Rescuing horses allows us to spend time with some truly amazing animals. We hope you will spend some time looking at the profiles for the horses who are part of the Finally Home family.
Many of our horses came to us with medical conditions and poor nutrition. We focus first on helping horses get to a stable, comfortable environment at Finally Home where we ensure they get the medical attention, an appropriate diet for their condition, and lots of love. Our first horses, Jake and Dakota, came from a family that could no longer care for them. Penny and Jewel were the first rescues from a kill pen. Both were in terrible situations: Jewel had a horrible gash in her leg, Penny had to spend a great deal of time in quarantine.
Click on "Our Horses" in the menu to see the list of horses at Finally Home.
Leased & Adopted
We are fortunate to have a 4-H club at the Strong Tower Equestrian Center where Finally Home is located. This allows us to continue the training of our rescue horses and return them to a more normal situation. Our plan is to make these horses available for adoption when their lease is completed.
- Daisy may be a senior citizen in her late twenties, but she has the energy of a much younger horse.
- Moya is also in her late twenties and is improving week by week along with her 4-H handler.
- Belle and her 4-H rider continue to grow and become a more experienced partnership.
Click on "Success Stories" in the menu to see horses who have been adopted.
We lost our first horse, Rhett, in August 2016 after vets determined he could not be saved from a broken hip. Although it is an unfortunate part of working with horses, especially rescue horses, it is always painful when it happens. Rest in peace Rhett.