Available Horses

Before Adopting

We ask that if this is your first time owning a horse that you come to learn about caring for a horse and if you have a particular horse in mind that you spend time getting to know your forever companion. We want to ensure that it is a great "fit" with the horse you adopt. We also ask that if you are on this road to owning a horse that you look into and learn all you can about what is required to care for your equine friend. Horse ownership is a responsibility not to be taken lightly. Medical emergencies arise, proper nutrition, farrier care and other necessities are things that you must take into consideration.​​

Dreaming of a Horse?

"When a horse greets you with a nicker and regards you with a large and liquid eye, the question of where you want to be has been answered"

Approved application and contract required.

Thank you for looking at the horses we have for Adoption. Adopting a horse is a way to give a horse a forever home and a second chance in life. We have an adoption application process and a contract that must be signed if approved. 

Stop Light System

We have implemented an "upside down" Stop Light System for the horses in our care. 

GREEN: Horses in the Green category are horses that anyone can handle. Basically older horses  or horses with more experience, have lots of handling and can be easily lead, groomed, tied, saddled, ridden, etc

YELLOW: Horses that can be handled by those with experience who may need some supervision. Horses that do all the ground work but can at times may need desensitized to new things-things they don't know.

RED: Horses that need an experienced handler who needs to be aware the horse may have the propensity to spook. Horses that are not trained,  young, or if not worked for a period of time can be "hot" to handle or excited. 



BREED: Paint

Adoption Fee: $750

Age: 15

Chalk is a 15 yr old gelding. He has been ridden--would consider him green, but needs taken back to ground work and back into a routine. He is very easy to handle, stands for farrier, stocky build. With some time he would make a nice horse to go back on trails. Prior owner said he was ridden on trials, stands tied on picket, hobbled, loads, backs out, and he was bathed when came here.  

Chalk is back to work in the round pen, working on leg aids, lunging and needs someone who wants to exercise him back into shape and enjoy a nice horse.  

WHIZZ-Application Pending




AGE: 5

Whizz came into the facility with stifle issues due to being ridden to young. We injected him 3 times and then started him on a routine of Cannon Blast to help heal. He has come a LONG way and is back into production. 

Whizz is being taken slowly as we determine how he is handling training and then riding. He wasn't taught much and is learning cues/aids. He is very willing and does well for farrier, vet and bathing.

He is easy to handle, loves attention, has tons of personality. He needs someone who can continue his training and that is agreeable to taking it slow and not push him too hard. Allow him to develop and strengthen even more for a rider.



BREED: Rocky Spottted & QH

Adoption Fee: $750

Age: 5

Woody is 5 years old, has a story to tell—was found as a foal in the woods emaciated and alone 5 years ago. Julie says: So far he has been very willing. This guy has lots of potential! The owner told me he's half Rocky Mountain Horse and half Quarter horse. I don't know yet if he will gait, but previous riders told me that he walks out nicely and had a sweet lope. He's current on Coggins and shots, has awesome feet, and a sweetheart.

Application and contract required. If interested in visiting with Woody contact us and we will arrange.



BREED: Arabian cross

Adoption Fee: $750

Age: 10

Jazzi is a very sweet, easy to work with horse. She needs a serious FOREVER home. She was returned due to adopters circumstances and wants a permanent place to land.

She is a horse that would love to be a girly horse, loved on, and to learn more riding skills. 

STRICT NO breeding clause



BREED: Mustang

Adoption Fee: $500

Age: 3

# 6568 Bay Filly    3 year old  we have been calling her Bindi  

Captured 04/01/2015   B- NMF56

If you are interested in her and would like to come help with her training while forming a bond before adoption we highly encourage you. She will begin working more on her feet for farrier, desensitizing, lunging and anything we can do to help make her the best horse she can be!

STRICT NO breeding clause.



BREED: Paint

Adoption Fee:$500

Age: 11

Meadow was born at the facility in 2007. She was adopted out and returned in 2016. Meadow was handled from birth so is used to people, kids have lead her with supervision. Meadow needs an experienced adopter and someone who is a leader without being abusive. Meadow has times when she is "opinionated" but comes around when in a routine and worked with. 

Meadow was worked on lunging, and tacking but not backed/ridden. With the right adopter who has the time she would come around and bond with someone making a nice horse.
STRICT NO breeding clause.


BREED: Thoroughbred
Adoption Fee: $500
Age: 16

Wayne came into the facility emaciated a

BREED: Thoroughbred  
Adoption Fee: $500  
Age: 16  
Wayne came into the facility emaciated and had some wounds that have been healed. He is being re-trained. He raced and then was ridden by some who were not so kind on his mouth and back. We are working to get him used to being tacked again and may try him "bitless" to see how he does. 
​Wayne is a nice mover, would be good for Dressage or some type of event.  
​He needs someone who has time and energy to give him a job. He handles very well on the ground, does well for farrier. 


Florenzo-- GREEN

BREED: Trakehner

Adoption Fee: $750

Age: 11

We will have some updated photos and information soon!

Florenzo has been ridden in the past but with improper fitted tack. He is being restarted and worked with to make sure all tack fits and he gets used to being worked with in a good way. 



BREED: Quarter Horse

Adoption Fee: $500

Age: 11
Jinxy was told to us to have been used to move cattle. We will be backing her in to evaluate her skills. She is easy to work with and needs some time put into her to help her move even further forward.