Horse Available for Lease
Please note- all Project Hope Horses are available for LEASE ONLY, and subject to the following conditions:
1. A home check conducted by a PHHWV Representative
2. For rideable horses, successful completion of a riding compatability assessment
3. maintenance of a current PHHWV Membership for the term of the lease
4. The PHHWV horse must remain within Victoria
5. Mares are not to be used for breeding.
Please contact us if you are interested in any of the available horses....
Axel is a nine year old 15.3 h standard bred, probably never raced. He loves the company of other horses and people is easy to catch, good to float and well behaved for dentist and farrier and keeps weight on easily.
Axel has only one eye and can be a little nervous on his blind side, he has also had past injury to his mouth and is missing a few teeth so will need regular visits by the dentist, because of these problems this friendly fellow will most likely be a paddock pal and not a ridding prospect.
Bobby is a 40 year old pony looking for a loving home to live out his remaining years.
Bobby is strictly retired - paddock ornament only.
PHHW Miss Daisy
Miss Daisy in March
Miss Daisy in May
Miss Daisy is a sprightly bay SB mare of 30 years. When surrendered she was quite ribby and quiet, as her previous owner had no idea of what food she needed or that it was needed each day. She has been in short term rehab care with Julie for 4 months, has gained weight and is now much brighter. She likes company and is looking for someone who is kind but firm, able to let her know the rules and to enjoy her senior but sprightly retirement years.
PHHWV Lady II
Lady is a 14.3hh brown Quarterhorse cross, about 14 years old. She has a
very sweet nature, but unfortunately has a number of issues as a result of
poor handling by her previous owner. She has yet to be convinced that we
humans have anything worthwhile to offer her.
When Lady first came into
care, she was difficult to catch, extremely head shy, not good at leading
and almost impossible to get onto a float. The short term carer has been working on these areas and Lady has shown tremendous improvement.
Lady has recently been assessed for riding by a local horse trainer. She does not
seem to have any real understanding of the reins, and being asked to trot
with a rider on board is quite alarming for her. The trainer spent his time
simply asking Lady to slow down by the use of one rein only, bending left
and right, just to make it clear in her mind that she did not have to run.
She made some real changes and the trainer agreed that she is indeed a
lovely horse with the potential to be a good riding horse in the future.
Lady is now looking for a more permanent home. If you think a harsher bit
and a bigger whip would be all that is needed to get her going nicely, then
you are definitely not the type of person we want for Lady. She desperately
wants to please, and deserves a chance at a happy future with someone that
has the experience and time to commit to helping Lady recover her trust and
enjoy being a riding horse.