Are Arabian horses available for adoption?
Arabian horses for adoption are usually surrendered by their previous owners because of change in lifestyle, a lack of financial ability to maintain a horse, or the owner needs to find the Arabian horse a companion. Horse rescues work very hard to make sure horses are healthy and polite with people before being made available for adoption.
Is it possible to volunteer with an Arabian horse?
Arabian horses Rescues and general horse recuses need volunteers, and this is an excellent way to understand what kind of horse temperament is best for you. You’ll also quickly become very knowledgeable about Arabian horse care, while satisfying your desire to enjoy time with Arabian horses.
How do I contact the Secretariat Center for adoption?
Please see our Adoption FAQs or contact us at 859-246-3080 or [email protected] **Horses with an * beside their name on this page are currently ELIGIBLE for the 2022 THOROUGHBRED MAKEOVER.**
Can Arabian horses be confined in a barn?
Confining an Arabian horse to a small area where he can’t move around can lead to many behavior and health problems. So where ever you keep your horse, make sure that both the barn, pastures and especially the fencing are safe, well-maintained, with plenty of room to move around – and that they have a horse friend or two!
How old is broke broke Arabian mare?
Broke, grade,10 years old, 15H, black bay, got her as a rescue now she’s healthy, sound, full of spunk and in need of a more experienced home. Ties, loads… Phayth is an exquisitely beautiful and typey Senior purebred Arabian mare looking for her forever home!
How old is Remi the Arabian gelding?
Remi is a very sweet, 7-year-old (vet-aged) 14.1hh Arabian gelding. He is UTD on shots, Coggins, deworming, and had his teeth floated in August. He has… Mike is a stunning gelding who would LOVE to be in his forever home for the holidays!