A beautiful farm with retired, abused or abandoned horses. Take I-75 to exit #399 then go north on 441, turn right immediately after Santa Fe High School, then it is two more right turns by following signs. The farm backs up against I-75. GPS will give you wrong directions.
This is a wonderful attraction for all ages! They have carrots you can buy there or bring your own. Also there is one horse who does not have teeth, bring him a banana. He cannot eat carrots because of his dental issue. They don't sell bananas there. Some horses are skinny, this is because they are either a new arrival or they're just elderly and get skinny in old age like humans. They are happy here though you can just sense it and feel it.
It will bring tears to your eyes how much these gentle giants appreciate your visit. They love to be petted and talked to. It is best to go right when they open to the public at 11am on Saturday so eat a big breakfast and bring a bottle of water for yourself and wear comfortable walking shoes. There are benches to rest or just watch these amazing animals. If you go at 2pm it tends to get pretty crowded, so 11 is ideal, plus the horses haven't had all those carrots yet :) The horses are well behaved and not aggressive at all. Bring kids, elderly, anyone will love this. I saw some mentally challenged adults there and it really brought them a lot of joy feeding and interacting with the horses.
Consider giving a donation, this is a charitable organization. You can write it off on your taxes too.
I drove 2 hours each way just to go here. It was well worth the drive.
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