The neighbors do keep an eye on the rescue and the horses and will phone Julie or the authorities on people who "drop-in" without a prior appointment. This may seem harsh, but the last thing we want is for someone to get injured on the property or anything of the like (horse or human).
I know people want to come by and see the new horses and such, but regardless of whether you are a past adopter, curious potential home, friend of the rescue, etc, you need to make an appointment with Julie to come onto her property and visit.
It is in the best interest of both the rescue and our horses.
You can contact us via phone or e-mail.
Please keep in mind that Julie works 40-hours a week as well as running the rescue and I myself also work and go to school. We try and accommodate visitors as best we can, but please be patient with us. We will get back to you as soon as possible!