Pasture Pals

Are your heart and barn feeling a little lonesome? Have you been dreaming of a new companion for your horse (or yourself)? Check out this list of horses that have completed their rehabilitation and are waiting to find their forever homes.

Though no longer sound for riding, each and every one is perfect just the way they are.

Ready to find out more?

Complete the questionnaire on the Adoption tab to take the next step.

Seattle Slew

  • Foaled: 2005
  • Sex: Gelding
  • Breed: Miniature
  • Color: Dark Bay
  • HH:

Rescue Status: Available for Adoption!

Slew arrived with his pasture mate, Henry, in November 2021. They are Pasture Pals only and we are looking to place them together. They are both curious, friendly, and super sweet. This bonded pair both walk well on leads. John Henry has no ailments that we are aware of at this time and is 15 years old. Slew is 16 and takes medication for COPD, along with his history of chronic laminitis.

John Henry

  • Foaled: 2006
  • Sex: Gelding
  • Breed: Miniature
  • Color: Grey
  • HH:
  • Rescue Status: Available for Adoption!
Henry arrived with his pasture mate, Slew, in November 2021. They are Pasture Pals only and we are looking to place them together. They are both curious, friendly, and super sweet. This bonded pair both walk well on leads. John Henry has no ailments that we are aware of at this time and is 15 years old. Slew is 16 and takes medication for COPD, along with a history of chronic laminitis.

Lou

  • Foaled: 2015
  • Sex: Gelding
  • Breed: Miniature
  • Color: Dark Bay
  • HH:

Rescue Status: Available for Adoption!

Lou arrived at RVR in Sept 2021 with his pasture mates Pretty and Princess. Princess is Lou’s dam and he is very attached to her.  It would be wonderful if they could be adopted together.

Princess

  • Foaled: 2005
  • Sex: Mare
  • Breed: Miniature
  • Color: Bay
  • HH:
  • Rescue Status: Available for Adoption!
Princess and her pasture mates, Lou and Pretty, arrived at RVR Horse Rescue in Sept 2021. Princess is a very sweet and curious mare. She is Lou’s dam and he is very attached to her. The ideal forever family for Princess and Lou would allow them to stay together.

Charo

  • Foaled: 2003
  • Sex: Mare
  • Breed: Paso Fino
  • Color: Bay
  • HH:
  • Rescue Status: Sponsor Needed. Available for Adoption.

Charo is part of the #Dream15. She’ll need devoted, patient adopters and training programs.

Conciertos Song

  • Foaled: 2005
  • Sex: Gelding
  • Breed: Thoroughbred (OTTB)
  • Color: Grey Roan
  • HH:
  • Rescue Status:  Available for Adoption. Sponsor Needed.

Conciertos Song was retired from racing after 126 starts. The barn name for this sweet-natured boy is Cheerio.

As a senior with special needs, Cheerio would make a wonderful companion for another horse and he certainly deserves to live out his final years with a loving family.

Mocha

  • Foaled: 1995
  • Sex: Mare
  • Breed: Paso Fino
  • Color:
  • HH:
  • Rescue Status: Available for Adoption!

Mocha loves to give hugs to her human friends! Mocha arrived in May 2015 as an owner surrender. She was a brood mare with no muscle mass and barely any top teeth.  Mocha is a fighter and has currently completed her rehabilitation. Now she just needs to find her forever family!

Moon

  • Foaled: 2015
  • Sex: Gelding
  • Breed: Paso Fino
  • Color:
  • HH: Pony
  • Rescue Status: Available for Adoption. Sponsor Needed

Petite Moon was originally brought to RVR Horse Rescue by a concerned citizen who had taken him in with hopes of being able to help him. He has a soft palate. She brought him to us to see what our team could do for him. The veterinarians determined surgery wasn’t an option, but Moon has adjusted to eating and drinking by his own will. Moon needs a family who’s able to handle his special needs. He can eat grass, but no hay.

Freddy

  • Foaled: 2007
  • Sex: Gelding
  • Breed: Paso Fino
  • Color: Bay
  • HH:
  • Rescue Status: Sponsored. Permanent RVR resident. Not available for adoption.

This shy, sweet boy was found, scared and emaciated, in a dog cage in someone’s back yard before he was rescued. But far from belonging in the dog house, this little gentleman takes direction very well and exhibits excellent ground manners while on walks. Still uneasy around loud and sudden movements, he has gained lots of confidence through our barn buddy program and continues to come out of his shell. Though he is unsound for riding, Freddy has made a permanent place in the hearts of many.

Ready to find out more?

Complete the questionnaire on the Adoption tab to take the next step.