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Trinity Rescue and Equine Sanctuary's Pine Hill Farm location in Rome, Georgia is dedicated to offering sanctuary to its residents for the remainder of their lives.  Our sanctuary horses are not available for adoption due to a variety of reasons, such as age, health, temperament or ability to be ridden.  These herd members are often special needs in their diet, daily care and medical treatments required.



Jerusalem Donkey

A pasture and cattle guard since birth, Braylee came with the Pine Hill Farm location when it was purchased.  She was 3 years old and virtually feral.  She didn't have a poor history with people...just no history at all.  She want to connect with her human friends, she is just not quite sure how.  She is smart, and gentle, and is learning each and every day how to be an equine citizen.  She has an important job of watching over the senior horse herd at Pine Hill Farm, as she is fiercely protective of them.



Medicine Hat Paint

Boo was adored and cared for by his family.  He was well trained and competed in a variety of disciplines, and was a joy to ride.  In 2019, Boo developed allergy induced Heaves (COPD) and was struggling to survive in his farm environment regardless of treatment and medication.  A change of environment is what he needed to heal.  Since joining our sanctuary herd, his heaves symptoms have subsided and he has been able to come off steroids.  He will live out his retirement being a gelding of leisure.

Sponsored by Ita Dore


American Miniature Horse

Boober Dude was born with hind leg deformity, but was otherwise healthy.  He was well loved and cared for until his family was unable to keep him once all his herd mates had passed away.  They asked Trinity to take him as a Sanctuary and companion for Xena. Since joining the mini herd, he has become an excellent Rescue Ambassador!  He travels with Xena on field trips to schools, as well as hosts groups of students at the farm who want to learn more about horsemanship.

Sponsored by Judy Heaton


American Minature/Shetland Cross




Crazy Horse (aka Cray) came to us this past winter when his long time companion passed away at 30 years old.  Cray was beside himself and his owner put Cray's happiness and peace of mind first before their own grief and asked us to take him in as a Sanctuary horse. He has made fast friends with several herd members, as well as our volunteers.  His sweet and loving nature are a joy to be around.



American Miniature / Shetland Cross

Cupcake, along with Caramel, had lived her life as a party pony.  She was also neglected and poorly treated. But unlike Caramel, she was not nearly as forgiving.  Her fear and mistrust of humans shows in her shy interactions around strangers.  But once you get to know her, she is as sweet as her name indicates.  She and her mom, Caramel, both love interacting with the junior volunteers.  She has also participated in several local school fieldtrips and girl scout activities at the farm.

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Jerusalem Donkey




Gambel came to the rescue as an owner surrender.  He was well loved and cared for, however, he was struggling with laminitis and his owner wasn't in a position to provide long term care.  He has since been diagnosed with Cushings, and is on daily medication.  He is a sweetheart and loves attention. He was adopted and reunited with his former herd mate, Rhythm, in January 2021, but sadly his adopter passed away from a short battle with pancreatic cancer this past April. Gambel has continued to battle laminitis and is no longer ridable.  Therefore, he will be remaining at Trinity Rescue and Equine Sanctuary as part of our Sanctuary herd.

Sponsored by Stephanie Leachman
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Quarter Horse

Honey came to us this summer after living a solo life on a farm in Carrolton.  She struggled with breathing issues, which as been diagnosed as asthma.



Jerusalem Donkey

Howard is a handsome and loving senior donkey.  His suspicious nature makes him harder to get to know, but he is a sweet and gentle soul that craves attention once you break through his emotional barrier.  He is regularly referred to as the farm's snuggle donkey.  Like his jenny companions, he has been a cattle guard most of his life, so he works to keep the Pine Hill Farm sanctuary free from predators.  And in his spare time, he likes to hang out with his favorite humans, bumming treats and getting ear scratches.




Misty came to Trinity in the winter of 2013 after her owner contacted us and stated we either took her or she would be euthanized that day.  Misty was 20 years old and had a lot of life in her.  She was adopted by a wonderful family where she thrive for 6 years.  But unfortunately her eyesight began to fail and she needed to retire.  We were happy to include her as a member of our Sanctuary herd.  She will live out her remaining days gracing our pastures.




Springer spent the majority of her life with her very own girl who showed her all throughout her teenage years.  But life circumstances changed and Springer grew older and was ready to retire. She needed a soft place to land to live our her remaining years.  When she initially arrived at the rescue, her bloodwork pointed towards cancer somewhere in her body.  However, she has regained her body condition and has become an active member of the senior herd.  She watches over Misty each day, assisting her in getting from grazing spots to feed stalls safely.

Sponsored by Carm Cappucilli


Tennessee Walking Horse

Thor joined us in January of 2017.  He was having difficulty maintaining weight and needed a specialized senior diet to help him maintain his body condition.  In his mid-twenties, Thor has seen it all, and has a been there done that attitude. He is a wonderful equine ambassador, happily greeting sanctuary visitors and introducing them to horses in a gentle and welcoming fashion.



American Miniature Horse

Born with deformity in all 4 legs, Xena arrived at the rescue at 2 days old.  She had surgery to correct the deformity that was only partially successful.  She has overcome adversity to become and inspiration to all that meet her.  Xena has no idea that she is different; in fact, she believes she is an absolute star.  She can run and play like all the other minis, she just looks a little different while she does it.  Her story was captured in her very own children's book, Xena's Amazing Day, and her likeness was made into a plush toy through the Shelter Pet Online organization.  Xena visits elementary schools for book readings and meet and greets, assisted living homes, and has hosted field trips and book signings at special events.  Our own little celebrity!



Tennessee Walker






John Mule



Puerto Rican Paso X



American Miniature – Red/White

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American Miniature - Red/White




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