Freedom Hill Horse Rescue

Hi! I’m Maggie. The little brown pony, approximately 12H, estimated age - somewhere over 30 years old.  I came from the Davidsonville Wildlife Sanctuary when they closed with my pal Roxie, {who passed away in March of 2020}.  I miss her a lot but my foster mom takes good care of me and I have some goats as pasture pals now.  I still have a little pep in my step and love attention. Gentle and loving with soulful eyes.  Because of my age, my teeth are worn down and my hay needs to be shredded so I can eat properly.

Currently at off-site foster home with Liz C.
My Bronze Horse Angel Sponsor is Janice S!


Delilah is a Quarter Horse mare born in 1997.  She is a beautiful cremello color with a possible champagne gene with green/blue eyes and stands at 15.2 hands.  Delilah was found abandoned along with four other horses and taken in by Freedom Hill Horse Rescue (FHHR) in early 2017.  She has rounded ears due to frostbite on the tips earlier in her life.   Delilah has past western riding experience.  Delilah is an absolute sweetheart to ride.  She stands well for the vet, farrier and does well being trailered.  Delilah would be best suited for light riding as she has some arthritis which is managed with daily medication.  She loves children and she loves to take naps!

Adoption Fee: $250

​My Horse Angel Sponsor is Marcie S.


River is a very handsome 19 year old Tennessee Walker gelding standing at 16 hands with lots of trail and arena experience.  A very loving, soulful, and sensitive boy who deserves a special someone to love him back.  He was treated for EPM and Lymes in 2018 , and we can happily say he is currently doing very well and is asymptomatic.  He is being ridden and refreshed with groundwork weekly.

Not available for adoption.

​Currently being fostered on-site by Jen and Carrigan W and Emma C.!

My horse angel sponsors are Diane H and Rachel D!

Dawson, born in 1994, is a 16hh Thoroughbred,  came to us in 2015 when he was retired from a rigorous lesson and jumping program.  Dawson has a wonderful temperament and has been a very willing partner in the Equine-Assisted Learning and educational programs at the rescue. He is a delight to ride, knows it all, has done it all.  He requires an intermediate level rider as he can have some separation anxiety from his herd mates. He can walk/trot with minimal cantering. Due to his previous years as a lesson horse, he would be best suited to a non-jumping home.  

Adoption Fee: $250.
Currently being fostered on site by Jaylee C!

Fiona (Princess Fifi)

She is a very sweet 30+ year old mini rescue by FHHR from an auction in January of 2007. Fiona has a congenital condition called Kyphosis (a humped back). It has never seemed to cause her pain and she will sometimes even trot about the pasture when happy or excited! She has developed Cushings in her later years but keeping her clipped, groomed regularly and on medication, she is comfortable and happy. Princess Fifi is a super love bug and enjoys cuddling; loves getting attention from children. Her current residence is an off site foster home where she is spoiled daily by her foster mom, Brenda and her pasture mate, FHHR adoptee, Jack.


Hi everyone! My name is Apollo, I am a 25 year old Registered American Quarterhorse. I have lots of western pleasure show and therapeutic riding experience under my saddle. I am also pretty cuddly and super sweet! I have developed some seasonal allergies but hey who doesn't have those?! Don't let my age fool you, I still enjoy participating and seeing all the wonderful people who come to the programs that are held at Freedom Hill. 

Not available for adoption. Currently being fostered by Liz C!

My Bronze Horse Angel Sponsor Sharon F.

Our Horses

These horses are looking for their forever home. Once they find the perfect match, spaces will open up for more horses to live at the rescue.  If you are interested in meeting a specific horse, please contact us at 

Note: Our horses will only be adopted out within an approximate 60 mile radius of Dunkirk, MD. Horses are herd animals and need their own kind to live with.  Horses will not be adopted out to homes where they will be an only horse unless stated.