Beech Brook Farm Equine Rescue
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Our mission is to save equines from neglect and abusive situations and transition them to loving forever homes.

Our 501c3 nonprofit rescue is a small volunteer based rescue that specializes in gaited breeds (Tennessee Walking horse, Rocky Mountain horse, Missouri Fox Trotter, Paso etc.). We also rescue "long ears" (donkeys, mules). We rescue from auction and occasionally accept owner surrenders. For information on surrendering, please click HERE. For information about our rescue policy, please click HERE. For more information on our nonprofit status and other details, please see ABOUT US.

It is only with your support and donations that we are able to save, rehabilitate and re-home the horses. Please consider making a life-saving donation today. In doing so you are helping to save a horse's life.  
"Heeeeey you there! We need a new home!"

The property that BBFER has been leasing is up for sale, and Sheba and the gang need a new place to park their asses (so to speak). Without a property, they won't be able to help us humans rescue needy equines and transition them to new homes. If we can't find a new place very soon, BBFER will have to shut down. 

Click HERE to visit our crowdfunding page.
EXCITING NEWS! This year's MANE EVENT, our cocktail evening and silent auction at Mystic Aquarium, will be held 7-9:30 pm on Thursday, AUGUST 25. Better yet, an anonymous donor has offered to MATCH every winning bid over $50. So please buy your tickets now, and join us on the day to bid on art, pottery, accessories, and more! Please click here for flier.

BUY YOUR TICKETS NOW-only $25 (for pre-sale, $30 at the door), which includes exclusive access to the aquarium, nibbles, and more.  


Please join us in welcoming two new horses to the herd: STAR was part of a local animal control seizure case, while COSMOS was rescued from auction. Both of them have been evaluated by a trainer, and are available for adoption at this time! 

Thank you all for helping us help these horses, donkeys and minis! To stay up to date, please follow us on Facebook and sign up for our NEWSLETTER.