FLORIDA TRAC FAQS
We try to post our most frequently asked questions about Florida TRAC, our Adoption and Volunteer programs here.
If you have a question not listed on this page, please feel free to contact us for more information.
1. What is the adoption fee to adopt a horse?
Adoption fees vary based on many factors including but not limited to the amount of retraining, soundness, age and suitability for future career options. We recommend filling out an adoption application and exploring the options available at FL TRAC. Your application is not binding. We'd just like to get to know you better to help match you with the perfect horse.
2. How do you determine a qualified adopter?
We determine a qualified adopter through the interview process. It is imperative the potential adopter is able to display they can provide a safe and healthy future home for their new family member including financially and in their barn environment.
3. Do you do home site visits?
Appropriate verification of stabling is part of the adoption process. Post-adoption we want to keep in touch! You are now part of the FL TRAC family and we love hearing from you with updates and accomplishments of your new partnership. We will follow up with you 30 and 90 days post adoption and randomly after that.
4. What happens if I can no longer care for the horse?
While we make every effort to find "forever homes" we understand there are situations that may cause unforeseen circumstances. FL TRAC is always available to offer guidance through these times.
5. Where can I find the Adoption Application?
6. I would like to volunteer with Florida TRAC. What are the first steps to volunteering?
The first step in becoming a volunteer is to fill out the application by clicking here. Our farm manager will call you soon after to do an informal phone interview and coordinate the best opportunity to put your skills to work.