Welcome to Habitat For Horses!|Friday, March 6, 2015

Rescue Stories

“Unto you, a child is born….”

We pulled her from the pasture a few days ago for no reason other than she seemed to not be acting quite herself. She’d been at the ranch about six months, brought in from a seizure involving six other donkeys. Sometimes, when the stalls are full, we just let them hang around the barn. They Full Article

Parks and Wildlife Horses Arrive

After a negotiated agreement was reached last week with the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, two of our folks took off to Big Bend State Park, just a few ...Full Article

On Being Like a Child

Back a zillion years ago the “ranch” existed in my backyard. At one point we had around 30 horses behind the house, and about half that many volunteers on ...Full Article

Hoof Prints in the Sand

Like car wrecks and calls from Aunt Bertha, they seem to come in groups of threes; unrelated, from different places, yet they share the same physical problems. Yesterday it ...Full Article

Where have all the flowers gone?

The morning started out with a feeling of success. Two horses from the auction at Texas A&M were being picked up, both to be brought to the ranch to ...Full Article

Buck and Ramona: A Case Study

Why Choose a Rescue Horse? Together We Prevail Background I went to the habitat with the intention of helping and healing horses in need. When my day there drew ...Full Article

Feather and Lauren: A Case Study

Why Choose a Rescue Horse? Feather’s Story… In the summer of 2007, 4 pasture mates were found in an area of the beautiful and peaceful landscape of the Texas ...Full Article