Horses seek forever homes in Peyton, CO.

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This is very hard for me. Most of these horses were either born here or I’ve had them for many years. I have been trying for several years to find good homes for them through friends and word of mouth, but I am running out of time. They are in good condition but I know I will not have the resources to get them all through the winter with hay prices as they are now. These horses have always been treated with kindness and compassion and I pray that I can find them all a safe place to be.

I have had a very hard time letting the horses go to be honest. I am very fearful about where they will end up because I love them like family. I have them listed on my website now with adoption prices which will include vaccinations, worming, farrier, health certificate and dental if needed. My main concern is to find them good homes where they will be loved and respected. I am asking for an application and adoption agreement from anyone interested in one of the horses. There are click throughs on the main page of the website to FaceBook and Flickr pages where they will find tons of photos that show not only the horses but how they have been raised as well. this is the link to the website www.jor-ianarabians.com

Thank you again,
Tiffany

PMU mare looking for a home in Colorado

 

She seems to be a fairly nicely built pmu mare, as crossbreeds go and her feet are in pretty good shape

. She and another mare came from a “sporthorse” breeder in Pueblo who just exposed both to a Clydesdale stallion in Feb. The condition of the property and fences was very poor and the breeder was being evicted. The breeder paid upwards of $2500 for both mares last March and they came bred to a paint stud from the “pmu” farm. So far the rescuer has about $200 into this mare and they don’t want anymore money than that. Both mares are pretty lean right now but not critically skinny. http://www.theanimalifarm.com/Steve_Waagen/HICKORY.html

She is currently in Rush, CO.

Can you give her a loving home?

PMU Mare

Join Anna on the Balanced Horse Radio Show, this Sunday Feb 5th at 6pm.

The Founder of Reach Out to Horses, Anna Twinney, will be interviewed on the Balanced Horse Radio Show, Sunday Feb 5 at 6:00pm est.

Anna will talk about the potential to have a deeper connection with your animals.

And the best part is that this is a call in show, so if you would you like to ask Anna a question, call 886-338-9663.

Anna Twinney is an internationally respected Natural Horsemanship Clinician and Trainer, Animal Communicator and Reiki Master. Life has her traveling the world, teaching the art of creating a trust-based partnership between Humans, Horses and all Animal Companions.

Join us in sharing on this quest to improve human/animal understanding.

Airs live on 1510 am Revolution Boston :
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Help us Save 12 Foals Destined for the Canadian Feed Lots

John Lennon Saving Horses From the Other Side?

We are excited to report that we are well on our way to rescuing the foals of a former Canadian P.M.U. farm and we have some amazing news to report.

But there’s also more to be done. Find out how you can join John Lennon, Equine Voices and Reach Out to Horses as we rescue, not only the foals, but the mares and stallions as well.

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Foal Rescuing Dinner at Strings in Denver

Can You Really Eat Your Way to Rescuing Foals?

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Only 2 seats left for Wednesday Night’s Extraordinary Event!And don’t forget that you can also promote your business and save lives by donating services or merchandise for our silent auction.
We are gearing up for this Wednesday Night!  And by gearing up we mean getting ready for a delicious meal and compelling conversation with some of today’s most successful women in the worlds of healing, art, communication and horses.
For only $50 you get an all-inclusive dinner with cocktails and a large portion of the cost will go towards the rescue of not only these beautiful foals but also providing sanctuary for the breeding mares and stallions, and shutting down a former P.M.U. (Pregnant mare urine) breeding farm!
And that’s not all!
Join International Equine Specialist, Animal Communicator and Reiki Master Anna Twinney as she welcomes:
(…don’t tell anyone but there are rumors that we might be joined by even
more extraordinary women that you will definitely want to meet!)

Can’t make it?  That’s OK you can still help!  We will also be conducting a silent auction and there are some pretty awesome offerings that you won’t want to pass up! 

