All Rescues

  • Wildhorse Ranch Horse Rescue in Arizona

    Wildhorse Ranch Rescue was started in 1995 by Kim Meagher (pronounced Ma-her), an employee of Intel Corporation. She and her two young children, Nick and McKay, accidentally found out about the plight of homeless horses in the United States. Once they knew that over 60,000 horses in this country are sent to horrible deaths each year, they knew they had to do something to help. They rescued horses privately from Read more [...]

  • The Golden Carrot equine rescue in Southern California

    Some of the horses here at The Golden Carrot were badly neglected and deemed unworthy of their owner’s love, attention and even the most basic care before they were rescued. Some were sent to slaughter via auction. Some have been retired here by people whose life situation changed so dramatically, they could no longer help their old friends. Many of those people still send monthly money to help their equine Read more [...]

  • American Standardbred Adoption Program

    The American Standardbred Adoption Program (ASAP) isa non-profit organization serving Wisconsin, Illinois, Iowa, Minnesota, and Michigan as well as other states. If you love horses, please consider adopting, rescuing or sponsoring a horse today. If you are unable to provide a home for a horse at this time, you can show your love with a gift of money, time, or supplies. This animal welfare organization is run completely by volunteers. Read more [...]

  • Western Montana Equine Rescue and Rehabilitation

    Western Montana Equine Rescue’s mission is to help neglected and/or abused equines and their human caregivers, by assisting in the provisions of whatever care is deemed necessary, with compassion, education and ultimately, a solution. Our Goal is to continue in the rehabilitation of neglected or abused horses/mules/donkeys, whether voluntarily surrendered or confiscated by law enforcement from unsuitable homes. Some have become permanent residents of our sanctuary, while others have been Read more [...]

  • Canter helping ex race horses across the country

    CANTER stands for The Communication Alliance to Network Thoroughbred Ex-Racehorses. CANTER started as a solution to help racehorses find new careers by connecting buyers and sellers through posting racehorses for sale on the Internet. The program quickly became a national web-based phenomenon. Since the first CANTER Michigan program started in 1997, it and has grown to include chapters in California, Illinois, the Mid Atlantic Region, the New England Region, Ohio Read more [...]

  • Arabian Rescue and Rehabilitation in New Jersey

    Here, at the Arabian Rescue our mission is twofold: To rescue, rehabilitate and place horses,specifically Arabians, who have been neglected, abused or are unwanted, or where life situations change drastically, in permanent, loving, responsible forever homes. To educate people in the care, nutrition and responsibility of horse ownership and the commitiment that relationship requires. We do things a little differently here at the Arabian Rescue. First of all, not one Read more [...]

  • Carolina Equine Rescue & Assistance

    Carolina Equine Rescue & Assistance – Cera’s primary goal is the caring for abused, neglected, and/or abandoned equines. CERA will also take in equines that are unwanted or whose current owners are unable to care for them before they reach an emaciated condition. These situations must fall within the CERA guidelines. We will also assist in natural disasters, such as weather related issues or individual tragedies. We will provide equines Read more [...]

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