Reading With Rescues Set to Begin

We are excited to launch a new program for local students to interact with our rescues – Reading wtih Rescues. REGISTER NOW!  A program for K-8th grade students to come to the rescue and read to a horse, donkey or mule, supervised, but unassisted, for approximately 20-25 minutes. Students are welcome to bring their own reading …

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Rescue relocates to new facility

June 14, 2018 – Due to a generous donation from a private supporter, the rescue was able to relocate to a new facility this month. This facility will allow us to save more horses, minis and donkeys throughout the year. The 10-acre property is located in Winter Haven. With the larger facility comes more need …

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Decade of HOPE Event Coming April 14

We have been putting HOPE back into the lives of horses for the past 10 years! Come celebrate a decade of saving lives with us on April 14, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at 1200 Dixie Drive in Auburndale! There will be barn tours, meet Thelma and Loiuse (our rescued mustangs), a tack sale, …

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Molly

MARCH 2018: Molly is an 8 yr old Haflinger Mare 13.3hh. Stay tuned for more details.

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Lilly

MARCH 2018: Lilly is an 8 yr old 14.0hh Haflinger mare. Stay tuned for more details. She will be starting in our training program in April.

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Vidalia

MARCH 2018: Vidalia is an 11 yr old paint mare. 14.3hh  She does require an advanced handler due to severe abuse. She has come a long way but does have flashbacks sometimes. She does ride and is in our training program.

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Apple

MARCH 2018: Apply is a 26 yr old pony mare. Sweet as can be and anyone can handle. Excellent to teach beginners on how to handle horses. No riding. She is aggressive with other horses. AUGUST 2017: 25 year old; Appaloosa mare; Pony. Companion only. She would be fine for VERY occasional, light rides around the yard. …

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Rebuilding from Hurricane Irma

September 14, 2017 (AUBURNDALE) – Hurricane Irma has come and gone. but we are still here! We were lucky enough to be able to move all 26 horses, and various other furry friends, to a temporary location that allowed them to be out and grazing on 30 acres during the storm. This was best as …

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