Founded in 2002, the Bay State Equine Rescue's mission is to preserve equine integrity through care that provides physical, mental and emotional health.
Our focus is the rescue and rehabilitation of equines void of a human advocate, abused, neglected, or abandoned.
Our goal is to raise public awareness of equine neglect through regional youth education, legislation, horsemanship education, animal care awareness, and community service opportunities.
We are working toward a standard of excellence to create a model which, when duplicated, will unite rescues nationwide to abolish mistreatment and disrespect of horses in this country.
What We Do
This rescue is very unique - our mission is to preserve equine integrity, but in doing so we also preserve human integrity. When a horse is rescued, we follow the progress through to the best possible recovery. Ultimately each horse will finds its forever home - BSER is not in the business of moving large numbers of horses. If a great home can be found for a horse we will make it available to a loving, caring family for adoption. If the horse stays at the rescue forever, that too is fine. At BSER each of our horses knows it is safe, sheltered, loved and cared for.