I will admit there were days when I didn’t think we would make it through. We have gone through so many ups and downs- horses being adopted, people changing their minds; barns burning down; PCR tests; quarantines, EPM, strangles that became chronic and required surgery; horses doing their normal thing and damaging their deep flexor tendon; horses pushing down their run-ins with their itchy butts; cushings; rain, snow, rain, snow and now hair flying everywhere!!! I have never seen so much hair coming off these guys. But the light at the end of the tunnel!!! Horses are getting to their forever homes, healthy and full of life and energy. Isn’t that what it’s all about? Thanks to everyone who made it possible and really a special thanks to those that kept encouraging me to put one foot in front of the other. I think we have learned some valuable lessons. You can’t trust everyone, but you can trust a few; Always assume horses will be sick and plan for it by having quarantine places lined up and enough money to pay for more it; We can’t save them all and have to slow down a little. But I see so many happy endings that I know it is worth it. Rescue Works!!!