Articles Tagged 'Horse Rescues'

Hurricane Harvey Updates on Relief for the Horses

Expert Equestrian Articles — May 5, 2018
In August 2017, one of the costliest hurricanes in U.S. history hit the Gulf Coast of Texas and Louisiana mercilessly. Many people were displaced from their homes and extensive flooding led to the injury and death of both people and animals in the area. Hurricane Harvey had a drastic impact… Read more »

Baiting Hollow Farm Vineyard, a unique Long Island horse rescue

Ex-Racehorse Adoption Blog — October 2, 2014
Looking past the modern formula of horse rescue, one woman’s realization brings a new aroma to Long Island Wine Country.   by Angela Calabro From arroyos to vineyards, every ranch, sanctuary, and farm that I visit is filled with gorgeous landscapes that hold the beauty of the natural world and… Read more »

Rescued Horses, Love at First Breath

Ex-Racehorse Adoption Blog — September 10, 2014
A story of horse advocacy through art. by Photographer and creator of UNWANTED, Christine Whitney Being in the presence of a horse, gives you the chance to experience your true, authentic self. I guess it sounds outlandish to say they are my teachers, but they truly do connect me with… Read more »

California Historical Artillery Society- Horse Rescue & Reenactments

Expert Equestrian Articles — December 12, 2013
Learn about the California Historical Artillery Society (CHAS), an organization that rescues Standardbreds and gives them new lives as artillery horses for Civil War reenactments. by Jocelyn Pierce The California Historical Artillery Society (CHAS) has been performing historical reenactments since 1998. Founded by Dennis Winfrey, who sought to combine a love… Read more »

American Standardbred Love Story- Life Lessons from a Horse

Ex-Racehorse Adoption Blog — March 3, 2013
What I learned from an off the track American Standardbred named Homie and the kindness of strangers, who share a love for horses. by Sarah Foisy Hello, my name is Sarah. I have a story to tell, and I believe my story so important that I am willing to tell… Read more »

Give Thanks and Give Back to Horses and Humans for Thanksgiving

Equestrian Travel Articles — November 20, 2012
Here we are now in that time of year when we traditionally reflect on our blessings with family and friends and all that we have for which we are grateful. Here is my little contribution for this season. Thanks for our Riding Instructors and Mentors If you ever had an… Read more »

The Promise: My Defining Moment

Expert Equestrian Articles — March 23, 2010
By Laurie Wagner, Volunteer Ambassador Days End Farm Horse Rescue   You know, I’ve had many people tell me I should write a book about my life. I thought I would start here, about a story of a “promise” that was made at a horse rescue, back in the year… Read more »

Horse Rescues: Helping Unwanted Horses

Expert Equestrian Articles — February 25, 2010
Learn about Unwanted Horses in America, spotlighting Days End Horse Farm and Kentucky's Secretariat Center By Equitrekking host Darley Newman Lately, more and more people are talking about the unwanted horse problem in America. It seems to be everywhere I turn, and not just in the news. I’m hearing stories… Read more »