Northside couple giving ‘throwaways’ a second chance through loving care
CARING FOR A HORSE is a physical, time-consuming effort. Once you get past the awe of owning a beautiful, thousand-pound animal, you have to feed it, groom it, care for its hooves, scoop its (large) poop and make sure it gets worm treatment.
Caring for a horse that’s been mistreated is an even bigger task, and some people might say it’s not worth the sweat.
But Stephanie Billingsley has been proving otherwise since 2008.