Thank you for considering adoption! The following equine are available for adoption. If you have found one that you would like more information on or are wanting to adopt please fill out our adoption form.
Gumball is a black and white, gelded Spotted Saddle Horse. He is approximately 4 years old. He will need an experienced handler.
Icy is an 8 year old Tennessee Walking Horse mare. She knows how to lead, load, tie and did beautifully for the farrier. She has not been evaluated under saddle yet but since she came to us with shoes on we think that she may ride.
Jam is an 8 month old colt Tennessee Walking Horse. He is castrated and ready to grow up at his forever home.
Juno is a 17 year old Quarter Horse mare. She came to Horse Haven 3 months ago and has made beautiful strides toward recovery. She will be a peaceful companion animal once she is ready to be released from our care.
Adoption Pending!! Margaery is a 25 year old Quarter Horse mare. She stands for the farrier, ties, and leads. She is a beautiful mover. Margaery is also a good boss mare, who will keep your herd inline. Not yet evaluated under saddle but we are trying to get her evaluated as soon as weather and time permit.
Adoption Pending!! Mini Cooper is heading to his forever home in April 2018.
Moxie is a stunning 15 year old Tennessee Walking Horse that came to us during a severe bout of laminitis. She is a fighter and has made it to the point where she is pasture sound. Since laminitis will be a life long struggle for her, Moxie will require special care that includes being kept on a dry lot 24/7 all year long and her hay needs to be soaked daily to remove the high sugar content. She is a companion horse only and will never be able to be ridden because of damage that has been done to her feet. She is looking for a home where she can just relax for the rest of her life and enjoy your company.
Myrcella is an 8 month old Quarter Horse filly. This little lady is precious and ready for her forever home.
Adoption Pending!! Osha is a 15 year old Quarter Horse mare. She leads, and stands for the farrier. Not evaluated under saddle yet.