Members must feed, care for, and breed their own horses responsibly otherwise the animals die as they would in real life.
Members learn there are consequences for all of their actions.
If you would like a horse from your organization featured please contact us.
We're always happy to help a rescued horse find a home.
When testing is completed Version 2 will replace the existing version of White Oak Stables. Any data that can be supported will be moved into V2. V2 uses a new upgrade system meaning that V1 upgrades will no longer be supported in the same way as they were before.
For each account with an upgrade that you import into your new V2 account you will recieve the comparable V2 upgrade for that upgrade. Account numbers will be first come first serve when V2 officially opens. White Oak Stables is a free online horse game where people of all ages can learn the responsibility that comes along with taking care of horses, and have fun at the same time. Members breed, show, race, train, and care for their own horses. White Oak Stables strives to give people of all ages a place to relax and share their mutual love of horses.
Version 2 is the new and improved White Oak Stables that is currently in development.
Most of the members of White Oak Stables are children and teenagers, however as our website popularity grows so do the age ranges on the game.
As survivors, we know how hard it can be to take the first step on the road to recovery but believe us when we say, this is the first step, you’ve taken it, you’ve found us, and you are starting to navigate through the maze. Take it at your own pace and browse through these pages.
This would be highly presumptuous, shortsighted and misleading.
In this way our game encourages horse rescue and rehabilitation of unwanted, neglected and abandoned horses.
It is our hope these values will be instilled in future generations. White Oak Stables features horses and horse rescue organizations from around the globe, simply click on the Rescue tab.
I rescued Dexter when he was only a three weeks old. He enjoys chasing his tail and barking at anything that moves. I'm planning to get him certified as a therapy dog and take him to local hospitals once or twice a month.