Horse care takes time, and there are things you should have a routine of daily, weekly, monthly and yearly tasks to properly care for your horse. For the very best horse care, here are the basic things you should be doing.
This book contains uncomplicated information about keeping your horse healthy!
After completing the adoption process and bringing your new charge home, help him adjust to his new surroundings and lifestyle.
Since we have fans from all over, I figured I would post this to make it easy as I answer this question a lot. It is really quite simple and we have had a couple of ours go to Washington and a few to Idaho.
We are an all-breed rescue here, but we get in a lot of Thoroughbreds from the area. Many come from the track as well as from the auction/stockyard and even owner surrenders... Click here to read more.
We are an all-breed rescue here, but we definitely specialize in the Standardbreds. They are our absolute favourite. Lots of people don't know their potential as riding partners or show horses... Click here to read more.
I put this together since one of the main reasons people give up their horses to rescues or to the auction house is because they can no longer afford them. First to trying to rehome them, but if you can't or prefer not to, see if you can cut back on costs to keep your horse. It is a shame to see horses leaving perfectly loving homes simply for economic reasons. For those of you not in tough economic times, these still might be worth considering.
Whether you own a horse or simply admire them, there are many ways you can help them enjoy a safe and comfortable life. Here are 10 easy ways to do just that.
Please make sure if you want to come and meet one of the horses, you make an appointment with Amy or Julie.
Here is a list of frequently asked questions about the rescue and the answers to them. Thought it would be a useful reference. As new questions come up, I will be sure to add them to the list.