The goal of the ASPCA’s HelpAHorse contest this year is to find adopters for horses.  We’re excited to be part of this contest, because at Bluebonnet Equine Humane Society we believe there’s the right home out there for every horse – we just have to help that horse and human meet!

Each horse adopted from Bluebonnet Equine Humane Society from April 26 to June 30 helps us towards our contest goal – and could help us win part of the ASPCA’s $110,000 prize money.  That money can help a lot of horses get a second chance!

If you are looking to add another horse to your herd, adoption is a great option.  Although some people believe rescued horses are “broken” or “used up” or “worthless”, our horses prove that nothing could be further from the truth.  Bluebonnet horses have become kids’, dressage, working/cow/ranch, hunter/jumper, lesson, camp, pleasure, trail, endurance, and driving horses.  They’re also amazing companions and friends.

Rescue horses can do anything non-rescue horses can do.  Don’t believe it?  Read over some of our #whatrescuehorsescando stories.  And then adopt your very own rescue horse and learn #whatrescuehorsescando for yourself!

For more information on adoption, visit our adoption page.

View our list of horses who are available for adoption to meet your new horse!  And if you don’t see the right horse there right now, keep checking back.  We add new horses all the time.

Once you are ready to adopt, you can complete your adoption application.  When we recieve your complete application, our Adoption Coordinator, will get you set up to meet the horse(s) you are interested in.

If you aren’t quite ready to adopt yet, you can submit a commitment to adopt form.  The commitment to adopt means you plan on adopting a horse within the next twelve months but the right horse isn’t avalable yet or you aren’t quite ready to adopt.  The commitment to adopt form counts as an adoption for the ASPCA contest, too, so when you submit a commitment to adopt form you could be helping us win!