Do you have a business or merchandise that you could donate to the auction?  All proceeds from the silent auction go directly to the foal rescue.  For more information or to donate contact Tammy at tammy@heartintelligent.com.
Meet all of these amazing and interesting women, enjoy a delicious dinner, and together we can downsize this farm in Canada and rescue ALL the horses in the program. The mares and gelded stallions will stay in sanctuary up in Canada, 6 foals will go to Equine Voices Rescue and Sanctuary in Arizona and 6 will go to Ray of Light Farm where they will participate in the Week of Foal Gentling with International Equine Specialist and Natural Horsemanship Clinician Anna, helping them as they make their way to their forever homes.
Opportunities like these don’t come around every day and we are so excited to be a part of it. We can’t do it alone! Even with this incredible team of compassionate, competent and inspiring folks, we still need your help.
 
Event Info
Wednesday, November 2, 2011
6:00pm arrival / 7:00pm dinner
Silent Auction before dinner with all proceeds going to the foals.
Strings Restaurant
1700 Humboldt
Denver, CO  80218
$50 inclusive (includes food, cocktails and gratuity)
Attire is Cowboy (or girl) Casual.

Is John Lennon Saving Foals from the Other Side!?!

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The Answer is Yes!… sort of…

An anonymous donor has incredibly donated a letter written by John Lennon himself to be auctioned online by Equine Angels Rescue Sanctuary. All the proceeds from this auction will go towards not only the rescue of our foals but, if we get a high enough bid, the rescue of even more foals in the future!

If you are a Beatles or a Lennon fan, you really don’t want to miss this chance to get your own piece of rock history while helping to save lives at the same time!

Find out how you can bid on this one of a kind letter!  

 

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Frank Weller and Colt 

Reach Out to Horses, several equine rescue organizations work
together to save 12 foals from the Canadian feedlots and
downsize former Canadian PMU breeding farm.

 Click Here to Donate What You Can To Save These Beautiful Foals

September 27th, 2011 – East Haddam, CT

Equine Angels Rescue Sanctuary – CT, Ray of Light Farm – CT, and Equine Voices Rescue and Sanctuary – AZ are joining forces with Reach Out to Horses based out of Golden, CO, to rescue 12 foals and assist in the closing of a former Canadian PMU breeding farm.   In addition the proposed action plan will result in placing the remaining mares in sanctuary, gelding two year old stallions and helping to end the cycle of breeding for this Canadian farmer.

E.A.R.S. and Reach Out to Horses have already begun raising funds through sales of the new 4-DVD set Success: Foals in Training and through fundraising clinics and other events by Anna Twinney and Reach Out to Horses.  But we need your help.

The estimated cost for this endeavor is $16,100 so we are seeking individuals, and organizations who wish to assist in this inspiring project.  Whether it be donations, adoption, fostering or sponsoring, all assistance is welcome.  For more information, or to help save the lives of these foals, mares and stallions, contact Frank Weller, president of Equine Angels Rescue Sanctuary at 203-733-3576, or Anna Twinney, founder of Reach Out to Horses at  info@reachouttohorses.com, or click here to donate what you can to save these horses.

E.A.R.S. has worked for almost 9 years with these and other local farmers when they first saw the wisdom and win-win-win-win opportunities that would result if allied with the farmers. The genesis of that outreach is well documented in the book “Equine Angels: Stories of Rescue, Love and Hope“.

“The reason that this good faith alliance works is that we have spent time with the farmers and their families.”, says E.A.R.S. founder Frank Weller, “We understand the social and financial dynamics that are a huge part of their decision making process.”

Over the years E.A.R.S. has been able to ferret out the people who will live up to their word and those who won’t and to establish a verifiable protocol to put the mares in sanctuary. They now have trusted people in place who really care for the mares and report their condition. They know that other people are also reporting to E.A.R.S and all reporters are unaware of the identity of our other agents. In addition E.A.R.S. has created close relationships with the vets, the farm agents, the farmers and their families. The government takes meticulous statistics and we trust most of their numbers which have followed the decline of Premarin farming.

In addition to securing sanctuary for the mares and stallions E.A.R.S. will transport all 12 foals to a rescue just over the border in North Dakota. From there, 6 will go to Equine Voices Rescue and Sanctuary near Tucson, Arizona and 6 will go to Ray Of Light Farm in East Haddam, Connecticut where they will participate in the Reach Out to Horses Week of Foal Gentling Program.

E.A.R.S. and Ray Of Light Farm have collaborated on similar rescues for almost 5 years now and this will be the 3rd successful year of the ROTH Week of Foal Gentling Event.

