Adopting a horse is a loving and large commitment. By adopting one of our horses, you are saving two lives; the one you adopted helps make room for another horse to come in. We believe in giving them all, a second chance in life.
We are always taking new horses into our program. There may be horses still being evaluated that are not yet available for adoption.
Courier is off to be a very very spoiled pleasure horse. At 16 and a true warhorse we couldn't have picked a better home for him.
We expected her to be pregnant due to being out with multiple jacks and sure enough a few months after being adopted this beautiful baby appeared.
Elgin Escape was adopted last year and is enjoying some much needed growing time (which he has done a lot of!) before starting his new career.
Sabrina is enjoying the spoiled life with another of our minis in northern South Carolina
Long Heir was adopted to an officer of York County Police and will be training to be a police horse. He is proving to be very brave and thinks his new job is quite fun! Check out our facebook page where you can see videos of him acting completely oblivious to sirens and smoke!
2002, TB Cross, Blind, auction
1998, Arabian cross, Auction
Thoroughbred stallion, auction.
2001, Mustang, feral, confiscation.
2002 TH cross, EPM (Buddy’s companion)
1986, Belgian Cross Draft, Mare, Auction
1997, Paso Fino Cross, G, Owner surrender, allergic to hay
1994, QH, Mare, unsound, auction
2005, one-eye, Humane Society
2001, mini horse
2006, TB, one-eyed horse.
Looking for particular horse for 2 years.
1990 Belgian, Camelot auction