The Fenway Foundation for Friesian Horses is a not-for-profit corporation created to preserve and enhance the longevity and quality of life of Friesian horses by accruing pertinent equine, more specifically Friesian, information to educate the public and offering assistance regarding Friesian horses and their owners throughout North America.
The Fenway Foundation will:
Develop rescue facilities across North America to save, adopt, and rehabilitate Friesian horses in need of assistance
Accrue health and longevity information pertinent to the Friesian Horses
Create alliances with equine experts in both North America and Europe to proactively work towards a common goal, the preservation, and protection of Friesian Horses
Develop a comprehensive education program for Friesian enthusiasts
Establish a network of reliable, authoritative Board of Advisors to assist in Friesian Health, Genetic, and Rescue issues
Assist Friesian Horses and their stewards in whatever area possible to enhance the horse's quality of life and the stewards' Friesian experiences
Scott & Shelley Kelnhofer
The Kelnhofer’s passion for Friesians and the health issues they experienced with their own Friesians prompted them to found the Fenway Foundation for Friesian Horses.
Education & Research Liaison
Angie's focus is on Friesian health, education, and genetic research. Angie coordinates our genetic research projects and interacts with Friesian owners around the world to provide health assistance and education.
Phone: (920) 944-2073
Equine Manager & Rescue/Surrender Liaison
Becca oversees all aspects of the day-to-day management of the horses at the Fenway Foundation. She has professional experience in natural horsemanship, riding, and driving. Becca also manages the Foundation’s Rescue/Surrender program.
International Research Liaison
Ids possesses an unrivaled level of knowledge regarding the Friesian horse through his previous tenure as the Executive Director of the KFPS. His interactions with both researchers and Friesian owners from around the world have dramatically enhanced Fenway's initiatives to improve the lives of Friesian horses through rescue, research, and education.