At Twist of Fate, Q, a former racehorse, found a home. Injured at the age of 3, his racing career had been brief, but adjusting to his new life was no easy feat.
“When we first rescued Q, he wasn’t sure how to just be a horse,” DiFelice said. “He would stand in the field and not know what to do with himself. He wouldn't roll in the dirt or play. He would just stand there.”
One day, it struck DiFelice that maybe he had never learned how to enjoy himself, so she decided to introduce him to a formerly wild horse named Austin.
“After two days together, Q was playing tag, rolling in mud and was noticeably happier,” DiFelice said. “He finally learned how to enjoy life just being a horse.”