These two people have hearts of gold, and I just wish they had a lot more recognition for what they are doing for these animals ..Horses are smart and don't forget when someone is kind to them. He'll always remember that they gave him a second chance at life.
Crystal Hughes,
who adoped Bo, WHINNY's first horse.
(Perry Times, Feb. 16, 2005)

I want to be around horses and I've watched the way the Joneses treat these animals. Some of them are in pretty bad shape when they come here, and just seeing how the Joneses work with them and treat them is next to a miracle.
Butch Price, a WHINNY volunteer
(Perry Times, Feb. 16, 2005)

When Katrina and I saw the Web site for WHINNY, it seemed clear to us that Mary also had a passion for horses. There were other worthy charities, but WHINNY seemed most in need of financial assistance.
Jan Dolohanty, co-owner, Soaring AngelsEquestrian Center, Newbury, Ohio
(Zanesville Times Recorder,May 16, 2006)

Mary Jones is a dedicated, caring person who has given her life to rescuing horses that, without her, would die. She works diligently with the horses, giving them round-the-clock care when necessary. Mary is dedicated to saving as many horses as possible and provides them with the best care possible. Her ultimate goal is finding them good, loving homes after their rehabilitation. She gives from her heart and devotes many hours to the care of the horses. Mary is truly a unique person who gives unselfishly to the horses in her care, with plans to expand and rovide care for more horses. With additional funds, Mary would try to save every horse possible and provide them with loving care until a forever home could be found for them.
Patricia A. West, VollandFreelance journalist

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