Ruby's Home for Good improves the quality of life for horses in need and promotes mutually beneficial relationships between people and horses.
Ruby, a mustang mare, is the namesake of our organization.
Ruby's family once ran wild and free in the American west. Like so many other wild horses, they were rounded up by the Bureau of Land Management (BLM). Ruby was born at a BLM facility and adopted, but years later was facing an uncertain future, even at risk of slaughter. When we adopted her, we promised Ruby a safe and permanent home, where her needs would be met and she would not be compromised for anyone else's benefit.
Ruby has won the hearts of our veterans and is the herd favorite amongst our youth participants. Having been let down time and time again, Ruby learned that she could trust people; in turn, she now shows our visitors how to build a relationship based on trust, communication, and understanding.