Look whats new on Habitat for Horses

Nora

We have been updating our individual horse biography pages! This is a work in progress, but you will notice that the horses that came to Habitat for Horses from that horrific Galveston Island seizure earlier this year are now being placed for adoption after spending the last several months rehabilitating. Our trainers are working to evaluate each of them thoroughly – this is no easy task!

Adoptable horses on our website are divided into 4 categories and displayed alphabetically on each page so you can find them with ease. Be sure to bookmark your favorite horses and share their pages on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

Here are 4 horses category pages:

Rideable – These horses can be ridden. The experience level of the rider needed will be noted on the horse’s individual biography page if it is known.

nora

Nora being worked with by a trainer at Habitat for Horses – she is a great example of a ride-able horse.


Trainable / Unevaluated – These horses need training before they can be ridden or they are un-evaluated in their ability to ride.

Trace - adoptable gray mare

Trace is a very pretty example of a trainable / un-evaluated horse.


Companion – These horses cannot be ridden due to age or infirmary. They will make wonderful companions to your other horses!

flounder

Flounder has arthritis so he cannot be ridden. However he is an excellent example of a companion horse.


Donekys & Minis – These are donkeys, mules, and minis – all wonderful companions needing forever homes.

Teri is a cute, kid-friendly donkey - a perfect example of a donkey!

Teri is a cute, kid-friendly donkey – a perfect example of a donkey!

Learn more about adopting a horse: http://www.habitatforhorses.org/adoptions/ and of course you can call our offices to find out more about any horse on the website: Phone: Local: 409-935-0277 | Toll Free: 866-434-5737. Our Office Hours: 8:00am – 4:00pm CDT Monday – Friday.

AUTHOR: Amber Barnes
1 Comment
  • Callie

    Wonderful Rehab for all! I specialize in Rehabbing off track and abused Horses as well as Dogs, Cats and sometimes Wolves. The Wolves are Neutered Males and are dumped at the Dog Pound. I will always take a Wolf as they are kind, quiet and are always Omegas.

    CD

    July 7, 2015