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Available Horses for adoption



Hunny  ~ Available for Riding or Pasture Mate

Hunny was one of two horses rescued from the Granville area (Annapolis Valley).  Hunny's back ground is unclear. Her owner pasted away.  However, i was told by family, that Hunny spent time as a riding horse at a lesson stable  (I can NOT testify to this information).

Hunny is a kind, gentle slow moving lady, no health issues, great for vet and farrier and trailers like a dream, she is an 18 year old Haflinger and is UTD on all vaccines, dentistry and farrier work.








Percy is a retired standard-bred gelding that is 22 years old. Percy stands at 15.2 hh and was  previously raced in his younger years and also used as a pleasure riding horse. But has been off for some time.

Percy arrived at IHERC in May 16 2015 as a surrender.. 

Percy is healthy and happy and joined at the hip with Kosmo. Percy may be available for adoption to the right home as a pasture mate or light riding only.  





Kira is neither a rescue or surrender. I purchased Kira after losing my Arabian gelding.  I thought getting another Arabian would assist in the healing process.  But I learned no horse will ever replace my Whisper. I love Kira, she is a wonderful mare. 

Kira was once ridden and shown by a teenager in New Brunswick. 

However, Kira hasn't been worked in the past 6 years outside of lunging and the odd pleasure saddle ride.  

I am however too large to ride Kira.  I have a waiting list for sick and senior horses, and I feel it's best in everyone's interest to put Kira up for sale to an approved home with a no breeding contract. Kira is up to date on dentistry, vaccines and farrier work. 

Kira is a 19 year old (Has gray hairs starting), 14.3-15 hh Arabian Mare.




Doctor Gracie (Grace)

Gracie is a 19 year old retired standard-bred race horse. Gracie is a true "Mare" !  She is GREAT with people and total Mare when it comes to feed time. She loves attention and grooming. She is great for the vet and farrier and trailers like a dream. 

After Gracie's racing career, she was saddle trained and ridden by the original owners young niece. After leaving the niece, Grace's life took a sad turn. . Though still very affectionate she is missing her left eye and has a small piece of wood embedded in her forehead.  Proper vet care wasn't given and by the time Gracie made it into rescue, the wood fused with Gracie's bones.  This is not painful to Gracie.

These are old injuries and she may look a little different, but it makes her special. Trust me she is wonderful wonderful girl. 

Grace is up-do-date on all vaccines, dentistry and farrier work.