Can we find A Home For Every Horse? As we all know, there are many, many horses in the United States without homes– an estimated 170,000 in total. It’s a heartbreaking situation that doesn’t have an easy solution. Your local horse rescues are the ones out there making a difference, but just ask them: it’s an expensive, time-consuming venture, and definitely a labor of love.
Absorbine® stands behind their efforts to improve the lives of horses. Throughout the years, we’ve donated everything from our Hooflex® products to help their neglected hooves to our UltraShield® fly repellent to help keep the flies away while they recover. Now we want to join a bigger movement.
The Equine Network has given Absorbine the opportunity to help sponsor and spread the word about a much larger effort. They have joined forces with the American Horse Council’s Unwanted Horse Coalition to create
ONE CENTRALIZED DATA BASE OF HORSES:
Phew, those were was a lot of links! Based at Equine.com, A Home For Every Horse has a goal of helping certified 501(c)(3) horse rescue organizations find homes for their eligible equines. The program is publicized online and in print throughout all of the Equine Network’s publications- American Cowboy, Dressage Today, EQUUS, Horse&Rider, Practical Horseman, Spin To Win Rodeo & The Trail Rider. Certified rescues can list their adoptable horses, as well as their organization, on Equine.com at no charge. People interested in adopting can now visit one central location to look through pictures of available rescue horses and find the one for them!
If you are a certified 501(c)(3) horse rescue operation, follow this link to learn how you can join A Home For Every Horse. It may help them find their forever homes. Please share with other rescues because the more organizations that participate, the more effective this will be. And don’t hesitate to contact Equine.com at 866-467-7323 ext. 100. They are happy to help you get the paperwork completed and your available horses out there to be found! Learn more and view rescue horses currently available for adoption at