Paradise Ranch - Company Message

If you are considering Paradise Ranch as a possible place to donate your horse;  at this time we are UNABLE to take any more horses :(  Please contact www.LEANHorses.organd they can help you network to find a loving home with a responsible family. Please DO NOT LIST your horse in a "free to a good home" ad, kill buyers have become increasingly more convincing in their stories. Thank you!

The Horses
 
The horses are the most important part of the staff!  Each of our friends are specially trained to do their specific jobs.  We use only gentle training methods.  The horses live together only a few miles away from Paradise Ranch.  They enjoy coming home and running around outdoors. They are taken out for frequent pleasure rides. While doing their "jobs" at The Ranch they are given lots of time for breaks and are NEVER ridden if they are in ANY way not up their best.  Paradise Ranch exceeded the highest level of care for our horses.  Below you will see our horses in their H.A.T.s.

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All farrier services are provided exclusively by Leon.
Leon helps us to maintain the highest standards of care for our friends with his amazing dedication to helping our program and his skilled work.






Our Friends Who Have Moved On To Greener Pastures
Mr. Chaps
Mr. Chaps
Our friend Chaps passed away suddenly at 6pm on July 3rd 2014. Chaps was an old man, but he appeared healthy and happy right up until the moment he laid down in the shade at home with his family. Chaps spent the last year of his life loved by many children and adults alike. He was smart, kind, and handsome; but he was best known for his incredible patience. In his many lessons with people of varied abilities we never witnessed so much as a tail swish of defiance. “Mr. Chaps” was always the first horse lined up at the pasture gate ready to board the trailer and go to work. All who knew Chaps valued him for being your all-around great horse with a good-natured personality and sense of humor.