THE ROAD AHEAD

THE HORSES WE SAVE

   EVERY HORSE MATTERS.     SAVE A LIFE.     DONATE TODAY.  

Rescue, retrain and rehome at risk horses facing neglect, abuse, and possible slaughter.

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There are many ways to help: work with the horses, transport, barn/property maintenance, etc.
As a growing 501(c)(3) nonprofit we are in great need of donations and supplies.

Change lives – one horse  and one person at a time. OFER's Phase 2 objective is to help horses and humans heal together through a nuture and be nurtured therapeutic approach. This phase is in development and coming in 2017. > Learn more

All horses deserve the same safe and happy life. While our focus is on at risk horses within Westchester, NY & Fairfield, CT counties, we are already part of a strong network helping horses in the surrounding areas. > Meet our horses

OUR FARM EQUINE RESCUE

Changing the Face and Future of the Unwanted Horse

RESCUE      REHABILITATE      REHOME

A TRAGIC REALITY

At risk horses are everywhere and it's a horrific problem we can no longer ignore. There are over 170,000 unwanted horses in the U.S. It's time to give back to these beautiful creatures that have given us so much. > Learn about equine abuse

Our Farm Equine Rescue, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to saving lives by accepting horses who are in immediate harm's way. Many of these horses have been abused, neglected, abandoned, and headed for slaughter. Our Farm brings them back to health physically and mentally.

Our Farm focuses on custom rehabilitation programs for every rescue to provide viable horses with the care and training they need to prepare them for adoption. Our Farm's goal is to place every horse into a safe and forever home.

We can't save them all... but with your help, we can save many.

Our Farm has many new things happening this year! Please keep checking back to this site and our Facebook page for frequent updates.

 Become a Rescue Ambassador! It's easy and helps provide care

for a rescue horse throughout the year.