The Lacey Foundation is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit corporation dedicated to the care of equines and other helpless animals.
Our mission is to save, defend, protect and rehabilitate horses in need. The Lacey Foundation rescues mistreated, neglected or abandoned equines and provides them with care, rehabilitation, training and ultimately placement in a loving home.
If suitable homes are not found, The Lacey Foundation will provide permanent sanctuary for our rescued animals
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The last several years have been incredible at The Lacey Foundation! In 2011 we welcomed Chester, a 32 year old Quarterhorse gelding, Miraj, a 16 year old sweet Arabian mare, Mia, a 17 year old beautiful Arabian mare, Cody, a handsome 28 year old Percheron mix, Sophie, a 17 year old stunning black Percheron mare and Ms. Pepe, a 26 year old Morgan mare who arrived with a broken pelvis, but has since been able to return to pasture.
In 2012 we received Gracie a lovely 9 year old Quarterhorse who has a badly injured leg and needs care and time to mend as well as Blues, a darling 18 year old Clydesdale mare with ringbone and Roanie, a 28 year old Quarterhorse gelding, who is quite the ladies’ man and also the lovely Layla.
In 2013 we added Tiki, an adorable Palomino mare who is beyond cute and very sweet. TLF also added another sanctuary for neglected animals in the Southeast Florida, and we continue to collaborate with a wonderful charity in the Pacific Northwest.
Our first Florida based equine rescue was Blaze, a stunning fellow who is fitting in quite well. We also added a family of four feral miniature donkeys, that are adorable, smart and sometimes a handful!