As one organization we can do so little;
Together we can do so much!
Collaborating with others gives us the opportunity to have a greater impact on our community, and as a result, help even more people and horses every day!
In 2011 Bedford County and Brook Hill Farm joined together to provide rescue services to horses in need. This agreement ensures that all horses donated from the county will receive immediate care including feed, medical attention, rehabilitation and foster care as set forth in Brook Hill Farm’s policies.
Nevada came to us through Animal Control. With lots of groceries and TLC, he is now with a young lady who will love and take care of him through our free lease program.
The Virginia Alliance of Equine Rescue Organizations was created by Brook Hill Farm and White Bird Appaloosa Horse Rescue to unite the non-profit rescues or shelters in Virginia that care for horses in need. Rescuing horses is expensive, stressful, and requires lots of hard work. In order to better share our resources, network and support each other, Brook Hill Farm and White Bird Appaloosa have come together to create this organization.
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Led by White Bird Appaloosa Horse Rescue, the following rescues helped with this huge rescue operation in Northern Virginia: Traveller's Rest Equine Elders Sanctuary, Brook Hill Farm, Blue Horse Mukwa, Central Virginia Horse Rescue, Lily Pond Foal Rescue, Middleburg Humane Foundation and the Cleveland Armory Black Beauty Ranch of Murchison, TX. We thank each and every one for coming together to create a safe place for these horses to heal!