Meet our Forever Farms
EQUUS Foundation Forever Farms
are horse farms and equestrian facilities that demonstrate a commitment to safeguarding the comfort and dignity of horses throughout their lives by:
• Adopting and providing a forever home for at least one equine rescued from abuse, neglect, the threat of slaughter, or surrendered due to owner hardship;
• Assuming the responsibility for the care and providing a temporary home for an equine foster on an ongoing basis.
Saving horses one horse at a time
With tens of thousands of America's horses confronted with abuse, neglect, and the threat of being shipped across our borders for slaughter,
the EQUUS Foundation welcomes the opportunity to applaud horse farms and equestrian facilities for adopting or fostering a horse until they are adopted or until a rescue center has space to take the horse back. Fostering is a powerful way to allow rescue centers to increase their capacity and save more lives.
Owned by Joni Werthan
Warioto Farm Inc.
, based in Frankin, Tennessee, is the the first of what we hope will be many horse farms and equestrian facilities across the United States to partner with the EQUUS Foundation to protect America’s horses and strengthen the bond between horses and people.
May 2018 --> Read more here
A Carriage Horse Named Max Finds His Forever Home at the EQUUS Foundation's First Forever Farm
Owned by Andrew, Olivia, and Storey Alcorta
December 2020 --> Read more here
Storeybrook Farm Recognized as EQUUS Foundation Forever Farm. It All Started with Tag #6561!
Contact us here
to find out how your farm can be an
EQUUS Foundation Forever Farm.