Remember Me Rescue is a Thoroughbred Aftercare Alliance Accredited 501(c)3 organization specializing in rehabilitating, retraining and rehoming retired racehorses
These special horses are permanent residents at Remember Me. They will all live out there days here with us. We need your help to continue to care for the special needs of these older horses.
Yeah Me Do is the oldest known thoroughbred in the United States.
Be Bop Baby is a survivor of the 2012 Charles Ford starvation case in Many, LA.
Cross Chris Run was abandoned and suffered from laminitis. He refused to give up but requires very special and expense care.
Red Mousse was a retired broodmare, dumped with a slaughter broker. She was so thin we really weren't sure if she would make it, but she did and now she is thriving.
All of these horses have very special and expense needs. We need your help to continue to provide quality care for them. Please consider making a one time donation in their honor or joining TEAM RESTART and become a monthly sponsor.
~Your support allows us to care for them~
Click on their pictures to learn more about each horse and how they got to Remember Me.
Yeah Me Do, the oldest living California bred racehorse
Be Bop Baby, a survivor from the Charles Ford Hell Farm 2012
Cross Chris Run, laminitis survivor
Red Mousse, back from near starvation
We will provide for all of their special needs but we need your help to do so. Please consider making a donation in their honor.