About Adopting

Successfully adopting a Thoroughbred requires planning, research, and perhaps a little luck! Over the years Tranquility Farm has placed hundreds of Thoroughbreds as pets, riding horses and show horses. Our happiest outcomes have always been with people who were realistic about the amount of patience and training that would be required to convert a basically green horse into one of beautiful stars you see in our gallery.

About Adopting | Tranquility Farm
About Adopting | Tranquility Farm

Full Moon Madness raced seventy-one times and is a multiple graded stakes winner of $1,256,098. “Moonie” began his second career at Tranquility Farm at the age of fourteen and now at age twenty-three he continues to be the beloved family pet of the Kramer family.

Adoption Resources

Because Tranquility Farm no longer offers horses for adoption we strongly suggest that people wishing to adopt contact one of our sister non-profit organizations that are accredited through the Thoroughbred Aftercare Alliance or CARMA.

By contacting an accredited adoption organization you will be assured that caring hands and eyes have been on your potential horse, and that he will be honestly represented in regards to soundness and temperament by a group that has both your welfare as their primary concern.

Help With Retraining

When you are ready to embark on the exciting journey of Thoroughbred adoption we offer this retraining guide to help you on your way.

Retraining Guide - PDF

The work of Tranquility Farm is featured in this excellent article from The Canadian Horse Journal, October 2015, which appears courtesy of the author.

Canadian Horse Journal Article