SRER’s goal is to place our horses, donkeys, ponies and mules into loving, permanent homes. While we realize that our adoption policies may seem a little strict, the policies help ensure that the rescued equines never suffer again. We hope that it will not keep you from submitting an application if you think you have what it takes.
The adoption process will take several days to complete. If you see a horse that you are interested in adopting, you will need to read and sign the adoption policy as well as the adoption application/agreement and mail it to us. Upon receiving the signed policy and application/agreement, we will contact your references and schedule a time for you to visit the horse. A farm check is also required to ensure that the horse will be living in a safe and healthy environment.
Feel free to email us at SRER.email@example.com with any questions.
Mick was picked up by animal control after being found underweight and running loose in Lauderdale County. This handsome gelding is about 15 years of age and would make the perfect equine companion. He is easy to catch, leads, loads and is good for the farrier. He will require an experienced, patient trainer if he is going to be ridden.
Sugar was seized in a huge animal cruelty case several months back. She is a pretty, gaited dun filly that is about 2 years old. She is friendly and curious and gets along well with other horses. She will require an experienced adopter who can finish out her training when she is older.
Darbi Lou is a 4 year old Paint Horse. This sweet mare was seized by authorities in an animal cruelty case. Darbi Lou is available for adoption. She will need an experienced rider and has been trained. A huge thanks to Kaleb Dawson for all of his help in training this gorgeous girl!
Charlie, named by the Peytona Pony Club, is a Quarter Horse filly that was seized in a cruelty case. Charlie is back from the trainer and ready for adoption. She is a gorgeous bay QH filly that is going on 2. She is too young to start under saddle but leads, loads, stands tied and is good for the farrier. The trainer tells us she is smart and willing to learn.