Available Equines for Foster or Adoption
Before scheduling a time to come out, please make sure that you adhere to all adoption regulations. This is to ensure you are compatible as an adopter. All of our rescues are adoptable, but only to homes suited to care for them. All potential adopters are asked to come visit the farm and the equine, bring two references with at least one being a vet or farrier, and the address and photos of the location the equine will be housed.
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Available Horses and Ponies
Beauty - Teens - 15.3h - TB - FREE (Companion Only - Special Needs)
She loves watching movies (for real), Music truly soothes her. She lives to be with her herd (mares and geldings), and the more attention she receives, the happier this gorgeous girl is.
Beauty is exactly that, beautiful inside and out. Her personality is radiant and she is a kind soul, through and through.
Sadly, Beauty contracted EPM before arriving at our facility. Our vet believes based on her condition, that she had had it for a while untreated. But, thanks to that same, amazing vet and the love at HSF, her EPM is at a manageable level!!!! In fact, unless we told you, you may not believe she has it.
Her progress has been undeniable, and we now feel, that the right home is out there for her. Rumor has it, with another treatment or two, she may be able to be ridden. But, with a bit of management, Beauty makes the PERFECT companion or pet mare. Your heart will melt as soon as you meet her.
To schedule a time to meet this lovely lady, contact us today!
Cupid - 26 years - 15h - Reg. QH - FREE (Companion only and special dietary needs)
Cupid was our second case of emaciation. Arriving with two other horses thanks to a wonderful vet by the name of Dr. Haley Kostinas, Cupid was saved from death.
At 25 years old, we were not certain how he was going to fare. Cupid seemed to be in the worst condition of the 3 horses, and his recovery took the longest to get rolling.
Now, Cupid is doing great! While he could still use some weight, he is now packing it on like a champ despite his age! His adopter MUST be willing to follow our dietary program for him, and, enhance it if able. When he was used regularly, we are told that he was super broke! While this old guy shouldn't really be ridden now, if his adopter gets him to a better weight, who's to say that he can't take a small child on a lead line ride? He is the PERFECT introductory horse, for Cupid is gentle, kind, and sure to shoot an arrow through your heart. You will LOVE him. We certainly do.
To learn more about Cupid, or, to schedule a time to come out and meet him, please call or message the farm today!
**Please not that because of his age, Cupid's adopter must live within 15 miles of the farm.**
Honey - 10 to 15 years - Mare - 16hh - Cleveland Bay type - By Donation
Once the living description of Maj. Woodrow Call's Kiowa mare, Honey has changed her ways along with her perception of people.
She is back and ready to be your next ranch horse. Or maybe barrel horse. Trail horse? Maybe dressage horse or English Equitation. And, the mare we believe she is out of now jumps 3'+, so...
Whatever your aim is, Honey, is ready for the challenge.
NOT YET BROKEN, but progressing incredibly well, Honey was initially adopted out and sadly found her way back to us. Once a feral dragon, she now gets excited to see her people, is great to catch and work with, and thinks things through before just panicking. One thing is certain though. The more patient, and the more time you spend with her, the better this stunning mare will do.
Honey is currently being treated for ulcers (which we think were causing most of her issues). She is UTD with everything (though we will have to get another copy of her coggins from our vet) and ready to go to any facility. Honey is still wary of her back feet being done but will tolerate it. We just recommend taking your time with it.
SHE IS NOT A HORSE YOU ARE GOING TO TRAIN OVERNIGHT, but with the right attitude, she could be close in a few months. Because of this, potential adopters are welcome to work with her a few times at our farm. We want to make sure she has the right match. She has no issues or vices, is middle man on the totem pole, and goes great with geldings and mares. Not afraid of dogs or kids but can take a few days to adjust to her new surroundings.
If interested in Honey, call or message us today!