Adoptable Horses

 Adoptable Horses


13 year old Thoroughbred gelding Available to a non-jumping home with an intermediate/advanced adult rider only. Buddy is a former lesson horse with a large personality and an attitude to match.

Buddy’s video

IMG_5737Annie Mae




Jess in in her mid-teens. She was found as a stray in Perris and spent three months at the shelter. After coming to TheraPony in October 2014, Jess has gained several hundred much needed pounds and is ready to be evaluated by a trainer. We are taking pre-adoption applications for Jess until her time in training is complete. If you are interested in Jess and would like to learn and grow with her, we encourage you to apply early and follow her through evaluation and training. Email for more information


DSC_0003Mezzanine (Mezzy)

Thoroughbred filly born December 2014


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IMG_6916Always Crowded (Bevan) 20 yo OTTB gelding

Bevan has Navicular Syndrom and an old bowed tendon. He has been recovering for seven months and is starting back to work slowly. Bevan has been cleared by the vet for light trail riding and is available for adoption. Bevan is a great-grandson of Secretariat and son of Sunshine Forever



Congratulations to Hope on finding her forever family. Hope, along with her friends Mercy and Courage, was rescued in January, underweight and in need of medical care. We are deeply grateful to Olive A Fredrickson for sponsoring their intake and giving Hope her name, and Pauline Rivera and family for fostering Hope just a tad bit longer than “a few weeks” we were hoping for initially and for helping find THE most perfect home for this beautiful girl.

Hope joins a herd of many special horses and is quickly making friends. She is adored by her humans and she feels the same way about them. And we are simply giddy and overjoyed as this is the dream home we wish for every single one of our adoptable horses.

Here’s to your Forever Happily Every After, Hope


12244379_937769052926522_3285220796524732940_oEl Chapo

OTTB who suffered a career ending injury in 2010 has found himself changing hands time and time again without anyone ever addressing the injured knee. After being found as a stallion at auction in 2014 and promptly bought back by his track owner, Chappy found himself looking for a home a few short months later and then again in the fall of 2015. Thought to be a “light riding” horse, x-rays revealed the full extent of Chappy’s injury. Chappy has found his forever home with his foster family and is enjoying his happily ever after




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