Adoptable Horses

December 15 the MMSC will be closing our doors until March 2010. We currently have six horses that need to find new homes. If we successfully place them we will have placed 32 horses this year, just eight away from our goal (which we have not yet given up on)! Following are brief descriptions of our six adoptable horses (click on their photographs to view videos)! Remember, your adoption fee is tax deductable! Also, if you are unsure about making a year-round commitment, consider fostering one of our horses for the winter!



I Am Said I "Sam"

Sam is such a sweet guy with a gentle personality. He is looking for a home where he can introduce a beginner or intermediate rider to the joys of riding and horse ownership. Easy and smooth to ride, he is perfect for riding lessons, trail riding, or beginning dressage work.


You Lucky Devil "Lucky"


Lucky came to us after a stint as a therapuetic riding horse, but didn't have enough basic training, however, to understand what his job was. He is seeking a soul mate, preferably one who likes natural horsemanship, who can help this athletic guy figure out what he wants to be when he "grows up."


Ma Jouet "Maggie"

Maggie is a cute little (14.3hh) girl who would love to find a junior rider to further her education and feed her peppermints! She will shine in pony club or in children's hunter circles. Mom, Dad, Grandma, and Grandpa: Christmas is right around the corner!



Susie Boy "Cash"

We also call him "Bill Gates" because he's so smart! Ten days after he ran his last race he was walking, trotting, cantering, circling, and halting like an old pro! Cash is so eager to please he will do whatever it is his rider wants him to! He is a lovely, hunter type mover.


Noproblemfor Dino "Dino"


Dino is the grandson of Secretariat and if you haven't read the touching story of his rescue yet, you should here. Dino is so anxious to please, to the point that he gets a tense back, but that is quickly resolving! With the right rider he will make an excellent prospect for whatever discipline he chooses, stay tuned!


Bilndots Big Peach "Peaches"

You would never guess that Peaches is only three, when we let him loose his first day with us, he just put his head down and started munching grass! He is an easy-going guy with lovely natural gaits, a level head, and real presence. He will make a superb event horse with time and training.