Smokey Chestnut Farm Rescues Blind Horses from Mexico Slaughterhouse

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Written By Angela Angela






Two blind horses that were saved from being killed in Mexico have arrived in Massachusetts.

Heidi Medas, who runs Smokey Chestnut Farm in Norton, felt compelled to help the horses. She said, “We couldn’t ignore their situation, so we decided to find a way to save them… and we did. With the help of many people, we raised enough money to pay for their release from the slaughterhouse.”

Smokey Chestnut Farm is a sanctuary for animals, especially horses that are unwanted or in need of care.

The farm managed to raise $5,000 to bring the horses to Massachusetts, but they are still accepting donations for the ongoing care of the horses.

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