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Last Chance Corral :: Equine Rescue, Horses and Foals
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Right now, these are the horses and ponies that we have available for adoption.  We are ALWAYS updating our website, so check back often, becuase your next horsie "partner-in-crime" could be waiting here for you!











Romeo is also here because of changes in his owners' lives.  He is a Spotted Draft X Draft pony.  He is a very dark bay Paint with perfect feet.He was trimmed every month of his life (his owners really did love him)!  He is currently 14 H,1" and should finish out at 15 H, 1".  He is gelded and current on everything.  He is ready to rock and roll in the training arena and become whatever you come up with...myself, I'm thinking that he could pull a little gypsy wagon when he isn't being a pony club jumper or trail riding at sunset.

Adoption Fee:  $400



Wrangler - an older gentleman with the savoir faire that only comes with experience. He has a touch of gray at the temples. He is missing some weight but we will help him find it. It just might be at the bottom of the feed bin!

Quiet, non-assuming, perfect manners, broke to death. I really do think that this horse may be bomb proof. A babysitter! Stacy went ahead and simply dropped her reigns and he just kept on keeping on. He knows his job and he will perform it regardless. What a solid citizen!

If you are looking for that REALLY SAFE horse, one you could put a complete beginner on and know that they will come back in one piece, then saddle up. He will wrangle you in a good time.

Adoption Fee:  $400



Brunhilda - Did some careless person put their percheron in the dryer? She is a 6-7 year old black draft pony mare. Possibly a "mini-percheron" or "blacklinger". You can crawl all over her. Traffic -- no worries! Water -- whatever! Easy keeper? You betcha! Ride and drive. Loads herself in the trailer.

Her ground manners could use some "refinement" as she can be a little "pushy". She is TOTALLY obedient to a big stern voice but is becoming more sensitive to a "soft touch". She just needs a little dialing into the program.

I am positive she drives as well; she was afterall an Amish pony. Her haircut indicates driving as well. As soon as that forelock grows back she will be cuter than a litter of golden retrievers! As soon as I can rig her a harness that fits, we'll be off!

Hildy is an adorable pony destined to be anyone's favorite! Big enough to carry any adult, small enough to not intimidate a child.

You can visit her at the farm or come see her in the Deleware, Ohio All Horse Parade on September 7th.

Adoption Fee: $400



Zippo - 15 year old Quarter pony gelding. He is named after his Vietnam veteran owner's "lucky lighter". He grew up in the rugged hills of Appalachia. He is as sure footed as one of the white-tailed deer that roam these hills. You can shoot off of him and he is no stranger to packing game out of the woods. Sadly, his owner passed last Halloween, leaving Zippo behind.

This is one fancy boy! He is 14 hands 2" tall with a mountain of presence. He neck reigns and is extremely sensible. Sound as the price of gold. There's not much I can say about this horse that his photos don't show!

You can visit him at the farm or come see him in the Delaware, Ohio All Horse Parade on September 7th.

Adoption Fee:$750

Officer Stryker



Officer Stryker - a 10-11 year old, 16 hand 2", black Warmblood gelding. Recovering (rapidly) from starvation. Sound-good manners. 

He has great hooves and a very thick tail - his last owner cut it because of burrs but it is growing fast. He as a double mane that goes clear down to his upper arm. He has one quarter-sized white spot at the center of the coronary band on his right rear.

A big horse with a mysterious past. He was at a very prestigious facility in Illinois when his owner ran out of cash.  

He was recently identified as an eventer in Illinois 3 years ago, then disappeared.  he has been abused and needs time to develop trust and a language with a new owner.  His recovery is going in  leaps and bounds, gaining weight and trust every day.  He has no bad habits, is sound and "put together".  Do not call if you do not have experience in this arena.  A big strong warmblood eventing horse that was beaten is not for the hasty or faint of heart.  Stacy rode him last week.  He didn't offer to rear or buck--when frightened, he just stood stock still, but as we know, still water runs deep.  Taken slowly, with kindness, his progress back to his past will continue and he will be returned to the athelete he was born to be.

Adoption Pending

Adoption Fee: FREE to a qualified home!(Don't let our suggested prices limit your generosity...we have about $900 in him at this point)

Lower Prices!

Lower Prices!

In order to free up stalls for more horses in more serious need we will accept a loss.  Officer Stryker will be offered free to a qualified home.  Call 740-594-4336 for more information.




We met Sout in april of 2013 when he was only months old.  He was a sad little thing, missing his mom and staying in the corner of the stall, hiding behind another foal, refusing to come near us.  Although we were new to young horses and a bit intimidated, he won our hearts.  We brought him home and over the coming months he learned to walk on a halter and lead, stand well tied, come running when we worked in the barn, play tag with the dog until they are both exhausted and loves getting his forehead and ears scratched.   He has had regular visits from the farrier every other month since he was 10 weeks old and stands well for trims, as well as with the vet for his shots.  He has been gelded and as the doctor said it took 2 shots to put him on the ground, "he is one tough cookie!".  He stabbed himself on a t-post when he was 6 months (barely a scar now) and had to have the wound checked and cleaned twice a day.  True to his brave nature, he stood stoically for all the fuss, barely blinking an eye while he was poked and prodded regularly.  He is afraid of nothing, loves people, other horses and the family dog.  Traffic, chainsaws, tarps, blankets, nothing bothers this brave little guy.  He loves playing with his ball and cones and will bring them to you to make sure you join in the fun!  He has had sessions from a Parelli trainer to help him (and us) learn that he is not a baby anymore and needs to respect personal space.  Unfortunately, I have come to realize that he would do better with someone who can commit the time and has the knowledge to encourage him to continue to be the great, fearless guy he is sure to become.

Adoption Fee:  $350  Contact Tracy Hansen for more information: 740-856-7613


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