Our Thoroughbreds for Adoption

Thank you for considering giving a rescued horse a new life. 
Thoroughbreds are beautiful, intelligent, fast and have the desire to please. Sadly, most of their racing careers are over at age three or four. Some of our rescues are retired from racing due to an injury, some are simply not fast enough to compete on the track. They’re out, but they’re not done: they can excel in other areas and are waiting for their forever home.

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Musical Beat

Thoroughbred

JC Registered Name
DoB: 2001

Application Form
Musical Beat, better known as Maverick is an 2001 year old gelding OTTB  who was retired in 2006 from racing when he fractured his sesamoid. He healed well after time off and became a trail horse. He’s a big boy with a big personality. Loves people and going for easy rides on the trails.
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Swidgen

Thoroughbred

JC Registered Name
DoB: 2008

Application Form
Swidgen better known as Hunter is a 2008 OTTB gelding with damaged knees who will never be ridden again. He is an attractive horse that could be a great companion horse. He is too young to live at a rescue for the rest of his life. We hope someone could open their home to him so they can enjoy his company as much as we do!
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Out Side Lookin In

Thoroughbred

JC Registered Name
DoB : 2014

Application Form
Out side lookin in also known as Valentino  is a 2014 OTTB gelding. He was rescued from the Race Track. He had a crack in his right front sesamoid. He still needs some time off but will be rideable in time. Very nice disposition.
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Dominick

Thoroughbred

JC Registered Name
DoB : 2013

Application Form
Dominick is a 2013 OTTB gelding who was rescued from the Race Track. He had bow tendons and fractured sesamoid. He won’t be a jumper but will be rideable for trails very soon.

HOW TO ADOPT?

 

Please understand that Peaceful Ridge Rescue expects that you will be able to care for an adopted equine for the remainder of his/her life. Please make sure you understand the time and cost of owning a horse for possibly the next 30 years before you fill out this application.

 

We do not adopt to first time horse owners or to children under 18 year of age
Application Form

The Adoption process is as follows:

 

  • Download and Fill out this Adoption Application Form 
  • Send the Application Form to Lee Fallick at leefallick@gmail.com
  • We will then contact you to schedule an appointment to meet our horses
  • If  you decide to move forward with the adoption process, our team will schedule a home inspection to ensure that the home is safe and appropriate for the equine you chose.
  • If approved, we will schedule an appointment so you may picking the horse. We could also deliver the horse to its new home for a small transportation fee.

Contact Us

You have questions about Adoption?
Please contact us by sending an e-mail here or call directly Lee Fallick

 

Lee Fallick, Assistant Vice President Board Members

Lee Fallick

In charge of Adoption & Sponsorship Programs

954-494-4713

Any donations we receive takes a huge weight off of us. Even small donations make a difference.

Accreditation – Affiliation

Thoroughbred Aftercare Alliance

Thoroughbred Aftercare Alliance

The 501 (c) (3) non-profit Thoroughbred Aftercare Alliance  accredits, inspects and awards grants to approved aftercare organizations to retire, retrain and rehome Thoroughbreds using industry-wide funding.
Global Federation of Animal Sanctuaries

Global Federation of Animal Sanctuaries

Every day, the world over, wild and domestic animals are abandoned, displaced, or injured by humans and natural causes. The sole purpose of The Global Federation of Animal Sanctuaries (GFAS) is to ensure that these animals receive the highest standards of care during rescue, rehabilitation, and the rest of their life.
Retired Racehorse Project

Retired Racehorse Project

Retired Racehorse Project (RRP) exists to facilitate placement of Thoroughbred ex-racehorses in second careers by increasing demand for them in equestrian sports and serving the farms, trainers, and organizations that transition them.
The United Horse Coalition

The United Horse Coalition

The United Horse Coalition is a broad alliance of equine organizations that have joined together under the American Horse Council to educate the horse industry about the problem of the unwanted horse. We seek to provide information for existing and prospective owners, breeders, sellers, and horse organizations regarding the long-term responsibilities of owning and caring for horses, as well as focusing on the opportunities available for these horses.