Adopting From CTA

Horses are available to qualified adopters in Puerto Rico and the U.S. Mainland who can provide the most suitable future. / Los caballos están disponibles para aquellos que califican los adoptantes en Puerto Rico y Los Estados, que puede ofrecer el futuro más adecuado.

Given the geographical challenges as a retirement program in the Eastern Caribbean, we have designed a policy to give expedited review to potential adopters who have adopted from other equine aftercare programs requiring rigorous vetting and contracts, i.e. TAA-accredited organizations, and that are in compliance and good standing with those organizations.

In order to ensure good homes for our horses, we may, from time to time, assist with the cost of quarantine and air shipment of specific horses through fundraising efforts. Please don’t be deterred by shipping costs if you’re considering adopting from us.

Available for Adoption

Click on horse’s photo to go to it’s information page.

Miss Hallandale

CTA Farm - April 2019

Miss Hallandale is a 2016 Kentucky-bred Filly with only 7-starts. She retired to CTA Farm in April 2019. She has rehabilitated and ready for her next job off the track. She has a lovely demeanor and is sound for an athletic job. She has been lightly restarted under saddle.


Pura Noblesa

CTA Farm - July 2019

Pura Noblesa is a 2016 PR-bred Chestnut Filly. She trained to be a racehorse, but never made a start. She is retired sound and appears to able to do most any career. She a blind in her right eye, which may limit her somewhat and/or require additional training/work for her adapt.



CTA Farm - July 2019

WhyJoeWhy is a 2010 Indiana-bred Gelding that stands about 16.1. He raced 80 time on the U.S. mainland and in PR. He came to CTA 5/29/19 in poor condition. He still has a way to go, but has proven to be a true “diamond in the rough"!’




CTA farm - March 2019

Proverbios is a 2015 Florida-bred Gelding. He stands 16hh, and has lots of chrome! He is lightly raced and retired sound for an athletic second career, though he’d also be great as a pleasure mount. He is a non-sweater and would do best in a more Northern climate.


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