Kimberly Cavalier observes Wiley Woo, 5, left, and Cypress, 7, as they eat daisies Thursday, Oct. 4, 2012 at M&H Stables in Naples, Fla. Owner, Cynthia Gilbert, recently started up Horse Rescue of Southern Florida in July. Gilbert says they like to eat the wild flowers while becoming acclimated to a natural ecosystem, something they have never experienced. Because of their calm demeanor, Gilbert is preparing the equines to become therapy horses for children. Her first two horses came on a rare donation of retired racing horses, 5 and 7 years-old, that had career-ending injuries. "I had a friend sick with breast cancer who asked me to help take care of her horse," Gilbert said. "People kept saying, 'You're really good them.' Then it got me thinking maybe it would be nice to have a horse. Then all of a sudden it was, why not start a horse rescue."