All around the nation horses are in search of safe, loving homes. Here are five available today.
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Scout – North Carolina
“Scout is looking to be the perfect pasture buddy or for the right person to spend lots of time doing ground work to teach him to trust again, rescued from an abusive situation were he was severely malnourished. Responds well to natural horsemanship and enjoys it. Barefoot and very easy keeper. References a must.”
Treasure – California
“Treasure she’s a 28 yr old Jockey Club registered TB (registered name Geopolia). Treasure is ready for a new home. This gal is a NEW horse. Thanks for her “guardian” Sponsoring Angel, she had her eye removed.Comfortable and now thriving, she has put on weight, loves getting treats attention and grooming. When she arrived her description was as follows: She’s bay, 16 hands, rides English, bombproof to kids, dogs, cars, loud trucks, bicycles, wild turkeys, you name it. She went blind in the left eye about 4 years ago, but it hasn’t effected her personality at all. Update: She is now 28~ hasn’t been ridden in over a year…but her comfort, happiness and health has greatly improved with that eye removed. light riding is fine.Vet check reveals great health. Adoption fee waived to great forever home.”
Depp – Texas
“This 16 year old gelding is perfect for anyone looking to just walk around. I have too many horses and not enough time. He would be a great companion horse or a horse you could walk kids around on. If you need a horse to jump on every few weeks or months or years, hed be easy to catch, saddle and ride. Hes not good for trotting or loping. Hes a walk around boy. Hes about 16 hands, easy to keep and has great feet. He had his teeth floated last January, has regular worming, shots and clean Coggins.”
Cajun – Washington
“Looking for a good home for my 15-year old Thoroughbred Gelding. Cajun is a retired racehorse and started dressage before I bought him. He’s been sitting in our pasture for the past four years enjoying life. He has a lot to offer because he’s quiet on the ground and doesn’t shy away from tractors, firework sounds or walking through water. He loves attention (neighborhood greeter), leads, clips, solid feet, and is scheduled for annual shots. Since I have not personally rode him and he’s the only horse on our property, I have little history to share in these two areas.”
Jypsie – Virginia
“Jypsie” Approximately 14.3 and is 7 years old, she is a beautiful dapple grey Arabian! She 100% sound despite a leg injury with a scar. She is a little nervous around people but that has already improved. When she was handled in the past 2 years it was not with a kind hand. We were told that she is very green broke but to be honest, we don’t think that is accurate. We will check into her training soon. She is willing just doesn’t know what is expected of her. We think with a kind, patient hand she will flourish. Even with just being in the foster home for several weeks she has improved in leaps and bounds, prospect for trail horse.”