Adoption Stories

When Tamie was seized by law enforcement in a cruelty case earlier this year, she needed help. Neglected and underweight, she was embraced by our staff, who went to work on getting her healthy and trained. Jordan K. met her early this month, and knew she was the right horse for her. Now Tamie will […]

After purchasing a horse property in Brighton, Colo., Samantha O. decided to search for a second riding horse and companion for her gelding, Storm. She discovered the Dumb Friends League Harmony Equine Center™ through an online search and upon visiting was very impressed with the facility. Says Samantha, “It was obvious to me that they […]

Red roan Cogsworth (left) came from a large animal cruelty seizure. He performed wonderfully on trails. Lucie (right), an Arabian mare with a kind eye and a pleasing personality, was part of the Watershed program from the Colorado Horse Rescue Network. Both horses were adopted by Cheryl D., who will use them as trail and […]

Amigo, a cute gelding, came to Harmony Equine Center from the Colorado Horse Rescue Network. When he arrived, he was nervous and jumpy, as he had not spent much time around people. While at Harmony, he learned how to lead on a halter, pick up his feet, and take a saddle. He was adopted by […]

The veterinarian who first saw Dash described him as “the walking dead.” The 25-year-old horse had been starved and horribly neglected when he arrived at the Harmony Equine Center. After five months in our care, he gained 375 pounds and a great deal of self-confidence. He is currently being used to train colts at the […]

Badger, an 11-year-old sorrel gelding, came to us as part of a large cruelty case. He was underweight, had hoof and dental problems, and seemed nervous and unsure around our trainers. After four months of nourishing feed and gentle training at the Harmony Equine Center, Badger gained 167 pounds and a boost of confidence. He […]