PO BOX 81 / SHOALS, WV / 25562
As long as you provide a safe, healthy environment for horses, Are dedicated to helping a horse become the best he/she can be and to helping us find your FOSTER a long term home, You should be a good candidate for fostering a HOP horse! We are not looking for fancy barns, we are looking for kind people who want to help horses.
Use this number for reference calls to HOP:
If you're unable to be approved at this time, do you agree to abide our policy to keep the details regarding the decision private and unshared, as well as to be courteous and respectful of the board 's decision?
Check here if you agree to these conditions
Spouse name (if applies)
Address Line 2
State / Province / Region
Postal / Zip Code
Antigua and Barbuda
Saint Kitts and Nevis
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
Trinidad and Tobago
Bosnia and Herzegovina
United Arab Emirates
Papua New Guinea
Central African Republic
Democratic Republic of the Congo
Republic of the Congo
Sao Tome and Principe
United Republic of Tanzania
Country / Region
Are you at least 21? (You have to be 21 or older to apply due to the ecnomic requirement of a horse)
Is this a showcase or youth trainer application? If so, please provide details about the person who will be working with the horse:
Employer Name and your work title:
Length of time employed
If riding, list rider weight/height:
Date of Birth:
Best time for a volunteer to call you?
What type of equine can you foster and how many?
General Liability Insurance Information (Name, Address, Policy Information of provider)
How many Years of Independent Riding do you have under your belt?
Have you worked with a rescue before? If so, which group(s)?
Number of horses owned now?
From 1-10, what is your riding level?
Learn about the scale here: https://horseandridermatch.com/what-is-your-riding-level/
Tell us about your equine experience
Why do you want to foster?
Do you take lessons, attend clinics or pursue continuing horsemanship education?
Though foster input on horse personality and skill set it valued very much, fosters have no control of when and to whom the horses may be adopted to, is this something you will be ok with?
Describe Your Boarding Facility or Personal Farm Layout. Acres, Type of Fence, Type of Shelter. Explain whether the equine would be stalled or on turn out. If the equine will be stalled, how often and how many hours will they be turned out daily? Note: (loose barbed wire or barbed wire in feed congregation areas is not typically accepted) *
Are you okay with following and learning our care and handling protocols?
HOP requires a foster cover hay and grain, but we can, if needed, cover farrier cost. We cover vet costs. Is this affordable for you? All care and foster costs can be tax deductible for the foster.
Do you understand a foster does not have first right to adopt a horse if there is an approved application in on the horse and the foster has not already expressed intent to adopt, and that this can sometimes be a conflict for fosters who care about their horses?
If the foster isn't a good fit for your farm, are you willing to try another foster?
Do you understand fosters often are moved around for training, better situation for their needs and so forth, so you may get attached and find the horse is with you just a short period of time?
REQUIRED if you currently own horses - Vet name, practice name and number (or email)
REQUIRED if you currently own horses - Farrier name and number (or email)
REQUIRED - Personal Reference (not an immediate relative) name, email or number:
Have you ever taken part in controversial equine training or handling techniques or been convicted of animal neglect or abuse? *
Do you understand that All equine activities, including those at Heart of Phoenix, are inherently dangerous and that any and all equines can be unsafe? *
How are your facility photos, current horse photos doing to be submitted (Equinerescue@live.com is the ideal email to you or facebook messenger)? *
I, the undersigned, understand I am applying to foster a/an equine(s) from Heart of Phoenix Equine Rescue, INC (hereinafter referred to as HOP). I agree to notify said references ahead of time they will be interviewed and to request those required contact HOP. I realize applications must be approved by the Board of Directors unanimously. I agree to hold Heart of Phoenix Equine Rescue, INC, its board, directors, fosters and all affiliates blameless and free of any liability should I be approved to foster from this organization and visit any of the facilities where rescue horses are located and incur any injury while visiting the equines whether while riding or handling the horses in any manner. I understand HOP does not know the histories of the adoptable horses, and If I am approved, I will handle and ride the equine I'm interested in at my own risk. By signing this application, I agree that I have read and understand the Contract and Foster Policy of HOP found at www.wvhorserescue.org Type Name: *
Documents can be sent via email to firstname.lastname@example.org or submit to the HOP page on FACEBOOK