Available Horses

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.laud.al@gmail.com with any questions.

  • Chrome

    Chrome

    Chrome is a handsome, QH gelding that is going on 3 years of age. He has had groundwork training and we hope to send him to a trainer soon for saddle work. He leads, loads, and is good with the farrier and vet. Please consider giving this sweet boy a permanent, loving home!

    Read More →  

  • Mick Jagger

    Mick Jagger

    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.

    Read More →  

  • Emmitt

    Emmitt

    This precious Quarter Horse yearling was rescued by Lauderdale Animal Control a few months back. He is super cute and curious but will need an experienced adopter to gain his trust and train him. He was recently castrated and is ready for adoption.

    Read More →  

  • Red

    Red

    Red is a super handsome and friendly boy who is looking for an adopter. He is about 7 years old and stands at around 14.2 hands. He has had lots of training and has been ridden quite a bit. Red should make a good trail horse but will need a rider that knows what they are doing because he is one smart cookie.

    Read More →  

Working to rescue, rehabilitate and re-home equines in need.