The MSSPA’s Impact

The MSSPA’s Impact

Supporters like you have made 150 years of saving horses possible at the MSSPA. Thank you.

Your help contributed to these life-saving impacts in 2021:

158 Horses Benefited from MSSPA Services

  • 73 horses received rehabilitation services or were maintained
  • 8 equines in foster care
  • 48 horses were listed on Maine Horse Matchmaker
  • 29 horses were provided with emergency support from the Society’s Feed & Care Bank

27 Horses Adopted Out

MSSPA horses Sarah, Daphne, Caspian, Rita, Jenko, Romeo, Dexter, Jackie, Dusty, Buddy, Pippin, Jazzy, Pearl, Apollo, Tony, Willow, Loretta, Duke, Amir, Bentley, Kate, Sadie, Rocky, Otis, Oscar, Odin, and Delilah went to their new homes.

 

Where Are They Now Adoption Stories

Horses Available for Adoption

$838,076+ Raised

Over $605,076 in individual donations, which includes the MSSPA’s annual Buy-A-Bale campaign, and more than $233,000 in grant funding.

Over $65,000 in goods and services were donated to the Society.

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1,750+ Program Participants

More than 1,500 visitors participated in 440 scheduled visits to the shelter. Those thankful to have the opportunity to visit with the horses gifted the program with over $9,742 in donations.

Youth programs impacted over 250 students, including 20+ field trips to the farm.

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142+ Active Volunteers

Individuals and groups from the community and residents from the Southern Maine Women’s Re-entry Center donated 7,002+ hours of service at the shelter.

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The MSSPA was privileged to have coverage of the Neglected 20 herd and the Maine Three’s return to the wild documented by News Center Maine. Former 207 anchor Peggy Keyser and Emmy-winning photojournalist Kirk Cratty spent several days at the farm over the course of a year to tell the story of these rescued horses. Watch the journey full circle, from the 20 horses arriving at the farm on July 14, 2021, to the release of the Maine Three mustangs back into the wild at Skydog Sanctuary in Oregon on June 20, 2022.

 

Thank you for supporting rescued horses. We truly could not do it without YOU!