Due to the fact that RVR Horse Rescue cannot take in all horses, we have designed this courtesy listing as a place to post horses looking for good homes. RVR does not guarantee the health, soundness, or temperament of the horses posted below. These horses have not been evaluated by a RVR Horse Rescue representative. RVR Horse Rescue is not responsible for the details listed with each horse, and it does not have knowledge of the horse owner’s credentials.
Please contact the owner directly.
Horses will remain listed on the rehoming network for 3 months.
From the owner:
Sauce is a 9 year old OTTB broke to ride has her lead changes. Very very good mare. She’s quiet and willing. She’s very sweet and just wants to be loved. I rescued her but I can no longer keep her. The lady at my barn wants to take her to a sale. It’s urgent she finds a home ASAP.
From the owner:
Destinee is approximately 18 years old to 22 years old. We took her in 3 years ago to help her due to her poor condition as a rescue. We have no former history. She is now 200 pounds heavier and hooves in good shape. My daughter was hoping she was going to be a diamond in the rough so to speak; however, she still has weakness in her rear –end. She still goes lame when lightly ridden a couple times a week. We just had x-rays done of front legs – there is some slight navicular changes on the left front but no evidence of laminitis and she has adequate sole depth. She does not need shoes as the changes are very, very minimum. The vet would like to see her on a supplement to see if her muscle can improve in her rear end so we will be doing that for her. She has been deemed pasture sound and loves to be turned out. She is good around dogs. We took her to Georgia during the hurricane with a friend’s mare and they were on 5 acres of grass together loving life for 5 days. She was so happy and we would love for her to enjoy life and not be kept stall bound. She is not dominant but not totally submissive either. She is currently turned out after breakfast until dinner feeding so only stalled at night but she prefers to be out or able to go in and out. We do not have our own property so we have to board and at this time I am unable to afford the board and adequate care for 2 horses; especially if a large vet bill occurs. We are willing to help pay costs for feed, hay, farrier, and vet if someone can give her a good home and care for her. We would also like to come see her and have a no sale contract on her if you could not keep her for any reason, she would need to come back to us.
Sue Hawkins Phone: 727-798-4825 Email: email@example.com