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"Saving just one horse will not change the world, but surely it will change the world for that one horse." -Unknown




A large portion of our efforts here at the farm focus on the rehabilitation and retraining of horses in need. Our customers ask us, "Where do these horses come from?". There are horses in need everywhere.  But most of our horses come from owner surrenders or horses purchased from equine auctions. 

We are a not a non-profit organization, so the majority of the costs on these horses is covered by our horse sales. We spend our own funds to purchase, rehabilitate and train.

On arrival the horses are quarantined for at least 30 days. They are evaluated for health and physical ability. Equines unable to participate in our riding horse training program are placed in homes as companion animals.  Healthy and sound horses are then evaluated on their training level. If needed, we create an individual training plan for each horse. Finished riding horses are offered for sale with a guarantee and trial.


We always welcome volunteers to come and spend quality time with our elderly and infirm horses. Hand walking, grazing, grooming and human to horse conversations make the biggest difference for horses in need. 


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