We hope you are having a lovely Easter Day. After church, there is the meal lovingly made for everyone to share. In many homes, the Easter Bunny made a visit, hiding Easter Eggs around the yard for all the kids to find. The Easter Bunny stopped by here, the horses were busily eating the carrots left for them – we didn’t even have time to take a picture!
In celebration of the season, we have donned a few of our adoptable horses with some cute bunny ears and a mini with a bunny nose – Photoshop only – no horses were made to actually put them on.
Chino is a stunning sorrel gelding. He stands just a bit more than 15 hands, has a calm, gentle personality – he has a sight problem with his right eye – our trainers have been working with him on the issue. He would make a great pleasure horse for someone who is a very experienced rider. And he is adoptable now!
Find out more and how to adopt Chino by clicking here.
Cooper is the most cutest mini-paint you will ever see. One look at those big brown eyes, and you will fall in love. He would make a great addition to any family!
A finer looking sorrel Quarter Horse you will never see! Choctaw actually had a news article on his story in the Galveston Daily News. He came to Habitat with several other horses, severely underweight. Now he is a handsome fellow, ready to ride and looking for a new home! Here is being ridden by Smokey Culver – a nationally known Cowboy Poet and Habitat for Horses advocate/volunteer.