Potential adopters are encouraged to go on multiple trail rides in order to develop a partnership with their new horse companions.> Read More
Patti Shirley’s extensive and tireless work with racehorses began innocently enough, a trip with a friend to a racehorse sale, just to scout it out. Dale, her husband, had zero interest in horses, but that wouldn’t prove to be the case for long. “He warned me not to come home with a horse,” Patti chuckles. However, when Doc Sweet Surprise came up for auction, she just knew she had to have him> Read More
The Good Shepherd Ranch takes in any horse, regardless of age, breed or level of training. “We take in neglected or unwanted horses that simply need a new home or a new purpose,” explains Francesca. The care shown to every animal and human that finds themselves at the ranch is the cornerstone of The Good Shepherd Ranch mission. “You can often see the soul of a man by the way he treats animals and other people,” say the founders.> Read More
Once Kim Meahger and her two children, Nick and McKay, found out about the plight of homeless horses in America in 1995, they knew they could help. In 2000, after five years of rescuing horses privately, Kim received non-profit status for Wildhorse Ranch Rescue in order to save more horses from death, abuse and neglect...> Read More
Consider upgrading to a horse trailer with living quarters to enhance horse bonding and family fun time!
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