Simon’s Story at Virginia Equine Welfare Society

Reading Time: < 1 minute The Virginia Equine Welfare Society rescued Simon from a poor situation where he narrowly missed his chance to find himself at VEWS. Luckily for Simon, someone took a liking to him and he found himself in the hands of the right people. In his former life Simon was a trotter at the track and then […]

Dreams Do come True

Reading Time: 6 minutes A letter from A Home for Every Horse adopter: Every young girl growing up wants a horse right? Well I was no exception! From the first time I saw Black Beauty on the giant screen to the many pages read late into the night about a girl and her horse, I was hooked! I badgered […]

The Story of Max Part III

Reading Time: 2 minutes In my last blog, I described my thought-provoking first meeting with Max. At the time of our meeting, he was a rescue horse with a dangerous, dark side. Max had been known to attack people on occasion. So, to keep myself safe, I had to teach him that I didn’t approve of biting. I did […]

Justice and her Forever Home

Reading Time: 2 minutes Justice came to Faith Equine Rescue as a stray from the Polk County Sheriff’s Department. She was found roaming the streets of Frostproof, Florida, no owner ever stepped up for her. She was one of our first rescues to come in to Faith Equine Rescue. Justice had a “popped eye” but it did not seem […]

Rescue to Recovery at Illinois Equine Humane Center NFP

Reading Time: < 1 minute Bling’s photo’s Before, after, and with new family Last November Illinois Equine Humane Center NFP (ILEHC) rescued a two year-old filly named Bling. When Bling arrived at the ILEHC, she was emaciated and suffered from a debilitating and painful case of rain-rot. With proper nutrition during their formative years being essential for young horses to reach […]

Shotgun’s Rescue Story at Roanoke Valley Horse Rescue

Reading Time: 6 minutes This is a story of survival. Shotgun, a 10 month old Quarter Horse Paint colt left lying in a puddle of mud with no food, no water, not care, no love. This is a story of human caring. Had it not been for that one person who stopped, he would be dead today. It took […]

Fallen Horses in Pinon Hills California Adoption Story

Reading Time: 2 minutes Larry Palmer adopted his first horse from Fallen Horses in Pinon Hills California. When Larry walked on to the Fallen Horses Rescue Larry knew he was at the right rescue. Larry states “I do not think I could ever be more pleased than I am now with their (Fallen Horses) services”.  Larry has been dreaming […]

The Story of Max (Part Two)

Reading Time: 2 minutes In my last blog entry, I began telling the story of Max, my project horse from the Colorado Horse Rescue. He was a comedian, with a dark side. Specifically, he liked to scare and bite people. All the staff members at the rescue were afraid to handle Max, so when it came time for me […]

The Rescue of Belle and Sundance

Reading Time: < 1 minute The Rescue of Belle and Sundance, by Birgit Stutz and Lawrence Scanlan, is the true story of two resilient equines and the compassionate humans who save them from the high Canadian Rockies in the middle of winter. It took an entire village to save the two trapped horses. The story of why the horses became […]

Rescued Horses Will Make You Smile

Reading Time: < 1 minute Have you considered starting your own rescue? Or would you like to know more about how horse rescues operate? If so, How to Start and Run a Rescue, by Jennifer Williams, PhD, is the book for you! Dr. Williams covers all aspects of rescue operations and tells you how to get the ball rolling. Dr. […]