Thank you Willie Nelson and Habitat for Horses
Tara Roy recently took possession of her rescued horses from Willie Nelson’s ranch:
“OMG!!!!!! Just got Medicine Man and Accidental Outlaw, they are sooooo beautiful!!!!!! They were a little wild when we picked them up but are calming down nicely here at the house. Will send pictures soon. Just wanted to thank you for helping us get them.
WOW, now I have the horses of my dreams and the best looking paints in the county!!!!! THANK YOU HABITAT FOR HORSES!!!!!!!!!”
If you have room in your home or heart for a beautiful paint, you can see pictures of Willie Nelson’s signature paint horses available for adoption and get more information at Habitat for Horses Website here.
Not many know of a very special place called Luck, Texas. It’s a spot on the map outside Austin where many horses rescued from various ordeals, situations, abuse and neglect by Habitat for Horses have been offered the opportunity to reside on a peaceful ranch nestled in the Texas Hill Country. Here they live free of their respective traumas at the home of an American Icon… Mr. Willie Nelson, a Country Music Legend. Mr. Nelson and his daughter, Amy, have long been lovers of horses as well as faithful supporters for the rights of horses. Mr. Nelson has graciously offered his home, a stunningly beautiful ranch in the Texas Hill Country as a safe haven for some of God’s most amazing creations.
Through the diligent efforts of Mr. Nelson, his daughter Amy, and Habitat for Horses, more than 70 of the horses rescued throughout the years by Habitat for Horses have been able to call his beautiful ranch their home. Here they have healed in body, mind and spirit and have flourished beyond our greatest expectations. Now a rare few are ready for their very own forever loving home with a family to train them and allow them to become their best friend.
Habitat for Horses is a 501.c.3 nonprofit equine protection organization supported solely by donations. We have around 200 donkeys and horses under our care, plus one ornery, old mule. Most of them are here because law enforcement removed them from their previous owner. Our ability to rehabilitate and rehome them comes from the financial support of people like you. Please support us by making a donation for the horses we all serve. Click HERE to donate