Slew of events set for Help a Horse Day

Hope Equine Rescue is gearing up to host multiple events in honor of Help a Horse Day this year. While the main event will take place Saturday, April 22, fans will be able to participate in additional events leading up to the main celebration. This is a great opportunity for community members to learn about …

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Chancellor

MARCH 2017: Chancellor is a 15-year-old Paso gelding recovering from Pythium. He does ride and is very easy to handle on the ground. Loves attention and being around people. Not spooky or silly. Has been started on in hand obstacles and has done great.

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Winston

MARCH 2017: Winston is our barn mascot, at 8.1 hands. He was found wandering the streets by the Sheriff’s Office. His owner was found but could no longer keep him. He was a stallion when he came in but has been gelded. Winston is available for school functions and events. He is little but mighty!

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Phoenix

MARCH 2017: Phoenix is an eight-year-old gelding. He is 15.0 hands. He came in from the Sheriff’s Office when he was found wandering the streets and no one claimed him. Was a stallion but has been gelded. Does not seem to know anything about a saddle so we will start his training with the basics. He …

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Cat Madden featured in EQUUS Foundation Champions program

Ariat International, the sponsor of the EQUUS Foundation Champions program, randomly selects volunteers who have earned Champion status to receive Ariat boots each quarter. “These hard-working horse lovers are so grateful to receive the Ariat boots and the recognition for the essential work they are performing at equine charities across the United States,” said Lynn …

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Fancy

SEPTEMBER 2016: Fancy is an 18-year-old, 16 hands Thoroughbred, flea-bitten grey mare. Fancy has returned to the rescue due to being injured while at the stable when she was adopted a few months ago. Due to her injury, she is no longer rideable. She used to be a race horse. We know this because she has a …

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HSUS awards $1,000 grant to rescue

The Humane Society of the United States recently awarded a $1,000 grant from the Summerlee Foundation, Annie Lee Roberts Emergency Rescue Fund, to Hope Equine Rescue.

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Horton continues to expand skills with Forever Foundation

Dani Horton made her way to Clovis, New Mexico over the weekend to participate in training at Carter Horse Ranch, just west of Ned Houk Park. The effort is presented in partnership between Forever Foundation and the Humane Society of the United States, and aims to alleviate obstacles in horse rescue efforts.

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