope. She was a 20 plus year old thoroughbred that was found abandoned and starving in a field after her previous owners moved away and left her. She had multiple medical issues but she had a fighting spirit and I said she would tell us when she was tired of fighting.
Today she told us it was time, so we made the decision to let her
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