Sometime in 2005-6 I went there to pick up a TB/Percheron mare a fellow boarder had arranged to get from them. I was not aware they were a rescue facility at the time. The mare was nice, a light case of ringbone, had been used in college competition on the string that was kept for the visiting team. I was able to do some online work with her and ride a few times, very tall I could see into the hay-loft above the stalls from her back. She had a habit of bolting in the instant between halter off/bridle on though, without warning of course. She must have practiced it many times to become so good at it.
It is a very nice place, lots of outside space for the horses, an old shall we say "airy" barn, but clean and well kept. I would definitely recommend them. I would not want to attempt the driveway let alone the lane back up to the fields and barn in muddy conditions though. I certainly hope for the best for them, and peace on earth.