Adopted

These horses were rehabilitated by the CHANGE Program and are now happy in their permanent loving adoptive homes. CHANGE rigorously screens potential adopters to ensure that a home is the right fit for both owner and horse. If for any reason an adoptive home cannot keep a CHANGE horse, the horse comes back to the program. Once a horse is in the CHANGE family, it is protected for life.

CHANGE is proud to have been able to help dozens of horses in critical need and place them in excellent homes. Because 100% of the work done in CHANGE is by volunteer effort, we view these success stories as “our paychecks.”

B.T. (a.k.a. "Gracie")

B.T. (a.k.a. "Gracie")

B.T. (also nicknamed "Gracie" by her foster mom) remains one of the most intelligent and intuitive horses that CHANGE has had the honor of helping.  She is a beautiful 17-year-old quarter horse mare with a gentle disposition.  She gets along well with other horses and is looking for a family to call her own. 

 

Argus

Argus

Argus taught CHANGE about a horse's will to survive.  After being locked in a 12 x 24 stall for 16 years and fed garbage at the hands of an abusive hoarder, he learned to live again in CHANGE.