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Hope Equine Rescue, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, was established in 2008, but the love of horses has been in our hearts for a very long time. In June 2018, the rescue was able to relocate to a larger facility due to a generous donation.
The rescue was founded by Dani Horton and the Horton family when they took in their first rescue that they named Hope. Hope was tied to a tree with a dog chain and left to starve in a neighborhood where neighbors drove by her every day and never did anything to help.
Hope Equine Rescue is comprised of people who are active in the horse world and are animal lovers.
Dani Horton, president, has been involved in the horse community since she was a little girl. With experience from medical all the way to being a world-ranked breakaway roper, Dani has been exposed to every aspect of the horse world.
Wayne Elkins, vice president, is the rescue’s trainer and farrier.
Hope Equine Rescue is dedicated to providing rehabilitation and adoption services for abused, neglected, abandoned and unwanted horses. Caring for horses can be financially taxing and we are always in need of funding for feed, medical, farrier care, supplies, services, and facility improvements. Hope Equine Rescue is funded by private donations and fundraisers. We could not exist nor function without the support of amazing donors and volunteers.
Hope Equine Rescue’s adoption service strives to find caring homes for horses sheltered at the rescue. Potential adopters are screened and an effort is made to match a horse with a compatible new owner. Site checks are made as well as follow up visits.