Placement Process


The PLACEMENT process

This page should provide you with all the information on the Rescue 100’s placement process. Since some of the animals have come from major neglect and abuse, we are VERY careful about where the horse is to be placed. We thank you for your taking your time to look at the placement process information page.

Our goal is to secure a lifetime commitment from you to ensure our horses go to the best possible home with the promise of a safe and loving future with you. The questions on our placement application will allow us to determine whether or not you will be a good parent for one of our horses. Please take the time to complete this application.

The adoptive owner(s) must provide the name and phone number of their veterinarian and farrier, as well as references.

All animal(s) will go to the best and most appropriate home that we feel meets the horse’s needs.

Rescue 100 Horses Foundation cannot guarantee any animal(s) as to its disposition or training.

We will require a home visit of your facility.

If you are a great distance away, we require pictures of your current animals, your facility, fencing, watering system and barn/shelter.

We are not able to pay, nor provide for the trailering, that is the new adopter’s responsibility.

If you agree to these simple procedures and would like to continue the placement process, please fill the Placement Document below and email it to

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What to expect

Not all Rescues are the same. We try very hard to re-socialize the horses before they are placed. We go through our own process of ensuring that the animals are in good condition to be placed into their forever home. Rescue horses may be at a lesser cost but can also have some slight issues from being neglected, and some came from very extreme situations. We believe that any of our horses can eventually be placed and we are close to reaching that goal.

Rescue 100 Horses Foundation has a vision and mission statement that will see the foundation continue to rescue, heal and rehome abused and neglected horses.  To this end, the following placement fees are required:

$100.00 non-deductible placement fee plus a minimum $100.00 tax deductible donation to the Rescue 100 Horses Foundation.

You will be given a tax receipt for your donation of $100.00, and larger gifts to support our mission are always gratefully accepted.

Please review all of your options before you fill out the placement document. A horse is a lifetime commitment. Like any animal they simply want someone to love them. We are happy to assist you in any way with your questions or thoughts. Please feel free to contact us @


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