The MSSPA’s Impact

The MSSPA’s Impact

Supporters like you make saving horses possible at the MSSPA. Thank you.

Your kindness contributed to these life-saving impacts in 2022:

134 Horses Protected

32 Horses Adopted

MSSPA horses Tater Tot, Oakley, Zeus, Eva, Windy River, Poppy, Pickles, Blossom, Diana, Anna, Clover, Peanut, Louie, Tripp, Izzy, Arabian Breeze, Nesbit, Pokey, Caesar, Penny, Timm, Nellie, Rolo, Pebbles, Duke, Ellie, Shamrock, Houdini, Holly, Scarlet, and Leo went to their new homes.

Ducky, Sunny, Fuego, Ruby, and Sara were transferred to the New Hampshire SPCA where they found adoptive homes.


Horses Available for Adoption

$1 million+ Raised

Fundraising efforts include individual donations through campaigns like Buy-A-Bale, grant funding, and donated goods and services.

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1,900+ Program Participants

Visitors to the farm participated in scheduled visits, youth field trips, and Horsing Around Saturdays to celebrate 150 years of saving horses.

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8,543+ Volunteer Hours

Includes hours by residents from the Southern Maine Women’s Re-Entry Center, individual community volunteers, and school, corporate, and civic groups.


Compassionate supporters like you make this life-saving work possible.


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.