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Rehoming Process

The difficult decision to rehome does not make you a bad horse owner. CHR understands and can provide a safe landing place for horses in transition.

COURTESY FIRST

We know all too well the strain that rescues and shelters experience when there are more animals than available space. If you need to rehome your horse and are able keep them while you look for their new home, our free online courtesy listing will feature your horse as available for adoption on our website.

NEW BEGINNINGS

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CHR’s rehoming program provides a safe and trustworthy option for responsible horse owners who need to find a new home for their equine family member for any reason. We have comprehensive training and adoption programs in place to help your horse reach their potential on the journey to their forever home.

We do our best to accept all horses in need, although our timeframe can extend from weeks to a couple of months as our facility is always running at or near full capacity.

STEPS FOR REHOMING

1

APPLY

Fill out our rehoming application online.

2

CONNECT

You will receive a call from one of our compassionate staff members within a week of submitting your application.

3

WAIT LIST

Since we are always running near or at full capacity, you will be placed on a waitlist. Each situation is considered on a case-by-case basis.

4

PREPARE

As soon as we have a spot available for your horse at our facility, we will coordinate with you to gather all the required documentation in order for us to accept your horse.

5

TRANSPORT

You may choose to transport your horse from your home to our property on your own, or CHR can provide transportation for a fee.

6

REHOME

Once on our property, our trainers and staff will evaluate your horse’s needs and provide for them while we search for their new loving home.

IMPACT EQUALS INSPIRATION

Thanks to the support of our donors, program participants, volunteers and greater community, CHR has been able to rescue hundreds of horses from vulnerable situations. The status quo is not option, and we have no plans of slowing down until safe solutions exist for every horse.