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

Sharon + Search

In July of 2016, I lost my baby thoroughbred to Potomac and was devastated. I had adopted him from Rerun and had such a great experience the first time. I had tremendous support from Lisa at Rerun after I lost him, and decided to look for…

Deborah + Puff

In September of 2015, a young mini horse named Cocoa arrived for auction at a barn in New Jersey, and it quickly became clear that nobody wanted her. According to Beech Brook Farm Equine Rescue, “Most folks do not realize that over 100,000…

Beth + Blackbird

All my girls have been retired for five or more years. Two years after relocating across the country (again) to the Pacific Northwest, I felt I was settled enough to start a casual search for my next trail partner. I hadn’t ridden at all except for short rides…

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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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