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Who Are we?

Toni's Ponies is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization/509(a)2 Public Charity that officially began in the summer of 2019. We operate completely through donations and volunteer effort. All of the money we raise for Toni's Ponies is put towards our mission of rescuing, rehabilitating, rehoming, and offering a place of sanctuary for horses and other equines.

We have so much gratitude for our village. They donate money which has enabled us to rescue horses from slaughter-bound situations. These horses are purchased with donated funds and brought to the Toni's Ponies farm. There, we rehabilitate them to find them a forever home when they are healthy again. Our volunteers help with their time, expertise, and effort.

Rescue and rehabilitation is a unique journey for each horse, and involves a lot of time and patience. We are passionate about connecting with people who love horses in our community, creating that space for time and patience while providing a place where people of all abilities can come and interact with horses. 


At Toni's Ponies Horse Rescue in Kingston, Washington our mission is two-fold. We are dedicated to rescuing horses from neglect, abuse, abandonment, and slaughter. Our goal is to improve the lives of equines by creating a safe haven for rehabilitation resulting in rehoming or living out the remainder of their lives at our sanctuary. While working with our equine partners we also aspire to impact the lives of people in our community by providing a place of education, therapy, and recreation.


We are located in Kitsap County, Washington, 3 miles from the Kingston Ferry Terminal. 
23473 Seatter Rd. NE
Kingston, WA 98346

Meet The Team

Our team is truly made up of such a large network of volunteers and friends. We are so lucky to have such a close community that values compassion for animals! Here are our founders, but we'll be sure to highlight our amazing community members as often as we can!

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Toni Houck


Toni has been a horse lover all her life. Now after decades of rescuing horses, she has decided to take the leap into becoming a licensed non-profit. 


Tova Houck


Tova has grown up helping her mom, Toni, with caring for their rescue horses. She had no choice but to love horses, it's in her blood!


Andy Prader

Stable Boy

Andy helps to take care of business around the farm. From hauling hay and driving the trailer, to building shelters and keeping up the barn. He is the "work horse" on the farm.

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