UPDATE: This story is written by Lynn Sampson from Alabama NewsCenter. Learn more at: http://alabamanewscenter.com
Dozens of horses roam the 100 rolling acres of Six Brier Farm. Most of them have a checkered past … abandoned, abused or surrendered when their owners could no longer care for them.
Some will live out their days here.
Others are rehabilitated and offered for adoption.
Since 2011, a nonprofit organization called Helping Horses Alabama has taken in more than 55 of these homeless equines.