Not long ago, we posted that we had important news to share in the coming days. We can finally tell you the first of our exciting announcements!!!

HWH is proud to share with you, our followers, that we are the winners of The Right Horse Initiative’s Take the Wheel Challenge! Because of all of our hard work to raise awareness for horses in transition, adoption and equine rescue, we will soon be the new owner’s of a 2019 Ford F250 XLT Diesel Extended cab pick up truck and a Featherlight 3 horse gooseneck trailer.
The contest ran from March through October and challenged Rescue’s all across the country to come up with new and different ways to educate and bring awareness to the public about the many options for horses who find themselves lacking a human partner.

During this time period, you may have noticed a great increase in the number of our social medial posts, public appearances and educational engagements. We hope that you found this media splash informative and entertaining. We certainly did our best to be innovative and get out there and meet some new people.

Just a few of the highlights of our past few months are… Several segments on local TV including the The Ilene Silverman Show and many spots on WCJB TV20 News. We developed a relationship with Louisa Barton of The Horse Talk Show and were given a weekly appearance time slot to showcase a rescue horse in need of a forever home. We grew our YouTube entries multiple times over and created the HWH Blog on our website.

Our awareness tour took our rescue horses to many local towns and businesses, the beach, on a pub-crawl, for morning coffee, trick or treating in High Springs, to a farm market, 4-H and FFA meetings, to the Rotary Club, the bank, tack shops, horse shows and even the gas station to fill up. All while handing out information and talking to folks about Horses Without Humans and The Right Horse Initiative. Each day when chores where done, we loaded up and hit the road with many of our rescue ambassadors to meet new people.

We did all of this in the midst of a busy summer show season and taking in 19 starved horses, who would be later known as The Bone Yard, to our already at capacity Rescue

We want to thank all of you for your participation in this amazing event! We appreciate every comment, share and like of our posts and the encouraging words from people we met along the way. We talked to so many gracious people who may or may not have ever met a horse in person. We learned more than we ever anticipated and will be able to take our newfound knowledge as well as our new truck and trailer into the future to help even more horses in need.

We hope that you will continue to support our mission and join us on our journey. It will be exciting to see where we go from here!
HWH is proud to share with you, our followers, that we are the winners of The Right Horse Initiative’s Take the Wheel Challenge! Because of all of our hard work to raise awareness for horses in transition, adoption and equine rescue, we will soon be the new owner’s of a 2019 Ford F250 XLT Diesel Extended cab pick up truck and a Featherlight 3 horse gooseneck trailer.
The contest ran from March through October and challenged Rescue’s all across the country to come up with new and different ways to educate and bring awareness to the public about the many options for horses who find themselves lacking a human partner.

During this time period, you may have noticed a great increase in the number of our social medial posts, public appearances and educational engagements. We hope that you found this media splash informative and entertaining. We certainly did our best to be innovative and get out there and meet some new people.

Just a few of the highlights of our past few months are… Several segments on local TV including the The Ilene Silverman Show and many spots on WCJB TV20 News. We developed a relationship with Louisa Barton of The Horse Talk Show and were given a weekly appearance time slot to showcase a rescue horse in need of a forever home. We grew our YouTube entries multiple times over and created the HWH Blog on our website.

Our awareness tour took our rescue horses to many local towns and businesses, the beach, on a pub-crawl, for morning coffee, trick or treating in High Springs, to a farm market, 4-H and FFA meetings, to the Rotary Club, the bank, tack shops, horse shows and even the gas station to fill up. All while handing out information and talking to folks about Horses Without Humans and The Right Horse Initiative. Each day when chores where done, we loaded up and hit the road with many of our rescue ambassadors to meet new people.

We did all of this in the midst of a busy summer show season and taking in 19 starved horses, who would be later known as The Bone Yard, to our already at capacity Rescue

We want to thank all of you for your participation in this amazing event! We appreciate every comment, share and like of our posts and the encouraging words from people we met along the way. We talked to so many gracious people who may or may not have ever met a horse in person. We learned more than we ever anticipated and will be able to take our newfound knowledge as well as our new truck and trailer into the future to help even more horses in need.

We hope that you will continue to support our mission and join us on our journey. It will be exciting to see where we go from here!

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