Rescued horses, after being gently cared for, brought back to health, evaluated for soundness, manners and overall adoptability are then listed here as being ready for adoption. Care is taken to describe each horse as to his or her best suited home life. Some horses are easily ridden while others may be best suited as barn buddies. Others can be adopted but need additional training to become true pleasure or even great show horses. Take your time as you browse through the photos and descriptions of all these wonderful animals.
Recently rescued equines are listed at the end of the adoptable horses list. Their adoptability is yet to be determined and will be updated as additional information is available. To obtain additional information, please submit an adoption application. (See applications\adoption applications.) Thank you for considering an HWH equine.
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BOUJIE – ADOPTION PENDING, is an absolutely lovely mare and ready for her new home. She is a beautiful, kind, sweet four-year-old Quarter horse with extensive groundwork. She is 14hh, and a beautiful Dun color. She will make a wonderful family or child’s horse for years to come. An additional month of board and training is included in her adoption fee, which helps us help more horses!
KIBO came to us as an unhandled stallion who was terribly emaciated. It has been a long road to bring him back to health. From starving and an out of control stud to a mild mannered boy under saddle. He has been trained with both groundwork and under saddle. Kibo will need a smaller, but experienced rider, to walk him through the finishing of his training. He is most likely a Paso or Paso cross.
Isabella is a beautiful Thoroughbred/Warmblood cross. She is approximately 16.1hh and is a sweet girl. She stands well for the farrier and is eager to please.
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