Appalachian Horse Project

Adoption Application

Small herd in Perry County

Small herd in Perry County

Thank you for your interest in adopting
an Equine from AHP. 

To ensure that each of our horses finds a loving home, our application asks several detailed questions that are necessary
for the screening process. 


All information will be kept
completely confidential

Name *
Name
Address *
Address
Home or Cell Phone *
Home or Cell Phone
Work Phone
Work Phone
Facility or Boarding Information - *
1. Will the horse be stabled on your property or boarded out?
Name of boarding stable: Owner: Address of stable: Phone Number: Fax Number:
Basic care for a horse can be quite expensive, and emergency vet bills easily run from hundreds to thousands of dollars. For that reason, we ask the following two questions to ensure you are prepared to properly care for the horse should you adopt
2. Please check your annual combined household income *
References 1. Who is/will be your equine veterinarian? *
References 1. Who is/will be your equine veterinarian?
Vet's Phone Number *
Vet's Phone Number
Who is/will be your farrier? *
Who is/will be your farrier?
Farrier Phone Number *
Farrier Phone Number
Horses for adoption are located in KY. Out of state adopters must have one reference who is an equine veterinarian and can verify your horse ability to responsibly care for a horse.
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Confirmation *
Date *
Date
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IMPORTANT NOTES:
Appalachian Horse Project suggests that you attend basic horsemanship classes when you have minimal or no prior horse experience. Sometimes, we can provide references for clinicians who offer such classes. 

Adopters must be over the age of 21; otherwise a parent/legal guardian must be the primary adopter and have proven financial ability to provide for the horse(s).

Appalachian Horse Project works to place horses which match what a potential adopter wants to do with a horse (pleasure ride, trail, companion, etc.) as well as horse care experience.

There is NO guarantee of adoption and Appalachian Horse Project may refuse adoption for any reason.

 

APPLICATIONS MAY BE REVIEWED BY BOARD MEMBERS. ALL FINAL DECISIONS ON ADOPTIVE HOMES ARE AT THE DISCRETION OF THE PRESIDENT OR EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR.