Welcome to Habitat For Horses!|Sunday, May 24, 2015

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Mini Horses Visit New York City to Land TV Deal

Personally I think our own adoptable mini menagerie would make fine stars on Broadway. I would not put them through that though. I can only imagine the lights and noises of a Broadway stage as being really scary to most country horses. Heck it would terrify me. Unlike the minis in this article, you can Full Article

What about burros or donkeys? What use are they?

A friend of mine knows I work with Habitat for Horses on their website asked me this question a while back – “Why adopt a donkey?”. I just about ...Full Article

Are you looking for a beginning rider / kid’s horse? Meet Billy

If you live in South-East Texas (or are a Texan who has a trailer and doesn’t mind the drive) and are looking for a wonderful pleasure riding horse for ...Full Article

Roy Exum: Who Is This Barbarian?

The title of the article should be “Who is this criminal?” although barbarian fits as well. The McConnell brothers are well known “Big Lick” horse abusers in the state ...Full Article

Meet Catalina

Habitat for Horses has plenty of wonderful horses to adopt – some need training, most need one on one time with someone who knows how to ride and will ...Full Article

Nutrition-Related Problems: Moldy Corn Poisoning

Texas is known for its hot weather. With all these spring rains that means mold – especially in areas around the Gulf Coast. Moldy feed is bad for our ...Full Article

Habitat for Horse’s Adoption Appreciation Day was a success!

The staff and volunteers of Habitat for Horses did a fantastic job creating a special day for our horse adopters. It was feared that the morning’s storms would keep ...Full Article

Happy Sunday Morning Ya’ll

The big event – Habitat for Horse’s First Annual Adoption Appreciation Day is now over. We, the staff and volunteers, here at Habitat for Horses had a great time ...Full Article

Couple and their donkeys trek across Colorado for veterans

Burros and horses make fantastic therapy animals. Wounded warrior projects through the United States use Equine Assisted Therapy as part of their program. As long as these donkeys are ...Full Article

Calling All Habitat for Horse’s Adopters!

Hear Ye! Hear Ye! Anyone who has adopted a Habitat for Horse’s donkey, horse, mule, mini – any equine – if you did not RSVP yet for tomorrow’s First ...Full Article