Rescuing, rehabilitating and rehoming neglected/abused horses

Serving Marion County and surrounding areas...

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Hope for Horses

Works to find forever homes for equines in dangerous or compromised situations in Marion County, Arkansas, and surrounding areas. We are a 501(c)(3) non-profit, all volunteer organization. We accept equines of all ages to rehabilitate, train and eventually place in approved adoptive homes.

Hope for Horses

Volunteers for horse care, barn work and foster care facilities are always needed. From helping around the ranch to helping in the office, our volunteers are the heart of our organization! To find out about volunteer opportunities, look under the "How You Can Help" tab at the top of the page.

Hope for Horses

Currently we have five foster care facilities that have successfully met our Foster Care Guidelines. We continue to look for additional families willing to foster one or more neglected horses. If you are interested in fostering, look under the "How You Can Help" tab at the top of the page for more information.

Hope for Horses

Donations of feed, hay and other horse-related items like wormer and medicines are always appreciated. We have accounts with Powell Feed Stores in Yellville, Flippin, Harrison and Green Forest. We also have accounts at Quality Feed in Valley Springs and Harrison. To see what other items we need, look under the "Donations" tab at the top of the page.

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Our Newsletter — Stay Informed

The first issue of the Hope for Horses newsletter is currently being developed. Our FREE newsletters are a great way to keep informed of our latest activities — from recent rescues, fundraisers, stories from our volunteers, or recent newsworthy events that support of our goal of rescuing equines.

You can receive our newsletter by filling out the sign-up form in the left-hand column. As soon as the first issue is ready, it will be sent to the email address you provide.

There are always exciting “first steps” in the rehabilitation of our rescued equines. Our focus is to show the beauty of improvements, not the severity of their initial appearance when they come to us. Those pictures can often be too hard to take. But when we show a milder version of their initial status and the subsequent photos of their improvement, the articles become heartwarming instead of too difficult to view.

To follow a more complete history of each of our rescued animals as their health unfolds, visit the "Horses In Rehabilitation" section. Keep in mind that as they become healthy enough for adoptions, we move their information to the Adoptions section.

Currently we do not have any horses healthy enough for adoption, but keep watch and when you see one you’d like to check out, complete the noted paperwork under that section and we will be happy to make arrangements for a visit with the horse you are interested in.



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