Our Residents

Here at Hope Farm, we provide a safe place and sanctuary for horses. Injury, abuse, neglect and retired, the Horses of Hope Farm all were in need, some in need of rescue and rehab others in need of a soft landing or safe retirement home. Each brings a unique perspective to their interactions with humans. Some are very friendly, others more reserved and take a "wait and see" approach to new people. Each of them has their own story to tell. 

 

 

 

Caring for these unwanted, abused,injured  or simply retired horses here is our pleasure and we have been beyond blessed to have them reside here with us at our home. Caring for horses, feed, vet and farrier costs is an expensive endeavor. 

 

If you wish to sponsor one of the Horses of Hope, please click HERE

 

We are working on our 501c3 status, but at this time any donations would not be tax deductible. Thank you for giving and may God bless you.  

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Boaz

Three different ranch brands attest to Boaz's life of work as a ranch horse. After many years of what I can assume was faithful service to his humans, Boaz was dumped into the slaughter pipeline. 

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Kai

Kai is a young palomino Quarter Pony. He was languishing in the Kill Pen along side Boaz, awaiting his uncertain future..

Finnick

Finnick is a black 16.2 hand Tennessee Walking Horse Started out as a show horse and somewhere along the line became an Amish buggy horse and after much hard work, he was rewarded with neglect, starvation and a one way ticket to the slaughter pens...

Nykkon

Nykkon was an up and coming young colt. He had the horse show world by the tail and the sky was the limit. Then "life" happened...

Nykkon

Nykkon was an up and coming young colt. He had the horse show world by the tail and the sky was the limit. Then "life" happened...

Crysstal Echo aka "Cece"
 
Cece is a chestnut colored purebred Arabian. She had a stellar career as a show horse producer and went on to produce many babies, but as she aged her situation was becoming precarious...
Archie

Archie's story is one of loneliness and neglect. Languishing in a small area, with no other horse companions other than a little dog, Archie spent the first 17 years of his life...alone.

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