To learn about the horses or mules we have for adoption; or to learn about the Lease/Learn/Love Program, rescue, training, special presentations or programs or other educational outreach, please contact us at: 406.880.0683 or by email – email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org. We’re here to help! (By the way, the photos are from left to right: Janet with her best gal pal Lily, Stacey with the late Cody, a rescue who was retired at Horse Haven, and one of our volunteers. What was he doing you ask? We like to expose horses to everything imaginable. In the case of the last photo, it’s bubble wrap. Every kind of exposure for a horse is good!
Please Note: If you need a horse transported or require horse hauling of any kind, there are several professional individuals and companies that we work with whom we would recommend. They provide excellent services and are always very professional, have the utmost concern for the horses they are moving and understand horses well. We feel this is extremely important when a horse is going to a new home and how they handle the horses in their care is our number one concern. Because we are a rescue and adoption organization, these horse haulers also try to provide the most reasonable price possible when transporting.
Please call us and we will be happy to provide their contact information as well as private individuals who try to help out with horse rescue/adoption transport simply for the love of the horses.
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Hello, i am moving to Roundup Montana in the spring and i am interested in adopting a draft or a mini. Can you help?
Can you tell me how far you are from Roundu?
Hi, my name is Haley and I came across your page today and I’m really interested in your rescue work. I’ve owned a wonderful horse for the past 5 1/2 years and did everything from trail riding to showing her. However at this time in my life, I no longer have the time or more importantly the resources to give her the care she needs. I’m wondering if there is anyway you could find the best home for her?
Can you send me some photos and more information about your horse and where you are located and how to contact you?
How old is she? How tall? Breed? Any issues? Training details? Suitable for what level of rider?
I’m very interested in adopting one of the horses that is on the Rocky Boy Reservation. I’ve felt with wild canner horses that now are great riding horses. The have all gotten great care and time to adjust. Interested in the weanling or the younger grey one that’s pooping
Hello. I need help rehoming an older horse, I refuse to send her through the sales yards! She is located on the eastern side of the state. Are there any rescue or rehabilitation centers over in that area? Any information you could provide would be greatly appreciated.
Hey Jay I live on the eastern side also, there used to be a rescue I think in glendive. not sure if they are still doing it or not. I can try to find out and let you know..
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