The horses on this page are either new arrivals, or those who have health problems and who are not currently available for adoption. Often these horses all have special needs and you can help by making a donation to help pay for vet care, farrier work, and food.
You can help us help rehabilitate one of these horses by becoming a sponsor. Just choose the horse you'd like to sponsor, and email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll set you up! Sponsorships are $100 a month. These guys deserve your help!
Rosie is a new arrival at FCER. She is 6 years old. Rosie is very difficult to catch, but once caught she knows her stuff. She appears to be an older mule and sound. Once we get her to the vet for her intake evaluation we'll have a better idea what kind of home we are looking for. Rosie is up to date on vaccinations, deworming and hoof care. Once we have been able to evaluate her training level she will be up for adoption.
Kole came to FCER as a neglect seizure. His owner has been charged with animal cruelty. Kole's feet are so overgrown it will take a year to get them back where they belong. At only 8 years old, we don't know if Kole will ever be able to be ridden due to the damage to his feet. We will have to wait and see. Kole is a big horse about 15.2 hands and weighs about 1200 pounds, He was a stallion when he arrived, and it took awhile to get him strong enough to castrate. That is done now. Kole is pretty juvenile in his personality and has no idea how powerful he is. He is sweet, and willing to do what is asked of him.
We hope he can make a complete recovery, but if not, he will be safe here for the rest of his life.
Bud came to FCER as a Law Enforcement Assisted Owner Surrender. He's a mustang about 20 years old. Bud is tame, but is not for an inexperienced person. We are in the process of getting him ready for his veterinary evaluation. After that we will see how rideable he is or if he his a pasture pal.
FCER is a nonprofit 501(c)3 charitable organization, and all donations are tax-deductible.