Who is Morning Star Acres ?
The people of Morning Star Acres are a group of individuals who work hard in educating the public that Standardbreds can be retrained and have a new career in life after they retire. Most of these horses end up going for slaughter as some owners feel they are not worthy or the expense to re-home them is a burden to them.The team of Morning Star Acres consists of a variety of people who make the Standardbred a highly re-trainable horse in many disciplines and are horse and no horse owners with a goal set to re-home as many horses as possible into new homes. When visiting Morning Star Acres you will have the opportunity to come together with them in their journeys and meet them personally. Here are some of the people you will meet when you visit.
Gisele Hudson ( Owner/Founder)
Sophie-Anne Richard ( Director- Assistant trainer)
Karen Mullen ( Director - Caretaker- Volunteer)
Volunteers : ( More to be added)
Vanessa Greenwood - Staff - Volunteer- exerciser
Mike Richard - Security - Staff and First Aid
Matthew Basque - Security - Staff
Madeline Ohlhauser - Volunteer exerciser - training
Alison Dugdale and James Pugh Volunteers / Adoptees
Paul Mullen Care taker - Volunteer
Other people who you may see or hear of at Morning Star Acres:
Bruno Duclos - Farrier
Jessica Harvey - Veterinarian
Provincial Veterinarian Office in Moncton
Brittany Hudson - Training advisor - Natural Horsemanship Trainer
Raymond H. - Farm Equipment , hay and more
There are many more people who volunteer also throughout the year with the horses or task that need done to maintain a safe haven for the horses.
Without all of you, this could not be done.. Many Thanks to all involved.