The mission of this rescue has many components. First and foremost is to purchase Premarin weanling horses from Canada and the United States that would otherwise be slaughtered and then transport, train, and donate them to NAHRA certified therapeutic riding programs and The Intercollegiate Horse Shows Association accredited colleges. We currently have three horses in service to the handicap.
The rescue invented and patented an internationally distributed horse treat called U-Bake Horse Treats. When the treats are sold, all proceeds go to the rescue. These treats are manufactured as part of the job site curriculum requirement by students at The Maplebrook School; a post secondary school for the learning disabled. Students may also fulfill their requirement by working a semester at the farm. We have had two students thus far.
The rescue also works as a placement agency in the tri-state area for unwanted horses and has a Subsidized Horse Boarding Program for horses that need re-homing. We place an additional 4-6 horses annually this way.