Casey's Safe Haven celebrating 10th anniversary with 'Down on the Farm' event Oct. 7
For the last decade, Casey's Safe Haven, NFP has taken in, given shelter, and provided new lives to equine that others would not and could not.
They will be celebrating 10 years of saving equine of all shapes and sizes with the "Down on the Farm" open house event on Saturday, Oct. 7.
The "Down on the Farm" event will feature live music, barbeque on site from Dave's Slow Food truck, raffle, vendor tables, and a chance to meet domestically and internationally acclaimed author, clinician, and horse trainer Mitchell Bornstein.
Guests will also take a guided walking tour of the barn, grounds, and pastures and will have the opportunity to meet the stars of the show: the equine.
It will be 11:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at the equine center, 8N005 Route 47 in Maple Park.
Current and permanent residents at Casey's include several ponies rescued from very sad conditions at pony farms, blind horses, abused horses, horses with what were deemed untreatable/unmanageable medical conditions, and Prince -- the horse who spent 10 years locked in a stall with no exposure to light, the elements, people, or other equine and has since made a remarkable recovery.
Casey's Safe Haven, NFP is an Illinois licensed horse rescue, approved Illinois charitable organization, and a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit charitable organization.
Learn more by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or visiting www.caseyssafehaven.org.