John Steinbeck - A man on a horse is spiritually, as well as physically, bigger than a man on foot
Welcome to the Black Feather Horse Rescue Website!
The mission and passion of this rescue is to find abused and neglected animals, particular horses. To give them a loving and healing home, earn their trust, care for their needs and when possible find them new loving homes. Some of the horses will live out their lives here at the rescue due to age, illness, or their job here. To continue the circle of love, sharing and giving, we invite sick and special needs children and their families to Black Feather Horse Rescue so they can enjoy the company of the horse and beautiful woodlands with pine trees, clean air and streams of trout we raise. We also bring our mini horses on visits to the elderly. It is our hope that, even if just for a short time, sickness and sadness are left behind.
We are a 501 (c) non-profit organization that has been in operation for over six years. To date, we have been blessed to help over 30 horses. We couldn't do this without the kindness and support of all the Friends of Black Feather Horse Rescue! Thank you so much for your continued support. All of our Equine Earth Angels appreciate everything you do for us!
I hope this finds you well. I also hope a wonderful and Happy Thanksgiving was had by all.
I am very thankful for so very much,
This amazing place that I call home, that has been in my family for over 100 years, has allowed me to house this rescue for over 10 years now.
For loving the horses, and helping so many people, through them, whenever I can.
I am so very thankful for the people that do rescue work in any and every way!
I am so grateful for all of you!
Donations, volunteers, sales, prayers and people that just plain care.
Love, Respect & Gratitude
and all the Earth Angels at BFHR
Please understand we love to see you but cannot handle unscheduled visits at this time
Please call 508-951-4685 to schedule a visit
Mini Meet Santa
December 5th 11-1 at the Pier in Marshfield
Earth Angels Documentary
A GREAT BIG THANK YOU TO: