“I know 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
TRI's horses are the very foundation of our program. They are what makes TRI unique. It is the connection between the horses and their riders, the physical movement of the horse, the joy of riding one of these amazing animals that brings such great therapeutic benefits to our riders. You can adopt one of our TRI horses with a donation of $5,000. Your Adopt-a-Horse gift will take care of all your horse's needs for an entire year. 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.
If you are interested in adopting one of our horses, or would like more information, please contact Jan Vescelius, Executive Director, at 734-677-0303, or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ariel is up for adoption—we’d love to have YOU adopt her!
The James A. and Faith Knight Foundation has renewed its adoption of April—no wonder she has a spring in her step!
The J.F. Ervin Foundation has renewed its adoption of B Smiley, and boy, is B smiling!
Dakota is up for adoption—he’s got his blue eye on YOU!
Ella has been adopted this year by the Faith and James Knight Foundation in memory of TRI’s great friend, Gerald Knight.
Hey Dobbs! Has been adopted by The Buhr Foundation. Hey, Buhr Foundation—thanks!
David and JoAnna Featherman have renewed their adoption of Leon—certainly a feather in Leon’s cap!
MIS Cares has renewed their adoption of the amazing Maizy again—what a way to show they care!
Majic has been adopted by Nan and Karl Couyoumijian—thanks, Nan and Karl, for making the magic happen!
The James A. and Faith Knight Foundation has renewed its adoption of Major and he is one happy horse!
Bruce and Sherry Robinson have adopted Miko, the magnificent. Thanks, Bruce and Sherry!
Miz Skarlett has been adopted this year by the Faith and James Knight Foundation in memory of TRI’s great friend, Gerald Knight.
Rebecca and Erik Bakker-Arkema are partial “adopters” of Serena—they’re looking for partners in adoption—it could be you!
Steve and Judy Dobson have once again adopted the ever-popular Sigbjorn–thank you!
Belle, the new horse on the block, is up for adoption—how about it?