I volunteered and I was shocked at the condition of their horses. Many were very thin, others were wearing halters that did not fit, and had them hanging off one ear. All the horses had very long hooves that showed no regular hoof care. To add to the dismal conditions, some mares had foals and some appeared to be in-foal. I was treated well, but had to listen to long winded tales about how great these horses were, and it was really sad to see that while there were many obviously expensive projects going on---like a HUGE metal gazebo and a large metal horse sculpture--no real funding was going to the animals in the form of basic, necessary care--like feed, de-worming and hoof care. As far as continued efforts to volunteer, I was rudely dismissed by one of the female family members. It is clear this is a 'relative only' club, even though none of them appear to really help out.
WARNING: DON'T WASTE YOUR TIME OR MONEY ON THIS GROUP! :(
Review from Guidestar