Resi-dopt has the benefits of horse ownership without the commitment of time and funds.
Have you always wanted a horse but don’t have the time or money to really take care of them every day? Do you want to teach your children or grandchildren about horses but don’t want to make a commitment to own a horse yet? Resi-dopt might be for you!
For a variety of reasons, we are just not comfortable placing some of our horses in their own homes. They may have special needs or they may be used in our programs. For whatever reason, they still need love and attention by a special person. We would like to offer our supporters a chance to interact with their own special horse.
The Resi-doption fee is minimal and Resi-dopters are encouraged to visit the horse and spend time providing their care such as grooming, training and even riding if the horse rides. The fees help CVHR provide care for that resident and allow our focus to be on the more critical horses in our care.
Resi-dopters are given first choice in adopting the horse if it is ever made available for adoption although they would still have to meet all of our requirements. If you have a special needs child or a child with a terminal illness, please contact us as we can work with you to make their dream of horse ownership come true.
Resi-dopt Plan 1 - $50 per month allows you to visit the farm once per week to visit and care for your horse. This is the recommended plan for our non-riding horses and miniature horses.
Resi-dopt Plan 2 – $100 per month allows you to visit the farm once per week to visit, care for and ride your horse. The horse you select needs to be appropriate for your size and experience and of course, must be rideable.
Resi-dopt Plan 3 – $150 per month allows you to visit the farm twice per week to visit, care for and ride your horse. The horse you select needs to be appropriate for your size and experience and of course, must be rideable.
Resi-dopt Plan 4 - $250 per month allows you to visit the farm at any time to visit, care for your horse and ride if your horse is rideable. The horse you select needs to be appropriate for your size and experience and of course, must be rideable.
Our horses who are available for adoption or in rehab may be available for this program and Resi-dopters will be given first opportunity when they are made available but the Resi-dopter will still have to meet all of our other requirements for adoption. If you Resi-dopt an available horse, that horse will still stay available for adoption.
Are you interested? Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more info and to set up an appointment to meet our horses and decide which would be best for you.