Welcome to Habitat For Horses!|Sunday, March 29, 2015



Maggie Changes HFH’s Direction A couple of weeks ago I attended a Horse Abuse Investigator’s Workshop, held by the Humane Society of the United States. The workshop was held at HSUS’s Wildlife Landtrust at Meadowcreek, Arkansas, far back in the Ozark Mountains. Covering everything from crime scene investigation to barn management, the four days provided Full Article

Twizzle’s Story

Update Dec 2012 Hundreds of horses pass through the gates of Habitat for Horses in any given year, each of them holding a special story and each deserving the ...Full Article


Saying goodbye to Rooster Some horses are people horses. They never do well in herds, don’t have any desire to stand side by side with another horse and had ...Full Article


There are times when I have to restrain myself, when it takes everything I have to stay within the limits of the law. Pulling up to a pasture this ...Full Article


Amigo Amigo must have been an incredible horse. A dun with a long, black mane and tail, black feet and the dark line down his back. He stood tall ...Full Article


Nicole finds love “There’s something about kids and horses,” is an often heard statement in the horse world. Kids and innocence, kids and hope, kids and the belief in ...Full Article


Scooby, the Mystery Horse Scooby walked up to someone’s house during one of the most rainy periods we’ve seen in this area. He was soaked, his hair was a ...Full Article


Shadow, September 8, 2001 Shadow came to us September 8th. She spent the last 17 days at the county pens, as required by law, waiting for her owner to ...Full Article

Hope – “…with every beat of your heart”

The Story of Hope, April 17, 2001 I’ve never become hardened to the pain and suffering of horses, but I’ve become wiser, knowing there is no limit to what ...Full Article


Rose, August 11, 2003 She came to us the last week in April of 2003 – old, thin, missing one eye, scared – from an owner that could no ...Full Article