Blair’s Sunset Haven, Inc. in Wakeman, OH is a retirement home where elderly, disabled or abused horses can live out the remainder of their lives in a peaceful, loving environment. The Haven’s dual purpose involves the care of these wonderful animals, and the promotion of educational and therapeutic programs designed to assist animals and humans alike.
Because we accept blind and disabled horses, Blair's is often the last, best hope for these animals.
Perkins was rescued by the Huron County Humane Society, Huron, Ohio. http://www.hc-humanesociety.org/ from an owner who had developed Altzheimer's Disease and was inadvertently starving the horse. Perkins eventually found a new home when he was placed at Blair's Sunset Haven. The picture below was taken the day he arrived at Blair's.
Today Perkins is fully recovered from his neglect due to the dedicated efforts
of Nancy Foster and the staff at Blair's and is now known around the farm as "Perky" .
The farm is home to twenty-eight horses and miniatures, four miniature donkeys, and two pot bellied pigs. Nine of the horses are blind. Currently, the barn is full, and we are not accepting new horses.