“I’m not the only one in this program who is extremely grateful for the people who adopt the horses. I wouldn’t be where I am now without the people who adopt the horses, so thank you for everything.”—A TRI rider
Horses are the foundation of what we do at TRI. It is the connection between the horse and rider, the physical movement of the horse and the joy that springs from these amazing animals that brings a therapeutic benefit.
A 12-month adoption of one of our 15 delightful, patient, gentle-tempered horse-heroes is only $5000. Your donation will pamper and care for all your horse's needs for an entire year. Adoptions run from January-December or June-July. A special plaque announcing your generosity will be placed on your adopted horse's stall, and you will receive updates about your horse throughout the year. Of course, we would love to introduce you in person to your new family member and are happy to schedule visits and tours.
Contact Tammera Bollman at 734-677-0303 or Executive Director to let us know you’re interested. Check below to see who has available for YOU to adopt.
Ariel is up for adoption—we would love to see your name here!
Belle, the new horse on the block, is available for adoption—how about it?
Rebecca and Erik Bakker-Arkema are 50% adopters of Serena and Pam & Bruce Litchford are 20%. The final 30% could be you!
The James A. and Faith Knight Foundation has adopted April.
The J.F. Ervin Foundation has adopted B. Smiley.
Special Tree has adopted Dakota.
July 2019-June 2020
The Faith and James Knight Foundation has adopted Ella to honor the memory of Gerald Knight.
The Buhr Foundation has adopted Hey, Dobbs.
David and JoAnna Featherman have adopted Leon in honor of Jan Vescelius.
MIS Cares (Michigan International Speedway) has adopted Maizy.
Nan and Karl Couyoumijian have adopted Majic.
The James A. and Faith Knight Foundation have adopted Major.
Bruce and Sherry Robinson have adopted Miko.
The Faith and James Knight Foundation has adopted Miz Skarlett to honor the memory of Gerald Knight.
Steve and Judy Dobson have adopted Sigbjorn.