Can You be HERO and Adopt a Horse?
(Winston-Salem, NC) “H.E.R.O.”, the Horse Education and Rescue Organization now has three horses ready for adoption. Located in the Piedmont Triad, “H.E.R.O.” is committed to educating the public about the proper care of equines, and to prevent abuse, neglect and abandonment. “H.E.R.O.” takes custody of abused and neglected equines for rehabilitation, so that they can then be placed in loving foster care, and eventually forever homes.
“Flame, Tiara and Scarlett are ready to go to a wonderful home right now,” said ‘H.E.R.O.’ board member Michelle Bednar. “All three have wonderful personalities. Scarlett is young and a bit headstrong, so she’ll need a patient, experienced rider. Flame is on a special diet, and not suitable for riding, but he can be a great pasture mate. Tiara is still learning and needs an experienced rider.”
“H.E.R.O.”, founded in 2007, is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, and is 100% volunteer-operated.
If you are interested in adopting a horse, or want to make a donation to help H.E.R.O. sustain its mission, please visit www.heroequinerescue.org