This organization does a fantastic job caring for and rehabilitating neglected and abused horses. The condition of some of the beautiful animals they take in is just appalling, but with the love and care they get, in a relatively short period of time you would not know it is the same horse. When the horses are back in good physical condition, new homes are found for them with families who will give the love and care they deserve.
Several months ago I donated my Arabian gelding to this organization. Not only did they find a great new home for him, but they spent a lot of time with me on the phone and again in person during the entire process. This is a well run organization and I feel great knowing that my horse is in a safe home with someone who can care for him. Th peace of mind I get in knowing that is priceless to me.
I have followed the Midwest Horse Welfare Foundation on the internet for years, donating money when I can. I couldn't wait to go see their farm and see the horses. Their website always used to state when they were closed for the weekend. So I tried to make an appointment one day (in advance) to go see the farm, sent several emails and called several times but no one returned any of my correspondence. So I was in the area and stopped at the farm without an appointment and the owner called me the next day and really chewed me out. It was in very poor taste. I no longer check their website and will never donate any money to them again. I hope they treat their horse better than they treat people.