Hanaeleh helps to network horses who need homes, free of charge. These horses are offered free to a good home, but an adoption agreement and contract are suggested. Hanaeleh is not responsible for any of the information provided and does not know anything beyond what is listed in the post- please contact the owner directly.
We have had several people contact us this week with horses who need homes. Please read below for information about each horse. Please note that these horses are NOT at Hanaeleh, but are with their owners. Please contact their owners directly for more information.
“Cisco” – Sunland, CA: 27 y/o Black Gelding Needs Home
Cisco is a 27 year-old black gelding. He is a very gentle horse, great with kids and other horses. He is good out on trail and beginners can ride him. He is very mellow and gentle. He is up-to-date on all of his vaccinations, teeth, and farrier care. He wears shoes. He would be a great first horse for someone getting into horses, or a great second horse for someone who is looking for a “kid or husband-safe” horse.
Cisco needs a home because his owner has serious health issues and cannot get out to work with him. He is currently being turned out regularly, but he is not getting the attention he deserves.
Cisco is NOT at Hanaeleh. For more information on Cisco, please contact his owner Cindy by e-mail: [email protected] or phone: (818) 322-5180.
“Alchemy” – Sun Valley, CA: 8 y/o Palomino Mare Rescued From Slaughter- Needs Home
Alchemy is a very sweet Palomino mare. She was purchased by a well-meaning individual who was rescuing her from a “kill pen” in Texas (horses from this auction are sent to slaughter if not sold).
Alchemy is sound, has been wormed and has her clean Coggins certificate, but needs her vaccinations and teeth floated. She is currently in Sun Valley, CA.
She is barefoot and still shy around her back feet. She has not had been seen by a farrier since being rescued.
Alchemy a little afraid of people until she meets them, but then is very sweet. She is a quick learner. She has just been started under saddle, but still needs professional training. She needs someone who is able to train her or afford to put her into training.
The woman who rescued Alchemy had good intentions, but quickly realized that she is in over her head, plus does not have the funds to continue to pay for her. She wants to find someone who is able to care for her, but wants to make sure that the person is going to take care of her. Alchemy already escaped the slaughter truck once, and she wants to ensure that she will be with a safe, loving new owner. If you or someone you know wants a very sweet, very pretty little mare, and is willing to put in some time to train her, please contact her owner Natalie directly by e-mail: [email protected] or phone: (805) 215-0744.
“Grandriser”, “Joy” and “Noria” – Riverside, CA: Three Horses Need Homes:
The owners are no longer able to care for these horses and need to find good homes for them. It is not necessary that they go together- just as long as they are going to be safe and taken care of. For more information, please contact their owners Mark and Jennifer by e-mail: [email protected] or phone: (951)388-6348.
20 y/o Bay Australian Thoroughbred Gelding
Grandiser is a 16 hand bay. He is sound, but requires natural balance shoes with pads on the front and an equibone support. He is good out on trail, but doesn’t like to be crowded by horses behind him, and can kick out, so would be better with someone who likes to go out alone, or who is OK with riding in the back of a crowd. Grandriser needs an intermediate rider.
19 y/o Grey Thoroughbred Mare
Joy is about 16 hands and is very sweet. She needs an intermediate rider. She has a lot of spunk, even at her age, and is very personable. She has some training as a hunter/jumper.
23 y/o Blood Bay Andalusian mare
Noria is 15 hands and is good out on trail but needs a special someone. She went blind in one eye when she was seven, although it does not affect her negatively, and she has continued to be ridden out on trail with no issues. She sometimes will develop a neck bursa if she gets very cold or rubs her neck, so she would be best in an indoor stall and blanketed at night during the winter.
The owners are no longer able to care for these horses, and would like to find good homes for them. It is not necessary that they go together- just as long as they are going to be safe and taken care of. For more information, please contact their owners Mark and Jennifer by e-mail: [email protected] or by phone: (951)388-6348.