Welcome to MississippiHorses.org...  



Mississippi Horses is a non-profit organization dedicated to rehabilitating, training and finding homes for abused and abandoned horses, as well as, assisting other horse rescue organizations, law enforcement and owners in need across Mississippi. Our network of volunteers consists of horse lovers from every walk of life as well as veterinarians, farriers, trainers, riders and many others. From retirees to middle school students, we all share one thing - a love for these magnificent animals. The purpose and mission of our web site is to assist horses in need, horse owners and other rescue organizations in their efforts to find homes for their horses and to bring awareness to the problems and issues facing horses in our state. 



Special Events & Projects  

It's that time of year again! Nutrena Calendars are available in participating feed stores across MS or you can purchase yours online. Calendars make great stocking stuffers for the horse lover in your life and money raised is used for abused and neglected horses in need. Purchase a 2016 Nutrena Calendar today!

We cry over the senseless pain and suffering this sweet foal endured at the hands of cruel and neglectful owners the entirety of her short little life. We cry even harder because she fought so valiantly to live, but most of all, we cry for the beautiful, sweet mare that she never had the chance to become. Please visit her album, For the Love of Lily Rose.


We've started a campaign called Ten reasons to donate to help people better understand how our organization works and how we are able to provide care to abused and neglected horses. We realize it's lengthy but it's hard to say in a few sentences what all is involved in our day to day operations. Thank you for taking the time to read about us and caring about our horses.


Mississippi Roads did an interview with the Billingsleys on how they

became involved in saving nurse mare foals and working to find

homes to save as many as possible. To learn more about the nurse mare industry and about adopting a foal you can go to their page. Read more.