Anastasia founded Hope for Horses Equine Rescue, Inc. nine years ago because of her desire to help animals. During this time, the rescue has placed over 500 horses and 40 dogs. Anastasia is now taking that desire to an even higher level by studying to become a veterinarian. She has been accepted into Texas A&M's College of Veterinary Medicine, and she began her veterinary classes on August 22, 2011.
As a result, we will be running the rescue out of foster homes without the central location in Blue Ridge. Anastasia will still be overseeing and taking an active part in the rescue; but, with foster homes taking care of the horses on a daily basis, she will have time to devote to her studies. Since Anastasia has moved to College Station to attend vet school, her house and land in Blue Ridge (which have been the primary location of the rescue) are for sale. Although the structure of the rescue will be different, Hope for Horses Equine Rescue is, and will continue to be, a functioning rescue.
We need your help to find adoptive and foster homes for the 15 rescue horses and three dogs that are currently located in Blue Ridge. If you have ever thought of adopting or fostering a rescue horse, now is the time to act! We need to place all of these horses and dogs as soon as possible, and we are counting on our supporters to help us. One of the other directors has stepped up and is staying at Anastasia’s property temporarily until all of the horses are either adopted or placed into foster homes. This only a temporary solution as she cannot stay there indefinitely, which is why we need your help. If you have land and can take in even one horse or pony, please help us!
Contact Anastasia for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org