Interested in Adopting?
Anyone interested in adopting one of our equine must go through our adoption process. This is a rigorous process that guarantees the best home for the equine in our care. There are many guidelines and requirements in place to ensure potential adopters can provide a suitable environment where the equine can not only stay healthy, but thrive in their new home.
We reserve the right to deny any adoption for any reason without disclosure.
& their stories
Gold's First, or Rusty, is a 23 year old OTTB pulled out of an Oklahoma kill pen just hours from being shipped for slaughter.
Mercy is a 14 year old grade. He's been used on trails.
Adanna is an OTTB that was rescued from the slaughter pipeline. She's a nervous mare, but sweet as can be.
Wrigley was found at 5 months old in a kill pen with larger horses beating up on him. He was unhandled, but our trainer has been working with him. He is now 8 months old.
Journey came to us with her baby, Crue, from a law enforcement seizure in Spartanburg County. She was very malnourished when she arrived and is believed to be pregnant again. We estimate Journey to be about 2 years old.
Zera is an upcoming 2 year old filly.
Crue came to us with her mom, Journey, from a law enforcement seizure in Spartanburg County. She was malnourished with terrible rain rot when she arrived. Now she's putting on weight and the rain rot has cleared up.
Lucy is an 8 year old owner surrender who is believed to have been a schooling horse.
Miranda was rescued from the Bostic9 starvation case. She is 7 years old and has come a long way since arriving. She is finally learning to trust again.