Is it true she who shall not be mentioned by name no longer operates a rescue from rented barn space in Glenmoore? So what happens to that rescue now? Are they still around? Are they still in Chester County?
But what I am really curious about as I find the above a side-show circus in the scheme of things at this point is something going on at Turning for Home the Non-Profit that Barbara Luna was I thought the head of? Not only am I not able to bring up what used to be Turning for Home’s own website and can only access information through Patha.org, but well Barbara Luna doesn’t lock down her Facebook page and by posts she has written it appears she has (a) moved to Virginia and (b) is starting a new non-profit for horses so what’s up in Equine Land people?
Seriously this is what PATHA says about Turning for Home:
With the help of the following organizations and farms, we have been able to succeed in our mission. Many of our adoptable horses can be seen on their websites or on Facebook.
After the Races, Nottingham, PA
South Jersey Thoroughbred Rescue, Moorestown, NJ
Lisa Molloy Training Center, Suffolk, VA
Castle Rock Farm, West Chester, PA
Sports Equine, Doylestown, PA
Hill Haven Farm, Millstone Twp., NJ
Ivy Hill Farm, Sewell, NJ
In spite of all the comments about how mean a bunch of Chester County horse people were being, I have to ask the question: were they actually right on the money all along?
I keep looking for press releases on changes at Turning for Home, but seriously can she run Turning for Home and live in Virginia and start a new non-profit?
Inquiring minds want to know if this is all just fate and coincidence or something else? And if she can run Turning for Home and War Horses at Rose Bower, Brava, because wow, what a lot of work! And apparently as per BizaPedia the filings were done on this war horses thing in October 2012 and is that true? GuideStar has them in their directory but no information to speak of.