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Holiday 2017

I am proud of what we have been able to accomplish this year with our Equine Relief Fund. We helped over 70 horses from rescue groups all over the country, including mustangs that had been destined for slaughter, and several private owners in great need of grain, hay, vet care, including castration, coggins testing, humane euthanasia expenses, vaccines, emergency vet bills, etc. During the aftermath of several hurricanes we were able to send funds to 3 equine rescue groups in Texas and 3 equine rescues in Florida to help with urgently needed hay and grain, trailering expenses, and vet care. We work so hard behind the scenes and the everyday goings-on at the farm to help horses in need.
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Fall 2017

We are gearing up for our annual Open House and hope you can make it to support our efforts. We have welcomed Tyler and Dex this year. We are waiting to see if another horse we recently placed through networking will work out in his new home. If he doesnít, we have agreed to take him because his current owner was unable to keep him and his living conditions were dangerous.
For many non-profits the summer months are challenging because donations slow down. In speaking to other equine rescues they tell us they are finding it more difficult to raise funds this year than in past years. We have to work harder to raise funds to provide long term support for the horses and ponies in our care... Read More ...

Summer 2017

These months have been busy; we have been inundated with calls for horses needing homes. The majority of the calls are for horses that have medical issues and are older which make them very difficult to place. I will be honest -- it has been very hard. People have been down right nasty to me when I explain we canít take their horses. Several people have had the financial resources to provide for their horses but just donít want to. Or the situations are such where the horse really needs to be put down because of serious medical issues and old age. In several cases it would have been unfair to move horses as they had never been on a trailer before and are well into their 30ís ...Read more ...

Spring 2017

We are thankful this winter has not been too terrible on the farm. We have not broken as many water buckets this year cracking the ice out of them. However several of the horses have managed to destroy their blankets; Casey (right) is on his third blanket of the winter so far, Holly is on her second blanket, and so on. We will definitely need to buy some more waterproof blankets before the year is up. We are happy to have the rain versus the snow, but with the rain has come lots of mud. The horses love to roll in the mud, so grooming is a challenge. I have been getting many calls on horses needing homes and it is not easy to find them. Many of the horses weíre called on are older with medical problems which makes them hard to place. While we plan to help more horses here in the future,
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Christmas 2002 - The Definitive My Side of the Fence

'Ok, so they arenít ridable anymore.' It never ceases to amaze me how many people get rid of a horse that has been good to them for many years because they canít ride them. It just astounds me that people who have had the same horse for a long time, 10-20 years, just get rid of them like they were never a part of the family. Read More ....

 

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