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Kentucky: DreamCatcher Stables Equine Rescue and Sanctuary
Posted on Saturday, September 17 @ 15:18:35 CDT by donna

Horse Adoption and Rescue
545 Tunnel Ridge Road
Stearns, KY  42647
(606) 376-2533

http://www.dreamcatcherstables.net/


 
DreamCatcher Stables, Inc. is an equine rescue and sanctuary located in SE Kentucky.  Often horses are donated to us.  Many times we acquire them at slaughter auctions.


We are in the process of applying for a 501(c)(3) for tax exempt status.
We have several well bred Tennessee Walking Horse stallions standing at stud to help pay the feed and vet bills.  If you decide to breed to one of our stallions, your fee may be tax deductible!  View the stallions we have standing at stud.  Three of the four stallions were rescue horses.  All are registered and bloodtyped.
We have a few broodmares that produce a few well bred, naturally gaited Tennessee Walking Horse foals.  These foals are for sale to good homes. 
Any horse in need is welcome here.  We take horses that are older, blind, have medical problems,  neglected or no longer wanted.  Needless to say, many of them require vet services, medications and specialized feed supplements.  We usually go through 150 pounds of grain per day and approximately 10 to 12 tons of hay per year.  This is in addition to the 50 acres of pasture we have.


 
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