Standardbreds Available For Adoption


9-year-old Bay Mare

Courageous is 15.3 hands, sound, and eager to find her forever home. She was too slow to race and her owner wanted her to have a safe new home. She has done well with her training under saddle, stands for the farrier, has good ground manners, has performed in the show ring, and has miles of trail rides, including Acadia. She is loved by all who know her and looks forward to her new home for years of adventures! Adoption fee: $750


Feisty Baran

16-year-old Bay Gelding

Baran is a 16-year-old, 15.1 hand, bay gelding. He raced until he had to retire at 14, winning over a quarter of a million dollars. He is just beginning his training at Horses With Hope in Hope, Maine, who is partnering with us as a foster home. Keep looking for Facebook updates as his training progresses. Donation: $600.

Ms. Lynette

15-year-old Bay Mare

Lynette is a 15-year-old 15.2 hand mare. She raced until a couple of years ago. This pretty mare has been in our program for only a few weeks and has taken to her new job easily. She is learning her balance in the arena and has already been out exploring on the trail. She will be up-to-date on everything for her potential new owner. She has been turned out with others. If you are looking for a nice willing mare, come see this girl. Donation fee: $700.



14-year-old Bay Gelding

This big gelding is impressive in all ways. At 15.3 hands and big-bodied, this is a horse that turns heads. He just stopped racing weeks ago, finishing with a win. At the age of 14, his owner opted to give him a chance for a forever pleasure home instead of finishing the season. This guy won over half a million dollars and has earned his retirement. He is just starting his retraining and seems very willing and straight-forward. He will be under saddle soon. If you are looking for a big solid gelding, this is the guy for you. Donation: $600.


Pembroke Art

7-year-old Bay Gelding

Art is the youngster of the group. Arriving this week, this big handsome gelding is getting settled in. At 16 hands and 7 years old, this horse is an impressive guy. He will be beginning his evaluation and basic training so keep a watch out for him. Donation: $600.


Adoption fees start at $500 and are driven by expenses incurred while retraining, transporting, housing, and providing medical care for the horse.

Help us save one Standardbred at a time! Donate, volunteer, or adopt to assist us reclaim, retrain, and re-home Standardbreds in need.

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