Hasty's Haven Horse Rescue
A Place Where Compassion, Understanding and Love Provide the Foundation for Hope and a New Life
About Hasty's Haven
What we do
Here at Hasty's Haven, equine welfare is our primary concern. Our mission is to rescue as many nurse mare foals and other neglected, abused and abandoned horses as we can in order to find them a loving home and saving them from a tragic end.
During their stay with us, we work hard to make sure each horse is given proper medical care, nourishment and loving attention. Coming to Hasty's Haven provides them a safe environment and for the first time in their lives they are treated the way they deserve.
Who we are
Hasty's Haven Inc. is an all volunteer 501c3 non-profit organization dedicated to saving the lives of horses, yearlings and foals that were bound for slaughter, victims of starvation, neglect, abandonment and abuse. To date, Hasty's Haven Inc. has helped many Nurse Mare Foals as well as adult horses using our own funds and small donations from friends.
We've dedicated the past several years to helping change the lives of horses who were bound for grave endings and with your help and support, we can do more.
Why we do it
Horses give us their heart and soul and to disregard or dispose of these beautiful creatures is a violation of that horse as a living being as well as a violation of our ethical and moral compass. Our mission is based on the realization that we have a moral obligation to help these amazing animals that have suffered at the hands of cruel and indifferent people. People who who abuse and neglect them and even kill them in order to sell them for food.
If you're contemplating purchasing a horse, please consider adopting a rescue horse. We have many different breeds, with different disciplines that are looking for a forever home. Contact us for more information.
You can help
Our work may not change the world, but it will make a difference in how animal welfare is viewed and fought for in the future. Please help us continue this fight against cruelty.
Please help us help them.
In the months of January and February we have taken in 4 new rescues from auctions which are frequented by kill buyers who are acquiring horses to be sent to slaughter.
It is moments like this that guide these foals new beginnings. There is no substitute for love and affection.
Turkey is a pony that we welcomed into our rescue earlier this year when he found himself homeless.
These babies are getting used to their new surroundings.
What do I do with all this space!?
Getting to know each other.
These girls think we should get a tractor instead of utilizing child labor. They sure do work hard!
Roxy immediately took to the new guys and offered her protection