Don't let positive ratings from just a few deceive you. While some of the workers there are well-meaning, check thoroughly any information you receive from the manager. She sometimes lies.
I volunteer at Epona at least once a week sometimes more. They are really great the horses are all well taken care of. They take in a lot of horses that nobody would take in and do all they can even if that means taking them into the house. Recently we had a wild mare die and leave behind a foal Lynn tried numerous things including a surrogate but it didn't work but she put the foal in with our minis and she took right to them like they were a family. I put a pic of them on here. It's wonderful I can't afford horses but love them and I'm able to help the horses and fulfill my love of horses so thank you Epona.
Epona is a home away from home for me while I'm attending college! It never ceases to brighten my day to volunteer out there. The transformation that you see in the horses that come into the rescue is remarkable from the first day when they are emaciated or terrified of people to healthy, loving horses. Epona truly is a haven for both horses and people.
Coming to Lincoln from a rural area to attend college was exciting, but I missed being able to be outside or in the barn, but most importantly, I missed horses. Epona has become my favorite pastime as I'm able to work with horses that deserve a second chance at a good life. Lin and Larry are magnificent people who have the biggest hearts when it comes to helping these horses.
I am so so so grateful to Lin and Epona Horse Rescue. I volunteered as a college student and this rescue helped to open my eyes to all of the wonderful horses in the world that just needed a little help tI get back on their feet. I watched Lin rehab horses with a variety of behavioral problems time and time again. She showed me that all they need is a little love, patience, and understanding to live up to their full potential. I watched horses come in completely terrified of humans and leave a few weeks later to their forever homes calm and happy to finally be loved. I've seen horses come in looking like walking skeletons and Epona horse rescue nursed them back to health. The world can be an ugly place but places like Epona Horse Rescue provide a light and comfort for some of the suffering animals out there. Thank you thank you thank you Epona for all that you do.
Epona has made a huge, positive impact in our lives!
I chose this non-profit organization to donate to after reading and seeing all they do for horses here in Nebraska. To give so much of your life to the betterment of these animals with very little support stands out as a miracle. My wish is that everyone could take just 5 minutes to see all they do and I know they would feel the same way I do and want to help Epona in anyway they can.
Thank you Epona from all the horses you have saved.
Epona Horse Rescue is the best I have volunteered out there and it is truly amazing, there hearts are so big and they do all they can for the horses no matter what, they are always willing to jump in and lend a hand. I am glad to call myself a volunteer of Epona Horse Rescue.
It is remarkable to watch the transformation of these rescued horses. Plus it is so rewarding to see the wonderful adoption stories. The love they give to these horses is remarkable not to mention the lengths they go to for the special vet care and surgeries that are done. You ROCK EPONA!!!!!
I had an opportunity to visit this rescue and was totally impressed with all they do for horses! I was captivated by the horses I met and the caring staff and volunteers. I enjoy reading about their new rescues and the adoption successes. I hope to volunteer there someday after retirement.
Epona is so loving, so smart, and so forward looking. They squeeze the most opportunity for their rescues out of every communication and every dollar. They are a great regional asset, and great educators to boot. Thank God for Epona Horse Rescue. I wish we had them in every region of the USA.