Horseback Carolers Herald the Holiday

December 12th, 2017|Categories: News|Tags: , |

The holiday season is upon us, colorful lights brighten evening commutes, pine wreaths welcome us at every doorway, ornaments and tinsel adorn the trees in our living rooms. The holidays fill our senses perhaps none more than holiday sounds, particularly songs. This past weekend, residents of Fox Crossing, Wisconsin were serenaded by carolers, better yet, carolers [...]

A Rescued Pony’s Fairy Tale

May 22nd, 2017|Categories: News|Tags: , , |

In 2010 the RSPCA rescued a group of neglected Dartmoor ponies from a rural farm in England. Among the group was a filthy, emaciated two-year-old named Roy. Two-year-old Roy rescued by the RSPCA Four years later Roy found his forever home with Zara Johnstone-Evans and her six-year-old son Toby. Roy had little training but [...]

The Most “Bear-able” Friendship!

December 8th, 2016|Categories: Features|Tags: , , |

May 2013 a small bay foal was born at the Dartmoor National Park and rejected by his mother. A concerned farmer found him and phone The Mare and Foal Sanctuary for help. Only a few hours old, he was hungry and trying unsuccessfully to suckle from other mares in the herd. Sanctuary workers rushed to the [...]

She Could Have Picked Any Horse, But She Chose This One

December 7th, 2016|Categories: Features|Tags: , |

When her husband offered to buy her a horse, it might have sounded like a fairy tale come true for Kimberly Lewis. But in the end, Lewis settled for the one horse whose life was more like the opposite of a fairy tale. Something, in fact, closer to a nightmare. After looking at several horses and [...]