Due to the special needs of senior horses some are deemed permanent residents at Remember Me. They will all live out there days and never be unwanted again. We need your help to continue to care for the special needs of these older horses.
Be Bop Baby is a survivor of the 2012 Charles Ford starvation case in Many, LA. She was nearly starved to death at his breedeing farm where dozens of others suffered that horrible fate. She is now healthy, happy and a permanent resident of Remember Me Rescue.
Tricky Prospect was born March 5, 1998 with high hopes of being a champion. After his lackluster 3 start career came to an end he was donated to a college breeding program where he remained for many years. In 2016 Tricky was taken to an auction, a common practice to disburse horses from public programs. We ensured his safety and brought him to RMR to live out his days. He is no longer a breeding stallion, but a happy gelding.
Ohbeegeewhyen is a 19 year old, chestnut mare that earned over $220,000 on the track. She was a successful broodmare and she is now living at Remember Me Rescue as a permanent resident. Ohbee was recently diagnosed with moon blindiness and is being treated by our vet. This is a condition that will never go away and she always appreciates any help.
These horses have very special and expense needs. We need your help to continue to provide quality care for them. Please consider making a one time donation in their honor or joining TEAM RESTART and become a monthly sponsor.
a monthly donation program to help us continue to care for our seniors
Click on their pictures to learn more about each horse and how they got to Remember Me.
Be Bop Baby, a survivor from the Charles Ford Hell Farm 2012
We will provide for all of their special needs but we need your help to do so. Please consider making a donation in their honor.
Consider Joining Team Restart
Your monthly donation will help us provide care and training for retired racehorses while we search for wonderful homes. It also helps us continue to care for the horses who will live out there days here at RMR.