Welcome to Flurry’s Hope Blind Horse Rescue!
Flurry’s Hope is named after Flurry, a blind horse that was given to Dr. Emilie Storch. This horse became an excellent mount but died suddenly in May of 2007. Because of her experience with Flurry, Emilie realized that wonderful horses were being killed just because they were blind. The blindness did not hinder their abilities to be ridden and enjoyed. Flurry’s Hope began with the vision to rescue these horses and now wants to raise public awareness of their ability to be excellent horses to ride.
The mission of Flurry’s Hope is to show the treasure in blind horses and their potential for riding. We offer help to others in learning how to care for and train their blind horses. We are located on 30 beautiful acres at the corner of Lowe and Sharp Roads in Madison, NC. Our ministry is not only to provide a sanctuary for blind horses, but all kinds of second chances happen here!
Considering a Donation?
Our work is supported only by donations from caring people like you. Donations to Second Chance Ranch will help fund further public awareness and help for blind horses. We are a 501(c)3 organization and your donations are tax deductible. Read more..