• Success Story - Two of a Kind - There was something about him that was familiar. She spent months watching him before becoming concerned she might be a stalker. Was it even possible to be guilty of stalking a horse? Cassie had spent hours watching Amigo's Ranger stand alone in the middle of the busy pasture. How he avoided other horses. The way he pinned his ears back. Lacking the confidence to stand up for himself, he was repeatedly bullied away from his food. Clearly they were two of a kind. As a high school freshman, she had stood alone in a crowded room. She had generally avoided people. Her....{Read More}

 

Eagle Hill Equine Rescue (EHER), a non-profit, organization is located just 11 miles off exit 130B (RT 3) on I-95 in Fredericksburg, Virginia. There is an automatic gate with the entrance code of 1- 2- 3- 4 and the gate will close on its own after giving you plenty of time to enter the farm, most of the time.We have a myriad of horses available,  some under saddle, some green broke and a few potential eventers, hunters/jumpers and dressage prospects as well as yet to be trained and pasture pals. In this category are registered Quarter Horses, Thoroughbreds, Thoroughbred/Draft Crosses and other Crosses. All rescue started horses are trained with Natural Horsemanship Methods We routinely have an average of about 50 horses up for adoption. Please check our listings to see if one is right for your family! Our horses are looking for “just the right everlasting home”. Is yours the one they’re hoping to find? They certainly hope so and Thank You for your consideration.

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