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Adopt a Horse

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We take the placement of our horses and donkeys very serious. The one thing we do not stand for or want, is window shopping. The quickest way to derail a healthy and compatible relationship between human and animal is to simply purchase/adopt based on looks and appearance.


 We are regularly asked to see photos of available horses and donkeys, which we do not have nor do we provide. We believe that taking the time to match you with the right fit, regardless of color or 'prettiness', is setting both the prospective owner up for success, and the horse or donkey. 

We have created this questionnaire to help guide us in seeing who we might have available as a prospective fit, before we set the initial appointment. 


Adopt a Donkey




Adopt a donkey from us directly at All Seated In a Barn to give a rescue another chance.

All Seated in a Barn has a strict no resale/first right of refusal policy on our adopted horses and a no breeding policy for mares. We always have animals coming into and out of our facility that are up for adoption. If you are interested in learning about who we have, or even what you are looking for that we can help you find, please fill out the form below with as much information as you can, and we will get back to you as soon as we can regarding who we have available that could possibly be a good fit!

VERY IMPORTANT!! Due to having had issues in the past with adoptions not falling through, or individuals wanting a horse, and then never following through on them, we now are on a first come first serve basis. This means that, if someone shows up and it is a good fit for BOTH the horse AND the family/person, and they have the application, photos of where the horse/donkey will be living, and the amount of the adoption fee, we move forward with the adoption.

We will hold a horse for a 50% refundable deposit which can be applied to the adoption fee if the adoption moves forward. This is not mandatory BUT will hold the horse for you until you are able to meet them in person to see if it is a good fit. Again, NOT mandatory but is encouraged if you are seriously interested in the horse. Please understand that we do our best. We ALWAYS have amazing horses and donkeys coming in and we are just trying to do right by the animal. 


1. Fill out the questionnaire below or send us an email to

2. You will receive a response with an Adoption Questionnaire attached pertaining to the horse or donkey you are interested in. This form allows us to really gauge who you are and exactly what you are looking for. 

3. We then set you up with an appointment, pending we have a match(s) that fit to meet available prospects

4. Once a fit is found, you will be asked to fill out the Adoption Application which will be verified and once approved, 

Adoption Policies

Adoption Policies

How to Adopt from Us:


All potential adopters & foster homes MUST fill out our Adoption/Foster Application and submit and photos of the facility/home where the animal will be kept. Applications MUST be filled out completely for consideration and emailed or turned into us. For horses we additionally require a questionnaire requesting further more indepth information. 


Photos may be submitted via email, mail, text message or brought with the potential adopter.


Adopters will be notified by email, mail, or phone when their Adoption/Foster Application has been processed. If you have not heard back from us within 5  business days of ALL information being submitted, please email us at:


All Seated in a Barn does not discriminate based on the applicant's gender, race, or age (however only applications sent in by Adults (18 years +) will be processed)   

Choosing an Animal


Choosing the right animal for you and your family is a big decision, All Seated in a Barn understand this, so we will help guide adopters and suggest animals that we believe will be an asset to you, your family, and the purpose you intend to use the horse for. Once an Adopter has an Approved Application on file, it is good for 2 years.  You do not need to fill out a separate application for each animal you are wanting to adopt.




Adoptions are done on a first come, first serve basis. Only adopters with an Approved Application will be considered. Each animal has an adoption fee associated with them. Adoption Fees can be located on the Available Horse page.  If you have questions about the Adoption Fee of a particular animal, please contact us via email or phone. 


Each Adopter must sign an Adoption Agreement  and follow the policies stated in the Adoption Agreement. The Adoption Agreement is designed to protect the animal and prevent it from being placed in a bad situation.


After an animal is adopted, the adopter has 30 days to "test drive" the horse, if for any reason the adopter decides that the animal isn't going to work out the adopter may bring the animal back. Adoption fees are considered donations towards the cost of the animals upkeep on our end.


FOR EQUINES: Please note that we can not guarantee any certain behavior traits or training levels for our rescue horses. Horses are animals and may behave any way they like at any time. Descriptions of our horses are based on our staff/volunteers' experiences with the horses. For this reason we allow our adopter's the 30 day "test drive.".

Selling or giving away adopted animals:

Animals adopted from All Seated in a Barn MAY NOT under any circumstances be SOLD or GIVEN AWAY during their 3 year holding period.


Selling/Giving Away Adopted animals violates the Adoption Agreement and violators will be prosecuted.


Transferring adopted animals to a new home:

Even though we do not allow Adopters to sell Adopted animals, we will however agree to transfer adoptions, under the following circumstances:


The New Adopter MUST fully complete our adoption agreement.  Once the adoption agreement has been submitted, it must be approved.

Breeding adopted animals:

Any animal adopted from All Seated in a Barn may not be bred intentionally for any reason.

Adopted animals that die or need to be euthanized:

We understand that horses do not live forever and that they die from natural causes and old age. We also understand that if a horse is suffering it needs to be humanely euthanized. Please make sure that you inform All Seated in a Barn if your Adopted animal has died or has been euthanized, so that they can update the horse's file appropriately. If possible, please have your veterinarian send a statement or letter to our offices verifying the horse's death or euthanasia.

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