Our beautiful Madeline is always an attraction, and here enjoys two young visitors.
Once again, visitors arrived to our 14th Annual Open House eager to meet the horses and share a wonderful day at the farm. Newcomers came to see what Mylestone Equine Rescue is all about, and old friends to reconnect with our volunteers who work here on the farm to make our horse rescue possible, as well as the horses.
Volunteer Cheryl Kavka with one of the many wonderful items available to bid on in our Silent Auction.
It was a great day for everyone, horses and humans alike. Happily, the sun came out and the weather was all we could have hoped for. Our Silent Auction was a huge success. In fact, thanks to the many generous donors to the auction, it had its best year ever! The same went for our Bake Sale and for our Lost Treasures table - it was the best year we've ever had.
Our Bake Sale was bigger than ever and drew a non-stop crowd of hungry folks, all with a sweet tooth!
The farm looked beautiful as did our horses - everyone complimented us on what a great job we all did at Mylestone. We thank the many visitors who were so kind and generous at Open House; you made a huge difference to the horses, and especially helping with our vet bills which topped $10,000 for the last two months. Thank you!
Our Mylestone merchandise table was also busy all day long. Helping our visitors were volunteers Laurel Fox, Kelly Conklin, Gay Wasileski and Jackie Smith.
And an equally huge thank you to all our volunteers and vendors who made Open House possible. We couldn't do this without you and each and every one of you brought something special to this event.
One of our longtime, devoted sponsors visited Shadow.
Please enjoy our photo album of Mylestone's 14th Annual Open House on this and the following pages!