5 Horses Searching For Forever Homes

All around the nation horses are in search of safe, loving homes. Here are 5 available today.

This is your friendly Horse Nation reminder that our website only relists horses offered for free or via a small adoption fee to a registered equine rescue. Each seller/buyer should do their own research and remember horses are a huge responsibility.

Zan – Oregon

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“Half Arabian half Lippizanner gelding. 24 years old but full on energy! No health problems as this guy has been well cared for all his life. Just had his teeth floated and vaccinations. Was a solid first level dressage partner but this seems to bore him now. Looking for a young but experienced rider for him. He may be a good drill team or trail horse for the right person.”

Ulric – Pennsylvania

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“We are offering our Dutch Warmblood for companion only to good home. We have timeline of complications to his riding soundness over the years. His sire is world-famous Contango. He is a super well-mannered gentle giant who likes attention. Free to good home, but willing to trade if you have safe, sane, sound 14-15h draft-x pony suitable for therapy work.”

Lady Bel – Texas

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“Adoption fee waived for this sweet older mare who was probably well-trained at one time. She is great to handle on the ground and would make a wonderful pet. She would also enjoy being a companion to a lonely horse.┬áBeing fostered in Austin, TX.”

Dixie Chic – Ohio

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“LOOKING for those Natural Horsemanship Trainers, this little 3 yr. old filly is for you. Dixie Chick came from a hoarding/neglect case, she has had no handling and needs someone with experience and patience. Her first adoptive mom has taught her to lead, halter, they have even had a saddle on her, but the filly will get over whelmed and feel she needs to react by trying to bolt. So she is coming back because her adoptive mom feels she is not the person this little girl needs.”

Opportunity Curve – Ohio

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“Opportunity Curve 13 yr old 16H chestnut mare, she is an OTTB and has not been transitioned nor has she been ridden in many years. would need someone experienced. Adoption fee: $250.”

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