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Looking For a Horse?!

Here at Legacy Equine Rescue, we accept inquires from all levels of horsemanship. Whether you are a beginner or an experienced rider, we are dedicated to finding the perfect horse for you.

Give us a call or send us an email in order to begin the process.

*All adoptions have to be approved by the Legacy Rescue staff.

 

Frequently Asked Questions
How Much Does Adopting Cost?

It depends on the horse! Every horse will come with different needs and traits that may affect our rehoming fees.

What Is the Difference Between Adopting and Leasing?

If you adopt, you will be the new permanent owner of the adopted animal. Because this is such a big responsibility, we offer leasing services for beginners and individuals with less time.

Leasing a horse allows you to pay a monthly fee in order to use the horse for lessons, gaming, trails, learning about equestrian, etc. The proceeds go to the horses care, but this isn’t a long term commitment such as adopting.

 

Will I need Additional Veterinarian Services?

There are a variety of health factors that could go wrong when adopting any animal. With proper prevention care, vet expenses should remain minimal. With that being said, it is smart to keep a savings for potentials emergencies.

Horse Care

Horses are big animals with big needs! Before adopting, beginners should understand a horses needs such as hay, grain, exercise, companionship, shelter, and more. This is why we recommend leasing a horse prior to adopting.

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Our rescue is currently not putting up any horses for adoption! All horses on the property are permanent residents. However, please reach out if you are interested in leasing a horse.

Marcus

* found forever home

Arabian
12yo – Male

Ranger

* found forever home

Appaloosa
Adult – Male

Thor

* found forever home

Mustang
Adult – Male

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Upcoming Events

Enumclaw Pro Rodeo

August 27th-28th

Get In Touch

legacyequinerescue@gmail.com

Adoption Info

Send us an inquiry about a horse! Once you have done this, our team will reach out to discuss potentially rehoming the animal.

Horse Care & Health

Rescuing horses takes a lot of work and it is important to us that they remain in good health. Check out some resources to educate yourself on horse-care.