Over 35 rescued horses call Unbridled home, we would be delighted to introduce you to our horses --

we hope that you will make time to visit and meet them in person. 

Our Open Days & Public Tours  take place from  May through November every Saturday from 11AM until 3PM.  For the safety of our horses, staff, volunteers and guests, entry is strictly by advance booking only via eventbrite or RSVP@UnbridledHorses.ORG 

Our regular guided tour is about 60-minutes. Visitors are invited to stay in the Stable and Read To The Rescues, and enjoy strolling about the grounds. 

To request a group booking in 2022, please email UnbridledTBF@gmail.com with your group name, the number of people in your group, and the date you would like to visit. Please allow up to 48 hours to receive a reply to your enquiry.

Before requesting your booking, please review our visiting protocols:

Pre-Booking Requirements:Access to the Sanctuary is by advance booking only. We encourage guests to reserve their slots early, as we have limited daily capacity. Bookings may be made up to six months in advance. 

Tour Fees:  $20 per person 16 years and above, and $5 for those under 16 years of age. 

Read To The Rescues: No fee is required for participants in our Literacy Program Read To The Rescues, however seats must be booked in advance on evenbrite or by an email to UnbridledTBF@gmail.com 

On-Site Protocols: Visiting hours takes place from 11AM to 3PM. Prior to entry, all guests must hand sanitize.

  • Smoking and vaping is prohibited.
  • We ask that phones be set to silent. 
  • Cover your feet! No open toed shoes will be allowed in paddocks/stalls.

Respecting the Horses:
Every horse in our care is a unique, intelligent, emotional, sentient and social being. At Unbridled, their agency, autonomy, preferences and proclivities are respected and honored. Most of the time, they love company, enjoy grooming, and curiously participate in selfies. If they express anxiety or a disinterest in the activities on an Open Day, we ask that you leave them be and move on to visiting with another horse in Sanctuary.  

Picnic by a Paddock: Pack a lunch and enjoy the sights and sounds of happy horses living in Sanctuary.



“How it is that animals understand things I do not know, but it is certain that they do understand. Perhaps there is a language which is not made of words and everything in the world understands it. Perhaps there is a soul hidden in everything and it can always speak, without even making a sound, to another soul.” ― Frances Hodgson Burnett, A Little Princess