Seniors, why adopt from Bluebonnet Equine Humane Society? Here are three reasons from a video we did in 2018 for Bluebonnet.
I had the privilege of hosting the latest episode of Senior Horsemanship, where we delved into the incredible work done by Bluebonnet Equine Humane Society. Their mission is truly remarkable: saving horses from neglect or surrender cases, placing them in foster care to restore their health and happiness, and ultimately finding them loving forever homes.
Here are 3 key takeaways from this video with Jodi Brassard, Hilary LoBue, and Julie Upchurch and me:
1️⃣ Adopting from Bluebonnet provides a transparent and reliable experience. They provide a medical and training history of the horse, and you have a generous 30-day period to return the horse if needed, with a full refund.
2️⃣ The quality of Bluebonnet horses is outstanding and on par with horses you might purchase from other sources. Regardless of their bloodline or breeding, all horses have unique personalities and Bluebonnet horses are no different. The difference is that with Bluebonnet you have 30 days to try out your horse at your place, with your tack, with your trainer or instructor, and with you in the saddle. Bluebonnet horses excel in various disciplines, ranging from performance and trail horses to fantastic family companions.
3️⃣ Worried about the future care of your horse as you age? Bluebonnet guarantees a forever home for their horses, making it a perfect solution for older horsemen and horsewomen. Should the need arise, you can always return the horse to Bluebonnet, and they will find a new and good home for your horse.
So, if you’re a seasoned horseman or horsewoman entering a new chapter of life, or even if you’re just starting out in the horse world, Bluebonnet Equine Humane Society is an excellent place to find your perfect equine partner.
Let’s support this remarkable organization that not only saves horses but also ensures their well-being for a lifetime. Together, we can make a difference and empower these beautiful animals.