in the Saddle Horse Adoption
Back in the Saddle Horse Adoption, Inc (BITS) is an all
volunteer 501 (c) (3) non profit organization dedicated
to helping horses in need and horses destined for slaughter.
Horse Race Adoption
Mid-Atlantic Horse Rescue is a divison of Paws for Life,
Inc., a Federal 501(c)3, that buys slaughter bound ex-racehorses
and adopts them into good homes where they can start a new
Horse Adoption Search
The Midwest Horse Welfare Foundation is dedicated to providing
qualified homes for any horse in need. It is our goal to
make certain that every horse placed in our care is provided
with all the necessary ingredients for a safe and happy
life, and that it is also protected from those who would
do it harm.
Bureau of Land
Congress finds and declares that wild free-roaming horses
and burros are living symbols of the historic and pioneer
spirit of the West; (and) that they contribute to the diversity
of life forms within the Nation and enrich the lives of
the American people
Wild horse advocates fear the free-roaming legends of the
West might vanish from the ranges within five years if the
federal government continues to round them up, as they've
done in Red Rock Canyon.
We are a full service rescue and rehabilitation facility
for sick and/or injured horses.
HORSE of Connecticut adopts horses to residents of the following
areas: Connecticut, eastern New York, western Rhode Island,
and western Massachusetts.
The Humane Society of New York is pleased to have a carriage
horse adoption program. If you can provide a home for a
retired carriage horse, please let us know. If you have
a carriage horse who you wish to retire, we are waiting
to hear from you.
American Standardbred Adoption Program, Inc. was founded
in 1994 by a small group of dedicated individuals and professionals
who saw a need for a placement service for non-racing Standardbreds.
ReRun Inc. is a 501(c)(3) non-profit Thoroughbred adoption
program whose mission is to help ex-racehorses find a second
Providing a home for a wild horse or burro is a challenging
and rewarding experience. For qualified individuals, this
is a unique opportunity to care for, and eventually own,
a "Living Legend" -- a symbol of American history -- a wild
horse or burro.