Freedom Hill Horse Rescue

In collaboration with Southern Maryland Equine Miracles, FHHR is looking for forever homes for Quater and Sunny. Both horses rescued from auction by SMEM and now under training by FHHR Horsemanship Team.

Lollipop 


Lollipop (a.k.a. Lolli) is a very sweet and loving 25 year old chestnut Thoroughbred mare, 15hh.  She was owned by one lady most her life and needed to find a new home when her owner passed away at 91.  She was by herself for approximately 5 years so does get attached to other horses.  She is currently in groundwork training.  She will need a confident experienced person to let her know all is ok as she does get a bit anxious away from other horses. Seeking a companion home in a quiet small farm setting with small herd.  She was diagnosed with Cushings when we took her in and is currently on Prascend as well as Previcox for a bit of arthritis. 

 
Adoption Fee $250
Horse Angel Sponsor: Danielle H.

Quater

​Quater is a handsome, 17 year old, 16hh, Bay Standardbred with a very sweet and willing personality.  Quater has history as a harness racer, (trotter) and then pulled carts for Amish.  He has  been started under saddle and is doing well in walk/trot and minimal canter. He should not jump as he has some arthritis in hocks. He is not currently under any medication or supplements. He is UTD on everything. Good for vet, farrier, dentist, trailer.  Would do great on the trail or in arena.


ADOPTED!

Horse Angel: Tammie F.

Delilah

Delilah is a Quarter Horse mare born in 1997.  She is a beautiful cremello color with a possible champagne gene with green/blue eyes and stands at 15.2 hands.  Delilah was found abandoned along with four other horses and taken in by Freedom Hill Horse Rescue (FHHR) in early 2017.  She has rounded ears due to frostbite on the tips earlier in her life.   Delilah has past western riding experience.  Delilah is an absolute sweetheart to ride.  She stands well for the vet, farrier and does well being trailered.  Delilah would be best suited for light riding as she has some arthritis which is managed with daily medication.  She loves children and she loves to take naps!


Adoption Fee: $250 - ADOPTION PENDING

Horse Angel Sponsors: Marcie S. and Kristen G.

Goose


Goose is a flashy, handsome 14 year old 15hh buckskin QH gelding with previous history of cutting/reining and trail riding. He is a mellow fellow, more whoa than go and gets along with other horses, both mares and geldings. No drama with this guy! Not much phases him.  He is UTD on everything. He loads well into the trailer and did well with the vet, farrier, and dentist. He has had some abscesses on his back feet which have since cleared up. But he is a little anxious about his back feet being cleaned. A gentle, steady, and confident person should have no problem with gaining his trust.  Goose recently placed at the Free Rein horse show in the walk/trot classes. He can go English or Western!


Adoption Fee: $750

Sunny


Sunny is a, 20 year old, dark brown/black, 15hh, Standardbred with a goofy personality.   He loves attention and scratches and will make all kinds of silly faces showing his delight.  We believe Sunny's history was harness racing and then he may have been pulling carts for Amish. Sunny was rescued from the kill pen at auction in February of 2021.  He has come a long way since then. Started under saddle at walk, and working on the trot.  He is still a little unsure of himself but doesn't pull any antics. No buck, rear or runaway. He works well with kind encouragement and a lot of "good boy". He loves attention, gets along with other horses. He is UTD on everything. Good for vet, farrier, dentist and trailer.


Adoption Fee $250
Seeking a Horse Angel Sponsor


Adoptable Horses

These horses are looking for their forever home. Once they find the perfect match, spaces will open up for more horses to live at the rescue.  If you are interested in meeting a specific horse, please contact us at freedom.hill.org@gmail.com. 


Note: Our horses will only be adopted out within an approximate 60 mile radius of Dunkirk, MD. Horses are herd animals and need their own kind to live with.  Horses will not be adopted out to homes where they will be an only horse unless stated.