Healing Horses

Sometimes when we rescue horses, they can be part of a cruelty seizure, possibly abandoned and neglected, and a lot of times they are just unwanted. We try to find out what they know, as far as whether they can be ridden or possible behavior issues. Most times we can only guess.

These horses are not yet available for adoption.  They may still be part of a legal consideration or are still under careful care to bring them back to good health so they can be a rewarding addition to their new home.

If you would like to help support one of these animals while they are healing, you can Sponsor a Horse.

Or, we have other animals that are currently Available for Adoption.  Giving a home to any of our animals helps us save funds that can then be used towards the animals that require greater care.


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All of our horses are healthy and waiting to find their forever home!

Give one a home today!


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4 Responses

  1. nancy doty
    nancy doty March 5, 2014 at 4:14 am | | Reply

    Roy is an awesome little boy loves to ride cant do heat star loves barrels experincedrider casey is not rideable he has bad feet and legs he was a rodeo horse rode to hard to long loves treats roy does also te is an awesome ride does english or western ziggy cant be riden he was rescued from the race track these horses are awesome please be sweet to them may god watch over ya all and keep you safe love nancy

  2. nancy doty
    nancy doty March 5, 2014 at 4:17 am | | Reply

    Te and Ziggy are very hard to keep weight on they are high maintenance

  3. Brianna Lovell
    Brianna Lovell November 2, 2017 at 9:41 pm | | Reply

    Its been a while since the last time I sent something to this rescue. I adopted Amy and Roy about 10 years ago with my family. Since then about 8 years ago, Roy sadly had to be laid to rest due to asthma complications that winter. Amy was so lonely for a while. Sadly enough in 2016 we made the decision to lay Amy to rest. She would have been 29 this year, and I am so glad we adopted her. She may have been a pain, and not too nice at times, but she gave me some of my first, and best experiences as a horse owner. I remember the day I picked her out of the AHHR barn. There was something about the older bay mare I couldn’t let be. Amy now is buried in one of her favorite spots in our pasture. These two horses were the beginning of a long time of loving horses. Thank you for all the work you do at AHHR. Even if some of the horses never leave the property, they at least for a small part in their life were given a second chance.

    1. Kristin Brown
      Kristin Brown January 4, 2018 at 6:51 pm | | Reply

      Thank you so much for keeping in touch. They all certainly have their own personalities! We are very grateful for supporters like you, who understand that sometimes there’s more to it. I’m glad you were able to give them a loving home until the end. I will share your kind message with the rest of the group. Thank you!

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