Every year, on the the first Saturday in May, the Kentucky Derby is run. This is the most popular thoroughbred horse race in the world. You have probably watched the race at least once and chances are you have been to a local Kentucky Derby party on the day of the race.
It’s a lot of fun!
While experiencing all the fun and hoopla of thoroughbred horse racing have you ever given a thought to what happens to the horses after their racing careers are over?
Don’t feel bad, most people don’t. This is the problem.
Horses for Adoption
At HART we go to great lengths to ensure that our adoptees and adopters are a perfect match. All of our horses up for adoption have been evaluated by our trainers and veterinarians to determine riding suitability. We do our best to match each horse with the adopter’s riding ability and goals.
One of the best kept secrets at HART is our lesson program! Our trainers believe in the philosophy of natural horsemanship training for the safety and benefit of both the horse and rider.
How to Help
The day to day operation of HART is both expensive and very labor intensive. In order to help satisfy the daily operating needs we accept support in a variety of ways.
Subscribe to HART
Every day is a new day at HART! The easiest way to stay current with horses available, lesson programs and special events is to subscribe to our email list.
HART participates in many community events to raise awareness and funds for our cause.