A very special horse farm in Bowling Green held an open house Saturday.
The Rainhill Equine Facility houses horses who are blind and have special needs. The horses can live up to 30 years, and the owners say this is the last place for these horses that may be unwanted by their owners.
If it wasn't for this facility, many of the horses would be killed.
"There is a lot of rescues in the United States. Very few of them will even accept a blind horse they need special fencing, they can't really be put with other horses sometimes because the other horses will pick on them. If it wasn't for me and other places like this these horses would be dead," says Karen Thurmen, Owner and Founder of Rainhill Equine Facility.
The facility is operated on donations, and holds an open house on the second Saturday of the month from April though October. If you would like to donate to the cause visit rainhillrescue.com.