Manes and Tails Organization keeps the horses until they regain their health, are retrained to be Dressage horses and safe and reliable. Manes and Tails does not sell the horses (which I personally think is admirable but this does not increase revenues for the Organization). Manes and Tails 'Free Leases" the horses for their own protection; if a lessee wants to send a horse back, they can.
Manes and Tails Organization incorporated in New Jersey, NOT MAINE) is only about the animals and I have seen this first hand from the first horse rescued in 1995 to the most recent. There have only been three horses that have been in good health when Manes and Tails Organization took them. These horses are Willie, the 20 year old Quarterhorse who is the so called 'Mascot' and designated babysitter for the new rescues, then there was Callie who was a jet black Thoroughbred who had been beaten in his stall with an axe handle when he was a Steeplechaser in North Carolina, and finally there is Willow who is a Thoroughbred mare but needs an advanced rider with experience with Thoroughbreds.
I am going to donate to Manes and Tails Organization most likely in October when I have some disposable income available.
I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...
Ways to make it better...
If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...
Charge some type of fee, but they won't!
Was your donation impactful?
How likely is it that you would recommend that a friend donate to this group?
How likely are you to donate to this group again?
What specific problem, purpose, priority, or project prompted your gift?
Seeing every single horse the Manes and Tails Organization has rescued and transformed from either near death due to neglect and abuse, and transforming horses that did not trust humans to trust again.
Why did you make your donation at this time?
I had some disposable income at the time.
What would you tell others about this organization?
Please donate, not a single penny is unaccounted for and donors can be sure that every cent goes to the horses.
When was your last experience with this nonprofit?