Sound Horses

Looking for your next equine friend? These gorgeous horses have all been proven sound and are ready to find their forever homes. Scroll down and see which of our rehabilitated rescues warms your heart!

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Return the Sugar

  • Name: Return The Sugar
  • Foaled: 2019
  • Sex: Mare
  • Breed: Thoroughbred (OTTB)
  • Color: Chestnut
  • HH: 16.1
  • Disciplines: Pleasure, light trail riding only
  • Rescue Status: Sponsored to Adopt. Adoption process is currently underway.

Sugar arrived to RVR on April 29, 2022 after retiring from the track. She had surgery to remove a chip from her left knee. Sugar completed her stall rest and is receiving some basic training.

Louie (Alfred the Great)

  • Foaled: 2016
  • Sex: Gelding
  • Breed: Thoroughbred
  • Color: Bay
  • HH: 15.3
  • Disciplines: Light Trail Riding
  • Rescue Status: Sponsored to Adopt. Adoption process is underway.
Louie arrived at RVR in March of 2022. He has fully recovered from the injury to his fetlock. He has been cleared for light trail riding only. Louie requires a paddock with a more solid foundation vs thick sand. He will make a wonderful companion to someone who enjoys nice easygoing trail rides.

Pizano

  • Foaled: 2011
  • Sex: Gelding
  • Breed: Paso Fino
  • Color: Bay
  • HH:
  • Rescue Status: Sponsor Needed. Available for Adoption.

Pizano is one of our #Dream15 geldings. He came to us in 2018 when the ASPCA confiscated 51 horses from a large neglect case. Out of the 51 horses, RVR took in 15 of them to rehabilitate and rehome. Pizano is a sweet boy that will need a devoted and experienced handler.

Mito

  • Foaled: 2011
  • Sex: Gelding
  • Breed: Paso Fino
  • Color: Dark Bay
  • HH:
  • Rescue Status: Sponsor Needed. Available for Adoption.


Mito is one of our #Dream15 horses. He came to us in 2018 when the ASPCA confiscated 51 horses in a neglect case. RVR took in 15 of them to rehabilitate and rehome. Mito is the most nervous of them all. He will require a patient and experienced handler and training.