Prospect horses are horses that are physically sound, have had some groundwork training, and may have been trained to accept a saddle, bridle, and/or rider, but need additional time with a trainer to become confident and reliable riding horses. They may have had training in the past but need a tune-up. Equine Outreach makes no guarantee of a horse's level of training or soundness.

The adoption fee for a Prospect horse is $525. This fee includes the $25 adoption application fee. We strongly recommend that you have the horse independently vet checked and evaluated by your trainer, especially if you have limited training experience. We make every effort to have adopted horses be up-to-date on their vaccinations, worming and farrier work.

​>> For details on how to adopt any of these horses, please see our Adoption Process page.



1998 (est.)
14 hh

Hank was surrendered in 2010. He was adopted but came back recently when his adopters got in a financial crisis. He was a bit skinny but has filled out nicely. Hank is very sweet and anxious to please. He halters well and stands nicely tied to be groomed as well as for the farrier. He has been ridden in the past but due to back issue would need a lightweight rider (child or small adult) and a restart.


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