"Ray of Light Farm is in the business of turning sadness into miracles." 

From the Press


Ray Of Light In East Haddam Helps Horses And People — Together

July 22, 2015

By MEAGHAN LATELLA, Hartford Courant

We have a healthy, bratty baby and that's what we like," says Bonnie Buongiorne, founder and president of Ray of Light Farm, Inc. in East Haddam, about Zoomer, a four-week-old male foal who feeds from his mother, Zarrah. Zoomer's parents, Zarrah and Zip, were rescued from a kill barn this past April in Pennsylvania. (Patrick Raycraft)



Unwanted Foals Find A Safe Haven At Ray Of Light

October 7, 2013

By Kaitlyn Schroyer, The Middletown Press


Bonnie Buongiorne, founder of Ray of Light in East Haddam leads Petey, a Premarin rescue, out of the corral and into the barn Monday. (Catherine Avalone - The Middletown Press )




July 24, 2014

BY SHAWNA, Out and About Mom

Mandy and I have written about hundreds of destinations since we started our little blog way back in 2011 (which is 3 years and 2 kids ago, in case you are keeping track  ), and we can honestly say that we have loved every one. I mean, would we ever send you to a place we didn’tlove? Of course not!

But still, every once in a while we feel beyond privileged to be able to tell our readers about a place that is extra special, like Ray of Light Farm in East Haddam, CT.

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Ray of Light Farm

232 Town Street

East Haddam, CT 06423


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10:00 am - 4:00 pm

All other days by appointment

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