I have two 21 year old grade paint geldings that have been together since they were 2 years old; never separated. I want to get rid of them (free) but I think I ask too much: 1. They never be separated; 2. They not be abused, or re-sold to someone who would abuse them, or slaughtered for cash.
I've packed elk on them and ridden them some, mostly when they were young, but now they just sit around, UN-used, UN-appreciated, no mental or physical stimulation, burning hay. I owe them better but that's not going to happen. The best I can do is find a better home.
Rather than interview (and possibly be lied to by) a ton of individuals, I was (naively?) hoping there was a "people" who were generally known for treating horses well. I researched the Amish and found they are like all other human beings; some good, some not so good. I assume my question is dumb because I'm sure that assessment holds for all groups of people. Nevertheless, I thought I'd ask you folks.
Any particular tribe, religion, group, non-profit, corporation, etc. that might like to have them?
Okay, wail away . . .