Available for Adoption

Gelding

Flynt was simply too much horse for his owner and yet she wanted to ensure his safety by asking that Rainbow Meadows accept him into their program. He was adopted and with his new family for nearly two years when the grandkids began to grow up and head off to school and he was not being ridden so he was returned to the rescue. Flynt is a truly nice guy. He can be a dominant and opinionated but behaves well with a qualified rider/handler.

Mare

Freska spent most of her life in a barn by herself with very little human contact. Rainbow Meadows was contacted and asked to take her. With work and care Freska has come to enjoy human contact and is starting her ground/saddle training. She is an opinionated mare but learns quickly.

Gelding

Frost and two pasture mates were discovered by Oklahoma authorities as being underweight due to neglect. At the same time, Frost’s owners were being investigated for neglect of their numerous dogs. The authorities notified them that they would have to rehome the horses or face possible charges. Rainbow Meadows medical director, Jan Johnston, DVM, was present at the time of the investigation and recommended that the horses be relinquished to... more

Mare

GiGi is a very pretty little Saddlebred mare who was nearly 150 pounds underweight upon her arrival and was quite frightened and suspicious of humans. She was initially rescued by a caring individual in 2006 from a neglectful situation involving 12 other horses and nearly 100 goats. She was later sold, and sadly found herself again in harm’s way as she was essentially abandoned by her new owner. After time spent with volunteers and care at... more

Mare

This lovely paint mare was running at large for well over a month in southeast Kansas, where she was regularly spotted in the evening at one particular location. In 2014, Kansas experienced a brutally cold winter, and her ability to fend for herself of compromised. Rainbow Meadows was contacted by the property owner of Gypsy's regular evening stop, who was concerned about Gypsy's safety and the risk of her being hit by a car on a... more

Mare

Halle was orignally purchased at a feed lot in KS and shortly after that a loving family brought her home. Unfortulately they did not have the knowledge or resources to have her trained.The family began looking for a rideable horse and contacted Rainbow Meadows. The family asked if we could take Halle, along with 2 others, to ensure they have the best future possible. Rainbow Meadows agreed to take them in. Halle is a social butterfly who... more

Gelding

Born in a hospital to a critically ill mother (see Lyricks story) which had been purchased from a kill buyer and placed on a killer feed lot, Honour has been spared the horrors of sale barns and killer pens. Once he and his dam were well they returned to a loving home in central OK until his owner requested that he be rehomed, along with his mother, to Rainbow Meadows until a forever home is found. Honour is currently learning all that a... more

Gelding

Judd and two other horses were abandoned on a piece of property in southern Kansas after the death of their owner. The property went to out-of-state family members who had no interest in the animals or land. Eventually, over a few years, the other two horses died, likely of neglect. How Judd survived is a mystery. The property was sold and the new owner made it clear that if the horse was still alive during the 2015 hunting season, Judd would... more

Mare

Katz was originally purchased from a feedlot in OK and shortly after that a loving family brought her home. Unfortulately they did not have the knowledge or resources to have her trained.The family began looking for a rideable horse and contacted Rainbow Meadows. The family asked if we could take Katz, along with 2 others, to ensure they have the best future possible. Rainbow Meadows agreed to take them in. Katz is friendly and cooperative... more

Mare

Blind and frigntened, Lady needed safe refuge from the person who was entrusted with her care but put her in harms way. A forer ranch mare, Lady had made her mark in SE Kansas and taught a number of youngsters how to rope. When she was blinded by Recurrent Uveitis, she became unimportant to her caregivers. She was tethered within a few feet of a busy Kansas highway for grazing. Cars and semi's were passing her grazing area with great... more

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