Horse Harbor Foundation has rescued over 60 horses in its years of operation, most of them elderly or in other ways compromised. Many of these were seizures by local animal control that were put up for adoption but could not find homes. The Foundation has vowed that no horse from the area it serves will be euthanized before its time, and therefore always finds a way to take these animals in. Although original plans were to quarter only 20 horses at its location, which was acquired in 2005, the economic downturn of the past two years and the subsequent increase in the number of displaced horses has required us to expand our permanent herd. We currently have 27 resident horses�??21 at the actual sanctuary, including two ponies sharing a large stall, and 6 in nearby fostered locations. Three more have been accepted and are being held by their owner with our assistance in care and feeding until accommodations can be found for them.