Horses available for adoption reside off-site at our Star Equine Rehabilitation Facility.


Horses available for adoption reside off-site at the Star Equine Rehabilitation Facility. If you have property that welcomes horses and previous experience, please call us at 402-444-7800, ext. 2286, or send an email for more information. If you're interested in fostering, donating or otherwise supporting our horse program, read more about our Star Equine Rehabilitation Program.

Horses available for adoption:


Meet the “Belle of the Barn” Mare-A-Belle!  Mare-a-belle is a 22-year-old mare who is 14.3 hands high. We were told she is a mustang cross from her prior owner. This lovely lady came from a situation in which the owner could no longer provide adequate nutrition or care for her. After having her a few months and with proper feed, we have found that Mare-a-belle is a very easy keeper as she holds her weight quite well on quality grass and hay alone. She  stands tied but may paw the ground a little out of boredom. She stands nicely for the farrier, loads in an open stock or 2 horse straight load trailer, and loves grooming time.

We are adopting her as a barn buddy right now as we are unaware of any riding history with her. If you are looking for a nice mare as a companion horse check out Mare-a-belle!



Major is a 24 year old Paint Gelding. He is looking for a home where he can hang out and be your barn buddy! Due to his age and the fact that he has never been broke to ride, we would like to see Major find a home where he can be a companion to humans or other barn friends . Major stands tied, is good for the farrier, is tolerant of dogs, and loads into both a stock trailer and a 2 horse trailer. This sweet boy loves to be groomed and doted on. Major is 15.1 hands high and is current on vaccinations and deworming.


Blazer is a 9 year old pony gelding welsh cross. This handsome little horse is black with one blue eye. Blazer is a fancy mover, friendly and bold. We are working with Blazer to find out more about him. But, so far, he stands tied, and loads into a stock trailer. We are working on loading in a straight 2-horse trailer. Additionally, he is learning to circle (lunge) on the leadline at a walk and trot, change directions, and back up, as well as to cross obstacles.  This little man is current on deworming and vaccinations. He's a jaunty little guy!

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