Freedom Hill Horse Rescue
- to help horses that come from unfortunate circumstances be "Free to Live Again!" through rescue, rehabilitation, re-training, and re-homing.
- to restore respectful horsemanship, humane treatment, and the heritage of the horse.
- to educate communities about horses, horse rescue, horsemanship, and the proper care and treatment of horses.
- to give the horses the best quality care while they are with us.
- to empower our volunteers by training them and educating them about horse psychology and behavior and proper horse handling.
- to follow the philosophy, principles, and techniques of various "natural horsemanship" practitioners with the horses that come through the rescue because we believe it is the best way to become a better horse person and establish trust, leadership, and respect with our four-legged friends in a way that they understand.
- to mentor children and youth through the world of horses.
- to enrich the lives of individuals, children, youth, families, and groups through our educational programs about the equine industry, its history and the agricultural aspect of caring for horses.
Freedom Hill Horse Rescue does not discriminate in its programs or activities on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin, ancestry, age, religion or religious creed, disability or handicap, sex or gender, gender identity and/or expression, sexual orientation, marital status, military or veteran status, genetic information, or any other characteristic protected under applicable federal, state, or local law.
Freedom Hill Horse Rescue is dedicated to rescuing horses from neglect, abuse, abandonment, and slaughter. We strive to improve the lives of horses by providing a safe haven for healing and rehabilitation, while working with our equine partners to educate, inspire, and improve the lives of youth and their families.
To meet a growing need for rescue and sanctuary services in southern Maryland and develop Educational and Equine-Assisted Learning programs, which partners rehabilitated equines with youth and their families.