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.

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 in need of a new home due to her adopter moving to the east coast. Gracie's vet felt that it wouldn't be kind to subject her to such a long trailer trip. Her longtime adopter is sad to give her up.

Sugar

Sugar

Welcome back Sugar! Through no fault of her own, the lovely Sugar has returned to CHANGE foster care. Some may remember her as "Sugar the Birdcage Horse." Back in May 2016, CHANGE got a call from Animal Control about a panicked white horse that was galloping down the middle of Stony Point Road --- dragging a huge iron parrot cage. We responded and found an incredibly beat up and exhausted horse who was fortunate to be alive with no major permanent injury.