As part of our mission here at Hobby Horse Hill, we rescue wanted and mistreated horses bound for slaughter. We also take owner surrender to prevent good horses ending up at auction. Our goal is to rehabilitate these animals and find them new jobs. We try to find new permanent homes where appropriate. Here you can find some of our success stories and some available adoptions.
Our Success Stories
Beauty is a 20 hand Clydesdale who was donated by owners who couldn’t keep her. She is very loving and gentle, and was adopted by a woman who loves draft horses. Beauty now lives on a farm with many acres of grass for her to graze, and a friend to ride her.
Bubba was a Belgian rescued from a slaughter auction. His sweet nature led him to a family with kids who use him to pull a wagon as part of a team.
Joe is a Haflinger/Walker cross that we rescued from a slaughter auction. He did not trust people at first, but with some patients and love Joe came around and was adopted by a family with two little girls.
Twinkle was an auction rescue who was very friendly. However, he was too small for our programs and so we found a family with children.
Jack and Jill
Jack and Jill are a pair of Haflingers that were donated in lieu of sending them to auction. Jack was adopted by a family with young children as their first pony. Jill was adopted for her gentleness by an older woman looking for a company during an illness.
Horses for Adoption
Sparky is a Tennessee Walker looking for a home with a light workload or as a pasture pet.
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