Gina Brown is a hero to the more than 400 horses she has rescued since she founded the Spring Hill Horse Rescue farm in Clarendon eight years ago. She rehabilitates horses that have been abused, getting them ready for adoption. Gina practices natural horsemanship, says The Rutland Herald, which requires best cialis online pharmacy that horses stay outside unless they are sick. They also eat only hay when they are healthy and don’t wear shoes because they are constrictive to hooves. The Spring Hill Equine Humane Society is a new program that offers the same services to horses that a humane society would offer to dogs or cats. “We keep them in their most natural environment possible,” says Gina. Find your new best 4-legged friend at www.springhillrescue.com.
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