ADOPTED HORSES

Nothing gives us greater satisfaction than finding the perfect “Forever” home for one of our horses.  We would like to thank the dozens and dozens of people that have opened their hearts, their homes, and their wallets by adopting one of these marvelous creatures.

On behalf of the entire Equine Rescue Adoption Foundation Board, our barn team, and the dozens of volunteers who have worked so hard to rescue and rehabilitate these horses, thank you!

SHADOW: Shadow was an owner surrender and came to ERAF when illness struck his family and they could no longer afford him or his buddy, Coco.

COCO: Coco was an owner surrender when illness struck his family and they could no longer afford him or his buddy, Shadow.

Lexi/Shay: Tech Cat, a registered Thoroughbred, gave birth to Shay in March of this year. She has been a joy to work with and is the friendliest baby.

MAYA: Maya is a beautiful Quarter Horse that we recently took in and are evaluating. Please follow this website to view her progress or call our barn to learn more.

Tech Cat arrived at our barn pregnant and gave birth to Shay in March of 2017. She is a stunning horse that enjoys people.

PIRRIP: This group of 11 horses and 1 donkey is currently undergoing our standard onboarding procedure. It is unclear at this point when they'll be available for adoption.

JOSIE: This group of 11 horses and 1 donkey is currently undergoing our standard onboarding procedure. It is unclear at this point when they'll be available for adoption.

TUCKER: Tucker was not part of the Indiantown 12 group but is a new arrival at our barn. He was found roaming in a residential area in Hobe Sound. He's adorable!

JOEY: This group of 11 horses and 1 donkey is currently undergoing our standard onboarding procedure. It is unclear at this point when they'll be available for adoption.

Auggie has been there & done that! He is easy enough that even a beginner can ride! Come down to the barn and visit with him.
Bella is scheduled for adoption. She's a wonderful girl and she'll be missed by everyone at ERAF. Time for us to place another wonderful horse with a loving owner.
Judge is a recent arrival to our barns. He's fresh off the track and we're working on retraining him for a happy and productive life interacting with people.
Cody is a member of our Equine Therapy program. He is extremely easy around people. He's great with children and those suffering with PTSD.
Domino and his mother Rosie are beautiful horses. When they arrived they were inseparable but are now tolerating separation.
Roz is scheduled for adoption by new loving owners. She's a wonderful girl and she'll be missed by everyone at ERAF.
Our boy has now been adopted. His new owners have a powerful and handsome addition to the family.
Cookie is another one of our miniature horses. Cookie is an important member of our and Therapy Program for children.
Rosie and her son Domino are beautiful horses. We've been working with them and they're now tolerating separation.
You can't look at L'il Dude and not smile. He's the cutest little miniature we have here on property and a joy to be around.
Frosty is sweet, gentle, and beautiful!! She is kid-safe but all the adults love her as well . Ten minutes with her and she'll win your heart.
Marshall is scheduled for adoption. Marshall is a personal favorite of our photographer. He's ALWAYS fun to be around and will be missed by everyone.
Splash is a handsome horse with lots of energy and eager to engage with the people around him. Come in and spend time with him.
Espresso is a large and powerful horse. While he is a little older he's a remarkable sight when you have an opportunity to stand along side him.
The stunning Rose Code has now been adopted and providing her new owners with considerable pleasure.
Skye is a member of our Equine Therapy program. He is rideable and easy around people. He's great with children and those suffering with PTSD.
What a beautiful animal.  This is Tango who is now in a loving home.  The pictures need to be roughly the same size and I’m clipping these from the existing ERAF website so beggars can’t be choosers.
KC
This is an example of an adopted horse.  Obviously the picture isn’t appropriate but it’s just for demonstration.