adopted horses


CONTEMPORARY ART, 5 year old Thoroughbred gelding >> ADOPTED! April 2014, by repeat adopter Danielle T. as a sport horse prospect.

RICH APPEAL, 6 year old Thoroughbred gelding >> ADOPTED! April 2014, by repeat adopter Danielle T. as a sport horse prospect.

CLAUDE MONET, 4 year old Thoroughbred gelding >> ADOPTED! April 2014, by Ali D. of Tennessee as a sport horse prospect.

GATHERING CLOUD, 6 year old Thoroughbred gelding >> ADOPTED! April 2014, by Kim F. of North Carolina as a sport horse.

BENOFEAR, 5 year old Thoroughbred gelding >> ADOPTED! April 2014, by repeat adopter Marcelo for Polo!

DECISION TO RUN, 4 year old Thoroughbred filly >> ADOPTED! April 2014, by repeat adopter Marcelo for Polo!

PLAYING 'N GOLD, 4 year old Thoroughbred filly >> ADOPTED! March 2014, by repeat adopter Melody A. of Kentucky.

CARSON HALL, 9 year old Thoroughbred gelding >> ADOPTED! March 2014, by Danine M. of Virginia for a family and lesson horse.

JOJO'S REVENGE, 4 year old Thoroughbred gelding >> ADOPTED! March 2014, by Mary L. of Georgia as a show prospect.

QUARTERS, 9 year old Thoroughbred gelding >> ADOPTED! March 2014, by Nancy V. of Georgia as a dressage partner.

COPPER BOTTOM, 8 year old Thoroughbred gelding >> ADOPTED! March 2014, by Kelly S. of Kentucky who wrote, "Thank you all he is a pure joy. We love him. Thank you for all you do for the horses."

SAFELY SPUN, 5 year old Thoroughbred gelding >> ADOPTED! March 2014, by Laura O. of Kentucky as a show prospect.

FRANKIE AND JOE, 5 year old Thoroughbred gelding >> ADOPTED! March 2014, by Delanie B. of Illinois as a pleasure horse.

VAGABON DIVA, 6 year old Thoroughbred mare >> ADOPTED! March 2014.

BAVENO, 8 year old Thoroughbred gelding >> ADOPTED! March 2014, by Thomas M. of Tennessee as family show horse.

STARRED, 7 year old Thoroughbred gelding >> ADOPTED! March 2014.

RUN THE FIGURES, 4 year old Thoroughbred gelding >> ADOPTED! February 2014, by Jessica L. of Kentucky for a show partner.

RY'S RYTHM, 6 year old Thoroughbred mare >> ADOPTED! February 2014, by John M. of Colorado as a ranch horse.

UNCLE PHIL'S HOPE, 4 year old Thoroughbred gelding >> ADOPTED! February 2014, by Rachel W. of Tennessee as a show prospect.

BIMINI TWIST, 9 year old Thoroughbred gelding >> ADOPTED! January 2014, by Patty S. of Tennessee.

REGALLY OUTFLANKED, 5 year old Thoroughbred gelding >> ADOPTED! January 2014, by Alex A. of Kentucky as a jumper prospect.

WARBIRD, 6 year old Thoroughbred gelding >> ADOPTED! January 2014, by Carly L. of Kansas as a show prospect.

STERLING VIXEN, 6 year old Thoroughbred mare >> ADOPTED! January 2014, by Rachel W. as a hunter/jumper prospect.

YSTALYFERA, 12 year old Thoroughbred mare >> ADOPTED! January 2014.

PRETTY COOKIE, 5 year old Thoroughbred mare >> ADOPTED! January 2014.

PENNY (registered name "Irgun's Trial"), 16 year old Thoroughbred mare >> ADOPTED! January 2014, by Jamie D. of Tennessee for barrel racing.

ALLIE'S HOPE, 15 year old Thoroughbred mare >> ADOPTED! January 2014, by Jamie D. of Tennessee for barrel racing.

MON AMI JOLIE, 6 year old Thoroughbred gelding >> ADOPTED! January 2014.


ADOPTED HORSES ARCHIVE, 2006-2013 >>




Second Stride regularly enters horses for adoption in community events, shows and clinics. This helps adopters see how the horses behave off the farm, with professional riders as well as amateurs of all ages. Our volunteers gain valuable experience from these events that will carry forward into the next horses they work with.

The Long Run Hounds annual Hunter Pace & BBQ at Brownsboro Farm, is an annual event for Second Stride horses, volunteers and adopters. photos by Ed Van Meter

Second Stride horses with volunteer riders participated in a clinic with Gold Medal Olympian DOROTHY CROWELL, November 2012, gaining expert feedback on the potential of these adoptable horses!



Scenes from the Long Run Hounds annual Hunter Pace & BBQ at Brownsboro Farm, August 14, 2010, featuring Second Stride horses Vegas Rebels, Lily, Small Cap Value, Island Hawk, Wood Be Me, Hachimaki and Manchester. photos by Ed Van Meter