The big draft cross Behr is a gorgeous tricolor paint, a gregarious member of the square peg band. He was trained to ride in his past, but also suffered blunt trauma, that has slowly claimed his sight. Now blind, Behr relies on his best friends Christian and Zak for guidance and play. He is a big teddy bear of horse and one of the most beautiful boys we have seen.

The big draft cross Behr is a gorgeous tri-color paint.

The big draft cross Behr is a gorgeous tri-color paint.

Behr&Zakrun BehrHill Behrcoat


Order Our 2017 Horses Calendar

Order our breathtaking 2017 Calendar, featuring Rhett Butler on the cover and a bevy of RF horses Inside! Order now! For only $20.00 INCLUDING FREE shipping to US. Great gift, and great way to share the love all year. Hurry, there is a limited supply. When they're gone they're gone! read more

Define “fence”. Go ahead.

(If you read this within 24 hours of it’s publication, I ask that you read the postscript added since then.) We share our stories and adventures honestly, even when they do not work out at planned. We risk baiting the … read more


How long we live

I have been writing and re-writing this blog, erasing entire sections, trying to say what I have to say. I have tried being poetic, or upbeat, something that will breathe life into the reader, something to inspire. I got nothin. … read more

The state of things, June 23, 2016

Nice to update once in awhile, the herds and their various conditions. Actually super fun to read in a few years, too. There are 66 here today! History shows this number going up, so maybe in a few years this … read more


Ella, and questions

Our most intense journey right now continues with Ella. She is probably just turning 1 yo about now, we don’t know for sure when she was born or where she is from. Saved at auction in November by a private … read more

Yes, we ride. And no, we don’t ride.

If you know one thing about Rosemary Farm Sanctuary , it’s that “success” with our horses is not defined by “use”. Success at Rosemary Farm is defined by the degree we can restore a horses inherent characteristics, it’s ability to “be” and … read more


Way back in the early days, in 2010….

This was one of many incidents between myself and Molly, a black percheron mare that I connected with at auction and bought back off the slaughter truck and brought home. That was November of 2009. Molly was quiet and seemed … read more


“Why save the freaks?”

Lameness, soreness, dental infections, flat feet, thin feet, dropped coffin bones, dropped backs, EPM, kissing spine, Intestinal Bowel Disorder, tendons that are swollen or bowed or pin-fired or blown out entirely…. wobblers syndrome, “lupus-like” skin photosensitivity, decaying pasterns, founder, cancer, … read more


“We choose you”

The choices we make and the choices we live with. Friday there was a horse auction we had hoped to attend. We do so because there are always horses there with no further hope or chance of a humane death, … read more


Molly and Finn, and the changing of the guard

There is change happening in our herd. Change is the normal evolution of life, everything changes. It’s our human nature to label it ‘good’ or ‘bad’ but those are subjective terms, attempting to stop the flow of life. Here today, … read more


Freddy, the Long Island Police Horse

Only the coolest thoroughbreds go on to become police horses after their time on the track, and Fred was one of those. Tall, dark and handsome, Fred served on Long Island for over two years..but despite being a sweetheart, he … read more