Assisted Equines

An area of our Rescue & Rehabilitation Program the Owned Equine Relocation Assitance (OERA) project was created to afford owners who no longer have the want or ability to care for their equine(s) an avenue to relocate their equine without the involvement of SWFHR directly.

SWFHR is unable to accommodate everyone asking for assistance.  With the growing number of owners looking for SWFHR to take their horses, we offer this page as a courtesy listing to help place horses looking for good homes. SWFHR does not guarantee the health, soundness, or temperament of the horses posted below. These horses have not been evaluated by SWFHR. We are not responsible for the details listed with each horse, and SWFHR does not have knowledge of the horse owner’s credentials. Please contact the owner directly.  Availability is not a guarantee… we do our best to keep thing updated but if you contact someone and the horse is not available anymore please let us know so we can remove it.

SWFHR’s Owned Equine Relocation Assitance (OERA) Project is a connection based rehoming effort to provide assistance to owners who have reason to find a new home for their equine and those who are looking to give a home to an equine.

Last Update: 04/26/2018

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is the adoption fee?

Our adoption fees are $350 no matter the size, breed, or registration.

Only when a particular equine has been through our training program, then the fee of the training will be added.

This rate currently is $800 per month.  In some cases, a particular equine may be at training for up to 2 months.


Will we transport if approved for adoption?

We do offer transportation of adopted equines. Rates vary, depending on distance an the rate of diesel at our local station.

Distance with-in 15 miles from our facility may have transportation costs waived. No guarantee that this will happen.

Of course you may arrange your own transportation if you would like.

Can we foster before we commit to adoption?

The principle of trying things out before committing to adoption sound good on paper but we do not allow this for the psychological torment this can cause the equines.

We prefer that you spend time with a potential adopted equine at our facility until you feal confident.

If your questioning… point blank, you are not ready.

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