Horses Needing a Home

As a Rescue we are approached daily by horse owners that no longer have the room, the time, or the money to continue to care for a horse that has been a part of their family.  We would love to be able to take in each and every one of these cases, but we must remain focused on our mission of rescuing horses from cruel and inhumane conditions.

In an effort to help these families find a new home for their loved one, we will be posting a listing here of horses in search of a new family.  If you are interested having your horse shown in this listing, please click here to fill out the required information that must be submitted.

Please be aware that Angels Haven Horse Rescue has not visited any of the following listings, cannot vouch for the accuracy of the provided information, nor does a listing imply an endorsement for purchase.  We are providing this listing as a service only.

Jose and Tango

“Jose” – a sorrel quarter horse; approximately 30 yrs old; ridden regularly, both English and Western; used for once-a-week adult riding lesson.

“Tango” – a Palomino large pony; approximately 25 yrs old; green broke……needs to be worked with and is Jose’s “best buddy” (they are barn mates). Due to health issues in the family we cannot take care of him anymore, and looking for a loving home. Currently located in Medina. Contact : Kari DiDonato 803.810.4992 kari.matt.didonato@sbcglobal.net

Posting date November 18, 2013

Pook

Pook is a large paint pony; approximately 15 yrs old; nice disposition, and has been ridden and worked with…just not in the last several years. Due to health issues in the family we cannot take care of him anymore, and looking for a loving home. Currently located in Medina. Contact : Kari DiDonato
803.810.4992 kari.matt.didonato@sbcglobal.net

Posting date November 18, 2013

A Misty Kid

A Misty Kid – 2002 AQHA mare, green broke By The Finest Kid …. Kid clu breeding. A very personable mare. Was shown halter at open and aqha shows. Contact: tricia_seubert@icloud.com

Posting date November 18, 2013

Raps Divine Leaguer

Raps Divine Leaguer – 2002 double registered AQHA APHA stallion, somewhat special needs. Had a double colic surgery at Ohio State and had 70 percent of large intestine removed. Does best on free choice pasture, has be…en bred. It was not suggested to geld him, as he shouldn’t undergo surgery. See congress pictures when he was shown….traveled all around the country, point earner. Respectful for an aged stallion. LL SIMPLY DIVINE (see posting below) is one of his offspring. Contact: tricia_seubert@icloud.com

Posting date: November 18, 2013

Sweet Golden Leaguer

Sweet Golden Leaguer – Reserve world champion aged mare great broodmare. Was green broke and ridden, but not lately. Very sweet , very easy keeper. Contact tricia_seubert@icloud.com

Posting date November 18, 2013

LL Simply Divine

LL Simply Divine – 2006 mare double registered AQHA. APHA Was shown at futurities as a weanling. Placed top ten at Ohio quarter horse futurity. Started our family when she was a yearling and haven’t done much with her. Not broke. Contact : tricia_seubert@icloud.com

Posting date November 18, 2013

Candy

Candy is a red quarter horse white design on head, 9 years old, she is about 14 1/2 hands she was a western pleasure horse, she is perfect except for her asthma. I bought her for my son – I wanted a horse that we didn…’t have to chase, she comes to you when you walk out, she has been pushed around by all other horses and she runs she never defends herself, they know she is weak. She takes albutrol everyday in her feed and I buy the horsebloom pellet and a feed for horses with this COPD disease that has less dust, and I still water it down. In a colder climate, she has no limitations – it’s cured, but where I live I will have to stall her in the summer with a cooling blanket, fans and only let her out at night. What a life right? Her lope, her trot, her gate in general is smooth, the second I got her home I had her checked by 2 vets and was given the bad news. No one has sat on her since, if she is ridden she coughs, but I am told, when her meds get built up in her system I can ride all I want (but I’m injured and not riding at all). There is no way for me to do all that is required for her in the summer. My home phone is 281-659-9515, virginia.waddell@gmail.com

