Our equines are current on medical and training, we know their quirks, and what life they are most suited for.
SCER-GA accepts equines who are malnourished and/or abused that require rehabilitation. We also respond to County or State agencies.
SCER-GA provides the necessary veterinary, farrier, nutrition, time, and training to a horse that needs rehabilitation.
SCER-GA is ran solely on donations. Every penny of every donation goes towards a horse in our care. We are ALL VOLUNTEERS!
Mist is a 2002 few spot Appaloosa mare that should be an excellent trail partner. She wants to please.
Moon is a 2015 Appaloosa mare that is now growing like a weed! She is still learning her manners but has the sweetest personality.
Sissy is a 2009 Quarter Horse mare that is the dominant in the herd. She will make a great strong beginner/intermediate partner under saddle.
SCER-GA does not specialize in one breed, we accept any breed that requires assistance. Temperment and training is evaluated and time is provided to allow the appropriate rehabilitation to occur, whether in body or spirit - or both. Visit us to meet your forever partner today.
We have several horses and burros available, ranging from pasture guardian, pasture pet (companion only), green broke, to well trained. Take a look at what we have to offer and set up an adoption visit today to meet the herd.
A few of our herd are unsuitable for adoption. They still have a lot of love to give, and welcome visitors. They need your support!
Open House on 24 Mar 2018 from 9-2 to showcase our herd.
Join us for finger painting, a kissing booth, selfie station, pony rides,
and a craft table. We will also have a 50/50 raffle and lunch plates for sale.
Second Chances Equine Rescue welcomes volunteers!
We are looking for motivated people in EVERY area.
We are continuing to raise funds to build wheelchair ramp for our bathroom so that we are able to support a wider range of visitors.
Purchase your fresh greenery and have it sent directly to your door. Every purchase gives back 20%
Order through 17 Dec.