Hope's Legacy in the News
June 6, 2016 - CBS19: Rescued horse makes astonishing recovery

When the Orange County Sheriff's Office raided Peaceable Farm last October, officials seized dozens of dead and starving horses.

Shocking images of the animals shook Central Virginia, and since then, a lot of people stepped up to help.

Ariel was one of the survivors. She went to Hope's Legacy after removal from Peaceable Farm, and was then adopted at North Garden Equestrian Center, or NGEC.

March 13, 2016 - NBC29: Several Horses from Peaceable Farms Ready for Adoption

Several horses removed from an Orange County farm during an animal cruelty investigation raid are now ready to move to their new homes. The nonprofit Hope's Legacy Equine Rescue in Nelson County nursed the horses back to health over the past five months.

February 28, 2016 - WTVR: 40 horses, 15 dogs seized from Nottoway farm

Officials in Nottoway County have seized dozens of animals in an alleged animal cruelty case.

Hope's Legacy is currently housing 19 of these horses in the Crozet area and we are looking for more stall cleaners! Our list of needs for these horses is pretty basic, good grass hay, alfalfa hay, senior feed and silver sulfadiazine cream for the ones with chemical burns.

September 2, 2013 - Newsplex: Stephanie's Heroes: Maya Proulx

A Nelson County woman is on a mission to rescue horses. In this week's Stephanie's Heroes, CBS19’s Stephanie Satchell is featuring Maya Proulx. She created the Hope Legacy Equine Rescue in 2008 to take in abused, abandoned and neglected horses. Five years later, the program is still going strong.

Our generous sponsors for our 2016 Have a Heart for Horses Benefit:

 Thank you to everyone who came out to support the horses at our Have a Heart for Horses Benefit on Feb. 14th. The turnout was amazing, everyone had a great time and we raised $10,000!