Adopt A Horse Today! Come see Chamaco
A Handsome Beginner Horse
Chamaco is ready for adoption here at Habitat for Horses. Be sure to share this post with all your friends and family – Chamaco and his HfH pals all need Forever Homes!
Chamaco is a 12 year old beginner horse. Handsome and tall at 15.3 HH, this sorrel gelding was donated to Habitat for Horses by Texas Parks and Wildlife where he was used as a trail horse but is no longer needed.
Chamaco is impressive to look at with a classic quarter horse appearance. Ready to Ride – Chamaco will stop on a dime, back up with no problems and neck reins perfectly. Call us at 409.935.0277 or email email@example.com to set an appointment at our Manvel office to view him. Our offices are open from Monday- Friday 8:00am- 4:00pm
If Chamaco is not the horse for you, Habitat for Horses has over 200 horses ready for adoption. You can learn more about adopting a horse and see more horses to adopt by going to: http://www.habitatforhorses.org/adoptions/. Many horses who come here were rehabilitated from abused and neglected homes to become fine horses to adopt. Please share our website with all your friends and family who maybe interested in adopting a horse so they can find their forever home: Habitatforhorses.org.
No Feed, No Hay and No Barn (or you happen to live outside of Texas) you can still virtually adopt Chamaco or any of the horses on our website. Simply choose a horse from Ready to Ride, Needs Training, Companion or Donkeys, Minis and more then come back here and fill in the form below. Your monthly donation will go towards keeping all our horses, donkey, minis and more happy, healthy and full rehabilitated.
All applicants MUST go through the same process that starts with the Adoption Application, then a Property Inspection, and Placement Agreement.
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Habitat for Horses is always on the lookout for a few great people at our ranches. The work is unique, the animals are special and we want folks who both know and understand the special connection our animals need.