We could not possibly be as successful as we are in adopting out our horses without the expertise and dedication from our trainers and all who help work with the horses. We would like to extend a special "Thank You" to Brittany Malinoski at Meridian Equine Education Center and Brandon Joseph at Hope and Joy Farms!
Flash's adoption has been arranged after he is featured in Rally For The Rescues 2022.
Josie has been adopted.
Truffles and Fabio have been adopted.
Ginger has been successfully adopted.
Julie has been adopted.
Anna has been adopted.
Wrangler has been successfully adopted.
Snickers has been adopted. Many thanks to Hope and Joy Farms for Snickers' training.
Durango has been adopted.
Comanche has been adopted.
Voodoo has been adopted.
Rocky has been adopted.
Rambo has been adopted.
December 23, 2017
Kitty is now a therapy pony, lesson pony and we are so happy she will be helping others at Meridian Equine.
August 04, 2017
Frank has been adopted. Many thanks to Hope & Joy Farms for their expertise in Frank's training tune-up which increased his chances for adoption.
October 30, 2016
Buddy is officially adopted and he will be owned and loved by a wonderful family. Buddy will also be staying at Meridian Equine so that he and his young rider, Ava, can continue to learn and grow together. Buddy and I truely appreciate everyone's support through this journey and I could not be more thrilled for his future!
~ Brittany Malinoski
Honey & Bitsy
Honey has been in this home for awhile and daughter, Bitsy, joined her a year or so ago. They are not lacking groceries and really have it made. Lots of attention and spoiled rotten!
We are so pleased Rain has found his forever home with Gayle and Willow. Gayle adopted Willow a few years ago and her pasture mate recently passed away. Not wanting Willow to be alone, Gayle adopted Rain as Willow's new pasture mate and they bonded immediately. Rain was thin and very distrustful when he arrived with us and we knew he needed a patient and experienced person. He comes to Gayle when called and loves the attention and grooming he is receiving. Thank you, Gayle, for giving Rain the most trusted and attentive home possible.
Dillon, or "Dylan" is adopted. Pictured in his new home, he will be a great horse for his new companion! Dylan is now doing very well rocking a 2'3" course. See video taken September 13, 2016 here.
Elsa is a young Spotted Saddle Horse mare. She came to us with a hind foot injury that required minor surgery, but no tendon damage and she was never lame. Although Elsa started with little training and was timid, she is gaited and will continue to get better and better in her new home. Elsa is riding well now with her dedicated owner.
Congratulations to Em and Raven! Em's blue ribbon after adopting Raven is wonderful news. Raven, a 22yo TB, was with us for almost two years.
Gretta's new owner called with great news. Gretta the grulla filly probably had a pelvic fracture when she came, Vets had us put her on stall rest for 6 weeks. She graduated to the round pen and eventually the arena. By then she was bucking and running and acting like a normal horse instead of the very lame horse that she had been. She is doing very well and is being professionally trained. Her owner is now rescuing horses and hopes to get non profit status. Gretta was a great inspiration!
Mona was adopted about a year ago by a great family that is so happy to call Mona part of their family! Mona is a rescued Thoroughbred and has since gone on to participate in overnight camping trips and just competed in her first horse show in April. Here is Mona with Jenna, her owner’s daughter:
Sly is a Tennessee Walking Horse that came in to the rescue underweight and abandoned. He was successfully rehabilitated here and was adopted. Sly's owner recently sent a picture of him walking in a parade, and to let us know what a great horse he is!
Cody was adopted and this is the update his new owner sent us. He is looking great and they are so happy to have him in their stables.
Blue has found a forever home with a 15 year old girl who is crazy about him. She says that they are doing really well and hoping to get lots of riding time in this summer!
Pirate came in with congenital back deformity. He was scared but acted like a normal horse. Due to his deformity he couldn’t be ridden. He was adopted as a companion to a blind horse and they get along great! Pirate helps lead him to the water trough and they have a large pasture to graze in.