Lilly Pond Foal Rescue
"where orphans become family"

 Welcome  to LPFR!

Click here to read a great rescue message from 
Double 'D' Horse Trailers
From Slaughter Trailer to Dressage Champion: 5 Reasons to Adopt a Rescue Horse.
Please follow our wonderful adventures on Facebook!

Fundraising - Donations - Requests

Paint Night- May 6th, 7:00pm: Come one - come all to Lilly Pond Foal Rescue's "Paint for the Ponies" evening!  Enjoy a cash bar and food at the Green Turtle and than it is painting fun with us! Must be 21 or older to join us!  We cannot wait to paint the evening away and spend time with our good friends!  Click here for tickets (tickets must be pre-purchased). 

Flower 4 Foals:
 It is that time of year again folks! Support the spring orphan foals with some beautiful spring flowers!  When your flowers bloom you will be reminded of the life you have saved by participating in this fundraiser.  As your flowers grow so will the orphaned foals at the rescue!

Click here to check out our Flowers 4 Foals!
Fundraiser End Date: May 15, 2015

LPFR Wish List:
We are very thankful for all donations but if you need some ideas, here are just a few:
Paper Towels
Lysol Spray
Bedding Sawdust
Fly Spray
Foal Milk Replacer
Tack & Supplies
Proof of Purchase:   Please send your Legends, Southern States and Triple Crown proofs of purchases to LPFR (mailing address: 3655 Ferry Landing Rd., Dunkirk, MD 20754).  The last batch of proof of purchases equaled $292 for LPFR!  Keep them coming!

Senior Sale:  All our seniors (20 and over) are reasonably discounted so those first time horse owners can afford a nice quiet experience horse that will take care of their rider and be great to learn on!
Senior Foster Homes:  We could use some competent senior foster homes!  If you have a stall and some field space and some time to take care of a senior with specific dietary needs, please contact LPFR (  We are a 501c3 organization and all your expenses are tax deductible!

We appreciate & need your support!
Please consider a donation to our cause.  

      Click here to read a great rescue message from
      Double 'D' Horse Trailers!
      From Slaughter Trailer to Dressage Champion: 5 Reasons to Adopt a Rescue Horse.
      Buy your LPFR gear!


      Lilly Pond Foal Rescue 
      would like to thank the ASPCA 
      (American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals)
      for their generous grant!  

      As many of you know, every dollar counts 
      in making a better life for our foals/horses!

      Our Organization

      Our organization is dedicated to nurturing, training and rehoming orphaned foals from the PMU and Nurse Mare industries. These foals are pulled from their mothers as early as 30 days old and then are dependent on us to raise them and be their surragate mother until they can start to thrive without replacement milk. These babies deserve a chance at life! We also rescue horses and ponies that are at risk of being slaughtered for human consumption. Horses, mules, donkeys, foals and ponies who are in need of a safe place free of neglect, abuse and other forms of cruelty are welcome here at Lilly Pond Foal Rescue!

      Please check our Available Foals and Available Horses pages. Also, please consider donating to help with the cost of caring for all our LPFR friends.  If you are local and would like to buy buckets of milk replacer, supplies, feed, bedding, tack...please contact the rescue for information.  Monetary donations are also greatly appreciated and can be made via paypal or snail mail.  

      2014 was another great year for LPFR! 
      Thank you to all our wonderful volunteers that make this possible

      Stay tuned for more pictures on our website and our Facebook.  

      Learn more about Nurse Mare foals and PMU foals.

       LPFR Founder & President

      Sharon Hancock, Founder/President of Lilly Pond Foal Rescue, has been in the horse rescue field for several years now. She has raised and cared for many orphan foals. She is an avid rider and owns her own horse Leah, who was adopted from a local rescue as well. Sharon is a retired Prince George's County, MD Professional Firefighter and is well qualified in caring for the orphan foals.  

      Sharon and Thumper
         Thank you!

      Thank you Eagle Scouts for rebuilding our run-in shed at our quarantine barn!


      Thank you Girl Scout Troop #2271 for helping us out and painting the paddock fencing at the PF barn!

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