If you are interested in adopting a horse, please complete an Adoption Application found HERE and contact us!
Amadorable is a 15.1 hand, 16 year old registered Quarter Horse mare. Dora does have heaves and requires daily meds to keep her breathing under control. Dora has been ridden regularly by our volunteers and does well. She would love to find someone to trail ride with.
Dora's adoption fee is $200.
Contact us if you are interested in adopting Dora!
Are you looking for your next trail partner? Princess Buttercup is a 7 year old, 15.1 hand, Arab/Saddlebred mare with a gentle personality, she can be a bit reserved about people initially. She is green in her training and is still developing her steering aids, but is very comfortable under saddle. Butter goes English or western. She walks, trots, canters, and has been started over small cross rails. She is great on the trail, she can lead but prefers to follow, and does not mind being left behind. Butter is a safe horse and does not buck or rear. She also ponies off of other horses and has long lining training for anyone interested in driving. Butter would make a fabulous trail horse but could also show or fox hunt.
Princess Buttercup's adoption fee is $750.
Contact us if you are interested in adopting Princess Buttercup!
Split is a handsome 18yo OTTB gelding, 16hh, rescued from Peaceable Farm. Split is an absolute gentleman looking for a home as a light riding horse or companion horse. He is polite and easy and keeps easily on good grass (or a small amount of grain). He requires front shoes, but no medication or special care.
Split's adoption fee has been waived.
Please contact North Garden Equestrian Center (his foster home) at (434) 882-1841 if you would like to meet Split!
Hunter is a Peaceable Farms survivor who is ready to find his forever home. He is a 12yo OTTB gelding, 15.3hh. Hunter walks trots and canters and will jump small jumps, but his favorite thing is to hit the trails. He will go out alone or in a group. He goes best with front shoes but can be barefoot and requires only a small amount of grain (probably none if your grass is better than ours) and no medications. Hunter is a little sensitive to getting mixed signals (no vices or dangerous behavior, just gets a little stressed and hollow when dealing with uneducated hands), so he would be happiest with an intermediate rider. We have several junior riders who have ridden him in and out of the ring and enjoyed him! He's easy to handle and has been kept with mares and geldings with no problems.
The only physical issue we have found with this sweet boy is that his back was stiff after his ordeal at PF. He responded well to chiropractic adjustments and his looking for a rider to help him build some new muscle in his top line.
If you have room in your four-legged family for Hunter, please contact Ellie at North Garden Equestrian Center (his foster home) to set up a time to see him. (434) 882-1841.
His adoption fee will be waived to help him find his forever home!