Posting date November 13, 2013

Trigger

This is Trigger, he’s about 16 years old, needs an intermediate to advanced rider. Contact Joe Habermann jrhabermann72@gmail.com 216 372-4107

Posting date October 17, 2013

Aledo Expectation

I have a 9 year old mare, ex-race horse that needs a good home. She is 15.2 hands, bay, great temperament, name is Aledo Expectation. She needs to be broke for trail riding but loves to be ridden. Contact Doug Ollier at dougollier@fuse.net

Posting date: September 20, 2013

Rose

Rose is a 15 Year Old Quarter horse mare. She is navicular in her front. The left is worse than the right. It is being controlled with shoes and daily previcox.

She has done Western Pleasure and Showmanship. The last two years she has been doing Hunt Seat. We have trained her to jump cross rails and we are now working on vertical jumps. She also enjoys some trail work. We have found that she enjoys things that keep her attention. Contact Wayne Leutwyler wleutwyl@columbus.rr.com

Posting date: September 16, 2013

Josey

 Hi, we have two horses, Josey & Pistol, who were rescued from a nurse mare farm three years ago. They were very sick with the flu and un-adoptable due to their sickness. They have been slow to grow, each standing 14.2hh now. They are finally catching up. I have tried very hard to find them loving homes, but no one is interested due to their size. I’m writing to you in a desperate attempt to find these beautiful horses a second chance. This picture is of Josey, (buckskin appendix) has only been taught to tie and lead, and has not been put under saddle. I am afraid I’m not going to be able to care for them properly thru the winter. Please contact Michelle Hill at mariahstables@live.com

Posting date : September 10, 2013

Pistol

Hi, we have two horses, Josey & Pistol, who were rescued from a nurse mare farm three years ago. They were very sick with the flu and un-adoptable due to their sickness. They have been slow to grow, each standing 14.2hh now. They are finally catching up. I have tried very hard to find them loving homes, but no one is interested due to their size. I’m writing to you in a desperate attempt to find these beautiful horses a second chance. This picture is of Pistol, the gelding, which is a standardbred cross. He is a bay, and has been started on groundwork. He has been handled a lot, but has not been put under saddle. I am afraid I’m not going to b able to care for them properly thru the winter. Please contact Michelle Hill at mariahstables@live.com

Posting date: September 10, 2013

Beaux

Beaux is a 16h, 18 y/o TB gelding. About a year ago Beaux came up lame on his front right leg. The vet highly suspects a DDFT tear, but since I haven’t sent him for an MRI, it can’t be confirmed. After a year of rehab, it’s clear Beaux won’t be able to go back to the workload he was doing before. As I am only a year out of college, it is becoming increasingly difficult for me to support Beaux financially, and due his age and limited work ability I’m worried about being able to find him a good, loving home. As of right now, Beaux would be suitable as a trail horse or pasture buddy, and there is a possibility he may be able to do more flat work. The vet said it is likely his soundness would improve if he was able to be turned out 8+ hours a day, which I unfortunately don’t have access to at the barn he is stabled at. Beaux is very sweet, and has great manners. He clips, loads, bathes etc. He’s easy to ride, and doesn’t buck, rear, or bolt. He would make a great family pet. This horse was my first project horse in college, and I am very fond of him. If I were in a different position, I would love to keep him until the end of his days, but unfortunately I can’t. Beaux is located in Hinckley, OH. You can contact me via email at slframer@gmail.com or by phone. My number is 330.322.7760 Stephanie Framer

Posting date: September 3, 2013

Mollie

We think she is around 7 or 8. My friend that has her thinks she is Twh but personally I think she is just a grade mare. Pretty chestnut about 14.2. She is fully vetted. Shots teeth and feet have been done. Needs lots of ground work before anyone can get on her. Please reach out to Carolyn at 330-808-2252.

Posting Date: August 28, 2013

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