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For The Love Of The Hoof is a family ran 501 (c) 3 non-profit, pro horse equine rescue organization. We are located on 40 acres near Seligman, a small town with a population of 764 people, located along a preserved section of Route 66 between Flagstaff and Kingman, on the northern border of Yavapai County.

We rescue wild and domestic horses slated for slaughter, along with neglected horses and law enforcement seizures. We also accept owner surrendered horses from people who can no longer care for the animals. With every owner surrendered horse we ask for a surrender fee to help accommodate the horse's needs while in our care. We are an open-admission rescue and accept horses regardless of their condition, which sometimes can be dire.

  • I adopted Nobel now known as Dylan. He is a wonderful horse. I have had no problems at all. I was told that he doesn't like his face touched but we have worked that out. I also was told he would back away from people not any more. Dylan has a had to learn that mini horses are not scary and intact he and Dixie are BFF's After losing my horse Reily to a fast growing mouth cancer I didn't want to start looking for horse. It took me so long to find him. So thankful I stumbled on to for the love of the hoof and found my new boy. I tell everyone I meet about all the good work you are doing to save these wonderful animals.

    • Betsi
    • Nobel now known as Dylan
  • Praline was rescued from the slaughter pipeline in May And now has found her forever home. Thank you to all of you that participated. For those of you that did not win you are all winners in our eyes! Congratulations Michelle!

    • Praline
    • Rescued from the slaughter pipeline May 2023
  • I wanted to reach out to let you know the impact Emersyn (now Tully) has had on me and our family and thank you for giving us the opportunity! She is my heart horse and I couldn’t be happier with her! It breaks my heart to know she ended up at auction but I wanted to let you know she’s very loved and happy! Because of Tully, my husband and I have reached out to some local rescues down here in southern Az to see how we can help, turns out, we’ve been asked to take over an existing rescue! We’ve started the process and are changing the rescue name to Copper Starr Equine Rescue & Rehabilitation. Since my husband is a veteran we want to use our rescue as a way to not only rescue horses but to help local veterans. I just wanted to let you know how you’ve impacted us and in turn impacted the horse rescue community!

    • Jamie
    • Tully (previously Emersyn)
  • ...I wanted to update you on Boo. I had messaged you a bit ago because we were having some issues with biting behavior from him. With patience and training, maybe some feed/supple changes and time, things have gotten so much better. He is becoming a very nice riding partner for my husband and barn mate to our mare. It’s so rewarding to see both the physical and behavioral changes in him. He is great in the pasture, even coming to us on his own as we call him. As our Forest service roads in the mountains start to open up again we are looking forward to some great trail time with him in the mountain meadows...

    • Beth and Andy Carter
    • Boo AKA Prince - saved from slaughter January 2023
  • Good evening Wendy! Just shooting you an update on Phoenix and Trinity after a year of having them-TIME FLIES! They both are still doing great. Phoenix loves the rain and finding out what the rules are so she can break them. She has started ground work so we can get her under saddle this Fall. Trinity is the laziest toddler ever who dramatically drags her hooves on every walk we take but is also the biggest ham and lap filly. She has already started training for carting. They both are the most amazing addition to our family and I'm still so thankful for the fight you put up for these horses and the opportunity to give both of them their furever home.

    • Phoenix and Trinity
  • Hi Wendy! Super duper excited to share with you that Raz has officially been started under saddle and had her first ride this morning! She did amaaaazing and I have such high hopes for us in the future! It’s been a journey with her but 100% worth it. She’s the best girl. Can’t wait to start taking her on trail rides with Brook! ❤️

    • Brook and Raz

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For The Love of The Hoof
Seligman, Arizona
501(c)3 Nonprofit Organization
EIN: 82-4728258

Phone: 928-707-0733
Email​: forthehoof@gmail.com

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