Horse AdoptionAre you looking into horse adoption? I’m always surprised and somewhat saddened by the number of free horses available, and there are even more cheap horses on the market. Owning a horse or horses is one of the best things I’ve ever done but it’s not for everyone. If you love equines, all the free horses you can find now make it very tempting to finally fulfill your dream of owning a horse, but before you check out horses for adoption, make sure you know what you’re getting into.
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