Like anything, sit down and draw up a business plan, mission statement, financial plan etc. This will help keep you focused and on track. It is easy to become overwhelmed with rescue cases.
It is not a cheap endeavor. Most rescued horses cost a LOT to rehab. And that is just considering any physical ailments they arrive with.
When you get into working with head cases, it opens up a whole new can of worms, as they are much more difficult to place in the long run than physical neglect cases. You'll inevitably end up with a "Lifer" pasture, dedicated to those that cannot be placed safely, for their sake or potential owner's sakes.
Rewarding, yes it is. Cheap? No way.
Lead me not into temptation.....
I can find it just fine on my own.....