We work hard to make sure that we take care of all of our horses here at Ponytales Rescue. But, unfortunately we can't do it without people like you and your donations of time and money. So, if you ever feel like you want to be a part of our family and help some of the best animals around, check us out. We are a 501(c)3 Public charity and donations are tax deductible as allowed by law. Donations of feed and supplies are always welcome, as well as gift cards or donations made directly to our vendors. We use Pine Bush Equine Hospital as our primary vet. www.pinebushequine.com We buy our feed at Pet Central, 344 Eerie St, Honesdale, PA (579) 251-3470, www.petcentralstores.com and at Tractor Supply Company in Honesdale, P.A. Monetary donations can be mailed via snail mail: Ponytales Rescue, 1096 Bethany Turnpike, Honesdale, P.A. 18431 or made via paypal to address firstname.lastname@example.org
All horses are Up To Date on vaccines, dentist, farrier, worming, and have a current Coggins Test. All horses have been thoroughly evaluated by a licensed veterinarian and a competent trainer. All findings are made available to the adopter prior to adopting the horse. We make sure that horse and rider are matched, we will always go with the best fitting placement for both horse and rider, and not by order of application received.
Q: Do you have limitations as to where you adopt horses to?
A: Yes, generally within a 4 hour radius of our rescue here in Honesdale, P.A.
Q: Do the adoptable horses have injuries or health problems?
A: Some do, and some don't. We offer full disclosure of Veterinary and Training records on each horse. We have some horses that have special needs, and others who have absolutely nothing wrong with them and can walk into the show ring tomorrow.
Q: Is there an adoption fee? How much is it?
A: Yes, there are adoption fee's on the horses. Our highest adoption fee is $1,500 and that is for a horse that is show ready or has show experience. The prices go down from there depending on the physical condition of the horse and it's level of training.
Q: If my adopted horse does not work out, can I sell it?
A: None of our horses can be resold, bred, or raced. We make a commitment to keep them safe for the rest of their lives and if you can no longer provide for them, they are to be returned to us. This is the reason why the adoption fees are so much lower than a sale price of the same quality animal.