It depends upon the individual horse and what point they are at in their training. We usually have horses in training for 3 to 9 months. The point at which a horse can be tried will depend upon the experience level of the applicant. In general, the horses that join our program are either un-started… Continue
Absolutely, we especially encourage bringing along a trainer or other horsey partner!
Please bring a well-fitted, approved riding helmet, and wear appropriate riding attire including long pants and boots with at least a 1” heel. The trainer you spoke with will provide you with individual instructions regarding the horse you’ll be riding, but please feel free to email or call if you have other questions. Don’t worry,… Continue
Unfortunately no, we require that everyone first fill out an application. We operate out of a private farm and are not open to the public- for this reason we can’t have people visit unless they have been previously scheduled. If you would like more info before filling out an application, we are always happy to… Continue
When a horse becomes available for adoption, we are typically processing a number of applicants for that horse at one time. Because our goal is always to chose the best home for each horse, we cannot operate solely on a first-come, first-served basis. We may be conducting site visits and meet-and-greets with multiple people before… Continue
HWH is interested in placing every horse into an appropriate lifelong home—it does the horse no good to be returned time and time again. HWH has invested extensive time into retraining the equines offered for adoption, and each horse will have individual requirements for an appropriate home. These include proper shelter, free choice forage and… Continue
The adoption fee is set by each individual horse’s home rescue, so we may not know what it is. Some rescues set a specific fee, while others simply request that a donation be made. If we don’t have the answer, we recommend contacting the horse’s home rescue for the most up to date info regarding… Continue
Each adoptable horse has a page on the website detailing information particular to that equine. Additional photos and information can be found on our blog, or on our facebook site, at www.facebook.com/HorsesWithHope For additional information, see the Contact Us link to send a message or give us a call. Horses With Hope makes every effort… Continue