Welcome

This blog has been created in an effort to help people sell their horse to a good home.

I will be creating pages (tabs across the top – click on the actual tab first, then any drop-down categories) to things like how to write an ad, the best way to photograph your horse; where and how to advertise – including links; how to find the best home, contracts, etc.  I will link (probably excessively) back to places I have found information.  What I would like is to be a “one stop shop” for people to find all the information they may need… I see it is everywhere but nowhere in particular.  So welcome to my effort.

If you have found this blog while searching for the best way to sell your horse to a good home – kudos to you!  If you came here to help, thank you very much!  If you have suggestions for pages, or content you believe should be included, please email me at rehomeyourhorse(@)hotmail(.)com

You will notice that there is information on the horse slaughter industry.  See why here.

Suggestions on How to Use This Site

Might I suggest you use this site in the following way; find the topic along the top row of the chart, then view each page in order beneath the topic.  This will help you go through the process step-by-step.

You can also go through them via the tabs at the top of the blog.

New to Owning a Horse

Trying to Sell Your Horse

Wanting to Learn About Horse Slaughter


Rescues

First Things First – Pre-Purchase Info (coming soon) Why is there Slaughter Information Here Why is there Slaughter Information Here When Should a Rescue be Contacted (coming soon)
Basics of Life General Slaughter Info General Slaughter Info What Criteria Should I Look for in a Rescue (coming soon)
Basics of Housing (coming soon) Contracts – A Must Have Horse Slaughter and You (coming soon) How to Search for a Rescue (coming soon)
Basics of Caring for Your Horse at Home (coming soon) Photographing Your Horse – Basics What You can do to Prevent Your Horse going to Slaughter (coming soon) What is a Hoarder and How Can I Tell the Difference?  (coming soon)
Working on the Ground Basics (coming soon) How to Write a Proper Horse Ad
Riding Basics  (coming soon) Where to Advertise
When to Call the Vet (coming soon) What Price Should I Advertise My Horse For (coming soon)
Is Your Horse Healthy (coming soon) Prepare for a Prospective Buyer
Does Your Horse Have Manners (coming soon) How to Research a Potential Buyer
What to Watch for in Buyers (coming soon)

I am working on these articles one at a time.  If anyone would like to volunteer to write a draft of an article and submit it, please let me know so we’re not duplicating time and effort.  If you know where an article like one of these is already in existence, please drop me a line at rehomeyourhorse(@)hotmail(.)com

News

May 31, 2011

I’ve recently added NotABreed to this blog as an administrator, so you’ll be seeing things from him here and there.

Welcome NotABreed!

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  1. #1 by Amberpony Creates on January 20, 2011 - 10:08 pm

    What A Great Idea!
    The Photographing your horse for an ad information is so helpful. So Many Tips and Tricks I will have to Try!

    So Much Information that needs to be put in an ad. If people did this it would be easier for my friends to find the horse of Their Dreams

    • #2 by rehomeyourhorse on January 20, 2011 - 11:59 pm

      Thanks Amberpony! I’m looking forward to adding more information as I go along.

  2. #3 by Safron on May 2, 2011 - 11:15 am

    Great info and I am thrilled to have found you! I even stole one of your quotes for facebook about slaughter:)

    “In reality, every owner is responsible for their OWN horse. I say it over and over again; if you’ve used a horse up, used it for profit or work, or got enjoyment out of it in any way – you are responsible to either find it a new suitable home, or humanely euthanize it. It is time to take responsibility for the animals we bring into our lives as owners, and into the world as breeders.” Anonymous

    LOVE IT!!!

    • #4 by rehomeyourhorse on May 2, 2011 - 11:25 am

      Thanks!!! Quote me where ever you like! lol
      Please add a link back to here – share the info. Anything that helps a horse find a good home, I’m all for. So many people don’t have a clue about horse slaughter.

  3. #5 by Cynthia D'Errico on August 21, 2011 - 9:41 pm

    I’m not sure where you’re located, but I work with the CHDC and many other anti-slaughter organizations as well as other animal advocacy groups. I am in Quebec; my website is http://www.groundmannersnovel.com and my blog is http://www.cynthiaderrico.com. I can be reached at cynthia@cynthiaderrico.com We need all the help we can get in Quebec against horse abuse, abandonment and slaughter. Please contact me. Cynthia D’Errico, M.A. Notre-Dame-de-l’ile-Perrot, QC (just outside Montreal, QC).

    • #6 by rehomeyourhorse on August 30, 2011 - 10:52 am

      Sorry for the delay. I’ve been away from the computer for a few weeks.
      Thanks for the note. As I’ve said, I created this blog in hopes anyone searching for ways to sell their horse to a good home finds it. Feel free to pass the information along!

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