Meet Your New Friend
We welcome prospective adopters to contact the Rescue at [email protected]  for more information and to set up an appointment to meet the horses. If you are interested in adopting one of our horses, fill out the online Adoption Form from the drop-down menu. Once we approve the application, we will contact you to proceed with our Adoption Contract.  ~~~ We continuously receive emails from people looking to rehome their horses. If we don't have what you are looking for at our farm, fill out an application and we will keep it on file. We may be able to match you with one of these horses looking for a new home ~~~



Our latest rescue! Meet Aurea (previously known as Beauty). She was set to be euthanized after being pulled from New Holland Auction, but we felt she deserved a second chance. Her feet are in terrible shape, and will take up to a year before she will be considered sound. She is an absolute lovebug!!  UPDATE:  GREAT news about Aurea- she is growing new healthy hooves and soon will be fully recovered.


 This handsome man was surrendered to us from an older gentleman who could no longer care for him. His feet are in bad shape and will need some rehabilitaion. He is about 15 hands, but a good 1600-1800 pounds. He is a Spotted Draft. He is drop dead gorgeous.

Feb 2018 update:  Xrays show a 15-20% rotation.  He will need a pretty long rehabilitation with special shoes, padding and founder trims. Will stay with us until his hooves are healthy.

Jasper came to us at the ripe old age of 18 months. Animal Control removed him from a property with three other horses ( we took them all) He is the son of famous racehorse Smarty Jones and someone decided to train him too early. His bones and jointed were not formed yet. He hated people when we got him, but is such a nice boy now!

He has knee damage and a horrific back injury from flipping at the track. He is now 8 years old, and we are hoping to find him a home soon as a COMPANION horse only. 

     Lynford and Geordie

UPDATE: Lynford and Geordie have been adopted!
These handsome mule geldings were saved in Lancaster County right before heading to auction. They will be ready to be adopted after the first week of February. They are older gentlemen, both ride and drive and are quite gentle. Need a husband horse? 
Meet . $250 adoption fee and safety contract must be signed. They are both a little over 16 hands.