We used these funds to buy hay for our equine residents.
Wow! It allowed us to stock up when our supply was running low. It was a BIG assist in making our budgets.
Vincent is one of our permanent residents. He came to us about two years ago in a seizure. His previous owners had him tethered to a tree and he couldn’t escape a group of dogs which attacked him. He lost the coverings over both ears. When he joined us we have worked on fattening him up and helping him build trust. He is one of the stars of our Unbridled Potential program that pairs at-risk youth with equine. The youth help the horses who help the kids. One student wrote that he wanted to work with Vincent because they had a lot in common and he hoped their experiences could help them both.