Horses for Adoption
It is our goal to find "forever" homes for our horses. It is very important that they are matched with the right owner and will be suitable for the job you expect them to do. We prefer that you visit the prospective adoptee three times before you take them home. However, we understand that if you are coming from a long distance it may not be practical. Thus, we will work to ensure the process is as smooth as possible and that you and the horse are a good match.
Requirements to adopt a horse:
- References - Yes, we do check
- Good Fencing - We don't consider a barbed wire fence appropriate for horses.
- Training - If you are adopting a young horse, we expect you to have the training skills needed to take the horse along to a valued member of your family. If using a trainer, we must also approve that trainer.
Once you have been approved to adopt and take your horse home, you are required to send us updates for six months. At the end of six months you will receive a brand inspection. If, within that time, you find that we did not find a good match for you, please return the horse to the Rescue.
To start the process, please contact us.
Spring Creek Rescued Horses for Adoption
Please note that this list may not be complete and we may have horses that are currently undergoing rehabilitation that will be ready to adopt soon. Feel free to contact us at any time to enquire about other horses or to be placed on our waiting list.
Tara is a three-year-old warm blood filly. She will turn gray as she gets older. She has a very lady like disposition and classy movement. She has some ring bone in her LR from an injury as a baby so she shouldn't jump. She does have full extension and movement with no pain. Note: Tara has gone home with our trainer until Spring of 2014. She will be available for adoption at that time.
Stormy is a four-year-old Bay, Doc O Lena filly. She is quiet and shy. She is started under saddle and doing great.
Lightning is a four-year-old, Poco Bueno, Sorrel filly. Lightning is very outgoing and brave, and has a strong personality. She will go anywhere and do anything. She is started under saddle.
Bella is a six-year-old Liver Spotted Appaloosa filly. She is touchy about her face and needs to wear a fly mask to protect her from the sun. She is high energy but sensible and mature.
Pacino is a seven-year-old Sorrel Gelding, wide blaze/3 whites. He will only mature to 14+ HH due to malnutrition but he has a stocky quarter build and an all-boy personality. He is started under saddle and doing well.
Jack is a six-year-old Bay Bar/N Gelding. He is quiet, peaceful, and started under saddle.
Tori is a six-year-old, Paso/Mustang mare. She is started under saddle. She is very insecure but learning to trust. She needs an experienced and patient handler to finish her training.
Chico is a nice older black TB gelding, EASY to get along with, light riding, very safe. He needs a home where he can get lots of love.
Bill is a 3 year old QH that had an injury to his left hind pastern as a baby. He has had surgery and it didn't take. He will make a nice walk/trot for a youngster, working on hard soil seems to irritate the injury, great in soft ground.
Rosie is a 21 year old paint mare. She looks and acts fantastic for her age! She is 15.1 hands and about 1100 lbs. She is very sweet. She has had only 2 owners in her life and has had four colts. She was trained in Western Pleasure and is good in the arena. She prefers not to ride on trails, but likes to ride roadside. She has also ridden in a parade. She is hackamore trained - has never used a bit. She has also been ridden with a rope halter.
Rosie has squamous cell carcinoma on the flesh around her left eye. Her eyesight is not effected. She is being treated with Chinese Herbs and the upper part of the carcinoma has healed. She also has a small lump under her chin which has not been diagnosed.
Bug is a 23-year-old Sorrel Appendix mare. She needs a rider with a bit of experience. She has lots of energy.