When a horse is first rescued, it must be transported from the auction site to a quarantine location. The horse needs to be quarantined to be certain that it does not introduce a medical problem into the herd at Believe Ranch and Rescue, which could harm them all. During the time in quarantine, the horse is also examined by a veterinarian, which will include getting the horse wormed and all appropriate vaccinations.
When quarantine is finished, then the horse will be transported again, from the quarantine site to Believe Ranch and Rescue. Here, the horse will be seen as needed by a veterinarian, will have their hooves cared for by a farrier, and will be evaluated by a trainer to determine appropriate training needs.
What does all of this cost? It of course varies, depending on how much veterinary services, farrier services, and training are needed. However, a rough estimate is $400 per month or roughly $5,000 per year.