Visitors always enjoy meeting Holly (pictured) and Hank as they approach the barn.
We are pleased to report that this year’s annual Open House was another wonderful and successful event, raising over $10,000 for the horses. An article by Sharon Schlegel in the Trenton Times brought new visitors to Mylestone, who along with many of our loyal friends and supporters, got to meet the horses, were introduced to Smokey and Wyatt, learned about our mission, took part in our Silent Auction and craft sale, and enjoyed yummy home-baked goods.
Dewey shares a quiet moment with a friend.
The brisk wind and cloudy weather was happily not a deterrent to the many kind people who visited the farm to learn about and support Mylestone’s mission. Our deepest thanks to both our visitors and dedicated volunteers who made our 6th Annual Open House a wonderful success.
Susankelly brings Smokey to meet visitors who have learned about his and Wyatt's plight through a special educational booth set up near their paddock.
Quincy watches visitors in the barn aisle, or maybe hopes for some attention from Terry, a Mylestone volunteer.
Teddy reaches out to greet a visitng mom and toddler.