Available for Adoption

These horses have completed their rehabilitation period and are now looking for a loving, permanent home. In order to be considered for an adoption of a CHANGE horse, you must:

  • Be 21 years of age
  • Demonstrate personal and financial stability
  • Possess a good working knowledge of horse handling and husbandry
  • Agree to the terms and conditions of the CHANGE Program adoption agreement.

Cassie

Cassie
UPDATE: January 2019: Cassie is enjoying fancy barn life!  She was moved from her awesome foster barn to a location where she can be shown to potential adopters and exercised in an arena.  She has taken to the "fancy" barn life just fine- here she is in her stall (where she spends time when she is not out in pasture!)  She is looking for a forever home- she can be ridden and moves great off the leg- she definitely has solid training!  Please contact us to come meet her.

The Cloverdale 12

As you may have heard, CHANGE recently had the largest intake in the history of the organization. On March 23, 2018, our field services coordinator and the president of our board of directors, Heather Bailey, received a call from Sonoma County Animal Services that they would be executing a seizure of 12 horses from a farm outside of Cloverdale.

Heather sprang into action, calling up CHANGE's network of volunteer haulers and foster barns, and coordinating with law enforcement. 

Hallie (#Cloverdale12)

Hallie (#Cloverdale12)
16 years old
Chestnut (with star) QH Mare
Hallie is small chestnut quarter type mare with a star, estimated to be around 16 years old. Hallie seems to have some life experience as she was familiar with most normal care procedures including grooming, hoof care, being tacked up, lunged and ridden.  She is a very sweet girl and thriving in her foster home. Hallie has had her dental work and vaccinations, deworming, hoof care, and has been body clipped.  She is happy, healthy, and is ready for adoption.  She has proven herself to be a willing and accepting horse... Read More

Lakota (#Cloverdale12)

Lakota (#Cloverdale12)
UPDATE March 2019: Lakota is accelling in training and doing marvelously under saddle! She is being ridden 4 to 5 times per week in the arena and on the trail.  Check out these recent videos of her being superstar performer and showing off her skills! Lakota is current on dental work, vaccinations, deworming, and hoof care. Her foster barn reports that she is a willing, behaved, intellgent, sound mare and she is going to make someone a wonderful horse! 

Katie (#Cloverdale12)

Katie (#Cloverdale12)
Katie is a darling bay pinto, about 12 years old. She is a feisty but fun little mare who is full of energy and loves attention.  She has gained confidence at the couple of foster barns she has lived in and she very much enjoys human attention.. She’s very sweet and wants to please, but is a little more uncertain about this new life and all its experiences. But once she trusts her new person, you will have a companion for life. Please email  director@sonomachangeprogram.com for more... Read More

Ethel (#Cloverdale12)

Ethel (#Cloverdale12)
12 years old
Pinto Mare
Ethel is a 12-year-old pinto mare. She was one of the thinnest of the Cloverdale 12. Every bone stood out under her coat, but she walked right up to her rescuers and hopped in the trailer at first asking. She wasn’t too sure about baths at first, but she too loves warm water, and she will leave her food to get a grooming. She loves being groomed so much she likes to return the favor and groom the human back, turning her head to rub you with her lips while being brushed.

Wally (#Cloverdale12)

Wally (#Cloverdale12)
12 years old
Paint Gelding
Wally is a 12-year-old Paint gelding with a gorgeous marbled eye. He hasn’t had a lot of life experience and had likely never been anywhere before we got him out, but he tries incredibly hard to please. Thanks to an assist from the folks at the American Paint Horse Association, we know his pedigree, though he was never registered. Wally suffered from seriously uncared for feet, and has needed a fair bit of work to get them turned around (as proof it had been awhile, he was clearly confused by being asked to hold up a hoof and get it... Read More