What is The Right Horse Initiative?

The Right Horse Initiative is a collective of equine industry and welfare professionals and advocates working together to improve the lives of horses in transition. Our goal is to massively increase horse adoption in the United States.

What is The Right Horse Initiative?

The Right Horse Initiative is a collective of equine industry and welfare professionals and advocates working together to improve the lives of horses in transition. Our goal is to massively increase horse adoption in the United States.

How To Help

Whether you’re considering adopting a horse, eager to share your story or interested in becoming an advocate, there are many ways to get involved with The Right Horse Initiative.

Want to help horses in transition?

How To Help

Whether you’re considering adopting a horse, eager to share your story or interested in becoming an advocate, there are many ways to get involved with The Right Horse Initiative.

Want to help horses in transition?

Use Your Voice

When it comes to changing the fate of horses in transition, your voice is powerful. Share your Right Horse story. Your experience may inspire a prospective horse owner to choose adoption.

Ready to use your voice for good?

Use Your Voice

When it comes to changing the fate of horses in transition, your voice is powerful. Share your Right Horse story. Your experience may inspire a prospective horse owner to choose adoption.

Ready to use your voice for good?

Right Horse Stories

Sadie + Cooper

Sadie + Cooper

For my 16th birthday, when most girls get a car, I was blessed to get a horse named Cooper and call him mine! I was the happiest girl ever. We had such a bond and a love from the minute we laid eyes on each other. I will never forget the day that we rescued each other!

Natalie + Prince

Natalie + Prince

Today, Prince and I enjoy lots of trail rides together and he also participates in Equine Psychotherapy helping kids and adults on the ground. I’m proud to tell everyone that my horse makes me a better person, and it’s true

Cindy + Paladin

Cindy + Paladin

As the months went by he would reach out and lightly touch me with his nose, just to be close to me. I think that was a big step for him. He tried so hard to do what I asked. He really loved me, I think, before I loved him.

#RightHorse

On a mission to improve the lives of horses in transition + massively increase horse adoption in the United States. We are Good People for Good Horses.


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