Well, this was not the end of summer we were hoping for! Wildfires in Washington and Oregon have severely compromised the air quality in our area, so we’ve made the following decisions regarding our horses:

  1. All riding adoptions are on hold. No showing, no visits, and no riding horses are being worked now and for at least 2 weeks AFTER air quality is back to “good”. We can then resume showing horses 2 weeks after we resume training. Long story short, at a minimum we are looking at a month after air quality is “good” to show and adopt any riding horses.
  2. We will resume showing companion horses once air quality is returned to “good”.
  3. Horses currently pending adoption will move forward as soon at air quality is “good” and it is safe for them to transport. 

We are sorry for any inconvenience this presents to those interested in meeting our horses or adopting a riding horse. We continually strive to put the health and wellness of our horses first, we consulted with our veterinarians, and we feel this is the best course of action at this time.