Find Your Right Horse
Your Adoption Specialist | Kristen Breakfield
Horses are my passion and my life. I train horses at Horse Plus Humane Society’s Tennessee Shelter and my goal is to help you find the right horse. I will give you a full disclosure on any horse you are interested in. You will have access to a 1 hour complimentary lesson with me and your new horse at the time of adoption. I will also be available if you have questions about your adopted horse in the future. – Kristen Breakfield 931-306-6623 | email@example.com
All adopters must be approved before adopting. Fill out the Adoption Application, click here.
Tennessee Shelter Adoptable Animals
Bubba/ Donkey/ Gelding/ UnhandledRead more
Peyton/ Donkey/ Gelding/ UnhandledRead more
Bitty/ QH Pony/ Gelding/ 17yrRead more
Sonny/ Paint/ Gelding/ 20yr/ Confident ChildRead more
Lakota/ Appaloosa/ Mare/ 10yr/ Halter TrainedRead more
Star/ Morgan/ Mare/ 10yr/ Advance RiderRead more
Phoebe/ Quarter Horse/ Mare/ 22yrs/ Intermediate RiderRead more
Shasta/ Paint/ Mare/ 14yr/ Halter TrainedRead more
Autumn/ Appaloosa/ Mare/ 3yr/ Halter TrainedRead more
Finnegan/ Paso Fino/ Gelding/ 18yrRead more
Alaska/ Paint Horse/ Gelding/ 3yr/ UnhandledRead more
Lou/ Donkey/ Jenny/ 7yr/ UnhandledRead more
Jen/ Donkey/ Jenny/ 5yr/ UnhandledRead more
Bertti/ Donkey/ Jack/ 1yr/ UnhandledRead more
Chole/ QH/ Mare/ 1yr/ Halter TrainedRead more
Dodge/ QH/ Gelding/ 1yr/ Halter TrainedRead more
Admiral/ Gaited / Gelding/ 12yr/ Halter TrainedRead more
Donato/ Mustang/ Gelding/ 6 yrs/Eligible for training programRead more
Liberty/ TWH/ Gelding/ 9yr/ BeginnerRead more
Phone: 1-888-HPHS-077 ext. 702
600 Charles McClearen Rd
Hohenwald, TN 38462
P.O. Box 485
Hohenwald, TN 38462
Surrender fees: $0- Donations Appreciated
Adoption fees: $0.00-$500.00
Transporting fees: $1 a mile- Round Trip
This auction rescue was such a huge success! We cannot thank each and every person enough who donated to make it possible. We thought we may be able to raise enough funds to save 15-20 horses, but thanks to the outpouring of support, enough funds came in to rescue and care for 25 horses. There were 5 more horses that went through the auction our rescue team couldn’t say “No” to.
Our rescue team got a few hours of sleep last night, then headed back to the auction first thing this morning with lots of trucks and trailers to move all the horses to the shelter. Most of the horses were waiting in 2 pens.
The miniature horses that were rescued were all safely in their own pen. They are so cute! The smallest one in the group was peaking over the other ones, trying to see who we were.
Every horse was photographed as they were sorted into different pens so they could get used to their traveling companions before being loaded. There were so many horses, it was amazing. At this auction, we were able to rescue about 30% of all horses there! All their photos are posted on our Facebook page and we are asking for name suggestions. To see their photos and suggest a name, click here, then click on their photo.
While sorting the horses, Tawnee found an extremely emaciated horse in a back pen hidden from the public. It was so skinny, it was very upsetting to us all. It was so emaciated! We got on the phone and started trying to track down its owner. It didn’t have an auction tag on it, and it wasn’t ran through the sale. Finally we got the information on the owner, he was an out of state kill buyer that would be arriving shortly to pick up his load. We anxiously waited for him to arrive, and he finally did. We were able to purchase him for $100. We knew he probably wouldn’t make it, but there was no way we could let him get crowded into a semi-truck and die on the way to Mexico under the hooves of his doomed traveling companions (yes, they do ship and slaughter horses in this condition, they use their hides and bones.) We loaded him into one of the trailers and rushed him to the vet as fast as we could. At the vet office the vet said the kindest thing we could do for this sweet old boy was to say “Goodbye” to him. We knew it was the right decision for him, but this part of rescue is always so hard. We were thankful we were able to give him some kindness and compassion in the end.
The 30 other horses were taken to the shelter and were very happy to get out of the trailers and into the waiting pens.
Once in the pens the horses looked around with amazement. One horse stood, with ears up at attention, for nearly 3 minutes just taking everything in. These horses have been through a lot, you can tell by the looks in their eyes. They look like soldiers that have gone through a war.
Again, we want to thank each and every person for making this amazing auction rescue such a huge success. You are our heroes!
We are at the auction right now, waiting for the bidding to start. There are approximately 85 horses at this auction this evening. There are so many horses that desperately need our help, I wish we could share all their sad, desperate looks of despair and fear. We will pull as many as we can out of the slaughter pipeline tonight. These horses are counting on you! Please help us save more horses this evening, donate now.