The Dumb Friends League Harmony Equine Center™ is a private rehabilitation and adoption facility for abused and neglected horses, ponies, donkeys and mules that have been removed from their owners by law enforcement authorities. The Harmony Equine Center also serves as a central hub where horses from humane societies and rescue groups can receive training and rehoming. Since Harmony opened in 2012, more than 2,700 horses have been helped.
Located near Franktown, CO, the 168-acre facility includes three sizable, well-equipped barns for intake, training and adoptions, 26 pastures and turnouts, two indoor riding arenas and an education center. Our knowledgeable, professional staff and dedicated volunteers provide safe shelter, nutritious feed, top-quality care and training to the equines at the center.
Once the animals at the Harmony Equine Center are restored to health, they are made available for adoption to responsible new owners. The adoption process includes potential owners completing an application, meeting with the Harmony staff and participating in an interview to help match owners with the animal that most fits their needs. Adoption fees start at $250 and include gelding services for male animals, current vaccinations, de-worming, dental and farrier work, and professional training.