Why adopt or foster a rescue horse?  If you’re not sure about whether you want another horse or any horse, consider fostering one or two.  Find out if you like hearing the “nicker” of horse as they see you coming.  If you don’t ride but you really enjoy taking care of horses, consider adopting or fostering a companion horse (or two).  These horses would make a beautiful addition to your pasture and be wonderful companions to you or a lonely horse.  We now have a Sponsorship Program available to individuals who want to make a difference but cannot adopt or foster. 

The horses featured below are available for adoption and/or fostering.  If you are interested in any of our horses, please feel free to contact Beck at  715-531-7886 or rollingrockrescue@gmail.com for further information.  If you are interested in adopting one of the horses in foster care, please let us know so that we can set up a meeting with the foster family.  Our adoption fees start at $300.  Before you adopt any horse, we do expect you to come out and visit the horse you choose before making a final decision -- our goal is to place the right person with the right horse.  All horses adopted from our rescue are not to be sold or given away.

Need a place to keep your horse?  We do offer boarding at our facility.

Be sure to check out the horses in our rehabilitation section.

 

RECENT ARRIVALS
(Check them out before they ride away!)




Please check back for available horses, we are in the process of getting new updates and adding horses.  If you are looking for a horse to adopt, please call us at 715-531-7886 to find out what we have available.
 

Click on any of the pictures below to see a larger picture.

Please be aware that horses listed in foster care are available for adoption.  If you are interested in one of the horses that is currently in foster care, we can contact the foster family to arrange an appointment for you. 


Cash


Cash is a 5 year old registered Paint colt that arrived at the rescue in August 2010.  This sweet young boy has not had the easiest of starts.  He caught his head in between a gate and post and fractured a vertebrae - he's healed but we're not sure what his long term outlook will be but we are willing to give him a chance (right now he's a little off balance).  Cash also had a growth under his eye -- it has been tested and is benign.  Update:  Cash had the growth under his eye removed (thank you Globe) and has been gelded!  Check out how great it looks - pic.  Cash is ready for his new home.  Currently in foster care.


Ivy

Ivy is a 7 year old registered Paint mare that arrived at the rescue in August 2010 - pregnant.  Ivy (along with Neo) was rescued out of a bad situation by a caring individual who contacted us because he was unable to financially care for two more horses.  Ivy is very "off" in the back and will need to be adopted as a companion only.  Ivy's foal (a little filly named Raven) arrived on June 25, 2011. Raven has since been weaned and Ivy is now ready for adoption.  Currently in foster care. 


Raven

Raven is a Paint/Curly filly that was born at the rescue on June 25, 2011.  Check out her baby pic and a pic with her mom, Ivy.  Raven is a friendly, sweet little girl (okay, she's not little).  Halter-trained, stands for the farrier, loves to be scratched and brushed. She is ready to go. Currently in foster care.

REHABILITATION

The following horses our currently in our rehabilitation program for various reasons.  Some of them have been rescue situations and others were brought to our rescue by owners who could not afford the necessary surgery or medical care that was needed.  Donations and/or sponsors are always needed for these horses as some of their costs can be very high. 

 

 

If you can't adopt or foster a horse but you would like to volunteer, please contact us at 715-531-7886 or email us at rollingrockrescue@gmail.com .  There are always a multitude of things that need to be done.  If you're not comfortable around horses but would still like to help, we can always find something that needs to be done (fencing, moving bales, etc.)  If you really like to spend time with a horse -- we can always find a horse for you to brush!  If you would like to make a donation, you can do so below or check out our Donate page for other ways to donate.