It’s estimated that thousands of horses leave the U.S. every year for slaughterhouses in either Mexico or Canada. Many of those horses have been neglected and forgotten with nowhere else to go. But in Howard County, there’s a 60 acre farm where some extraordinary efforts are giving a second life to horses from around the country that might, otherwise, be on their last leg.
BALTIMORE, Maryland — “The Last of the Mohicans” is how Donald Savoy III described the remaining handful of arabbers left in Baltimore on a sunny Wednesday, while watching a fellow horse-drawn cart vendor load up with fresh fruit and vegetables.…
Day’s End Rescue Horse Farm takes in neglected and abused horses for rehabilitation and training. However the poor economy has decreased the number of horses they’re able to adopt out, leaving them struggling for adequate space to house about 70 horses.