Possibly the best piece of this effort is that this retired farm will no longer be in the Premarin farming or the breeding business all together. Financial implications are part of that decision and a as a working farm, they have other viable sources of income. That seems to make a big difference in that the farmers with other choices are less likely to pursue breeding for meat as a revenue source. As a rescue E.A.R.S. has often encountered that mindset and absolutely cannot enable farmers to breed by buying their foals. That would be a step backwards to say the least.

Click Here to Donate What You Can To Save These Beautiful Foals

For more information, or to help save the lives of these foals, mares and stallions, contact Frank Weller, president Equine Angels Rescue Sanctuary at 203-733-3576, or Anna Twinney, founder of Reach Out to Horses at info@reachouttohorses.com.

26 Slaughter-Bound Horses in Steamboat, CO Need Help

HARMONY HORSEWORKS

http://www.harmonyhorseworks.com

Horse Rescue and Equine Sanctuary

13639 Elsie Road, Conifer CO 80433

(303) 816-0766

harmonyhorsewrks@aol.com

barbara@harmonyhorseworks.com

 

MAKE ROOM FOR THESE SLAUGHTERBOUND

HORSES IN YOUR HEART!

We are forwarding this message on behalf of the contact

person below. We have no information other than what is

contained in this message.

 

Liza Jackson

P.O. Box 775546

Steamboat Springs, CO 80477

(970) 901-9378 (Cell)

(303) 484-3515 (Fax)

RancherLiza@Hotmail.com

 

Help us prevent these horses from going to the slaughterhouse in Mexico!!!

 

Please help get the word out that there will be a ranch liquidation auction Nov. 5 here in Steamboat Springs, CO which will include 26 HORSES. Some of the horses are good trail and pack horses/mules, draft teams, etc. Some of them are older (up to 38 years old). I am working to make sure that they don’t go to the killers in Mexico or Canada. They are all extremely gentle. The owner of the ranch was a well-respected, generous lady who died suddenly about 4 years ago without a will, and this has been tied up in probate until now. Most of these horses have lived their lives there, shown hunters and trail riders the Rocky Mountains, and taken folks out on moonlight sleigh rides. The owner would never have allowed this to happen if she were still alive, but it has been ordered by the court. Here are a couple of links about the late owner, and the link with bios and photos of the horses:

 

http://www.steamboattoday.com/news/2007/aug/16/life_sunset_ranch/

http://www.exploresteamboat.com/news/2008/jan/14/q_rick_wilhelm/

http://www.cpauction.com/auctions/11-5-11/11-5-11-info.html

 

If you or anyone you know can provide a temporary or permanent home for any of them, or can provide hay, or purchase hay, or can contribute money to purchase them at the auction, please let me know. Two local ranchers have already offered to provide a home for 2-4 horses, and has enough hay for them, but does not have the funds to purchase them. The killer price is 30 cents per pound, so we only have to beat that. If we get enough folks wanting to contribute money, I will arrange for a non-profit to collect the funds. Please help!

 

Harmony HorseWorks is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation and a horse sanctuary providing a forever home for a small herd of horses in the Colorado Front Range mountains. We specialize in despooking horses using our proprietary equine psychotherapy, Equine Stress Control Therapy (ESCT) and in despooking humans of their fear of horses or riding using PEAT energy psychology. We offer riding classes in the classical seat for adults, beginner level. Our philosophy is simple – animals have souls and a right to a good life, just as humans do. We are run by volunteers and funded by donations from the compassionate public.

 

Horses destined for Slaughter on September 12th… Can you help?

See Pictures of these beautiful beings here.

About 50 horses need to be adopted or they will go to slaughter. They are in Crested Butte, CO.

My Dear Horse Friends, The following photos are of a herd of horses in Crested Butte. They were found starving in June by a neighboring rancher. He opened his pastures to them and they have been eating and slowly recovering. They will be shipped to a Mexican slaughterhouse next week. Sandy Jones is adopting 2 of them on Tuesday, the 6th. She is meeting the brand inspector there and is trailering 3 of them back to Evergreen. Pam Ogle is adopting a 3rd (buckskin filly) horse to be transported in Sandy’s trailer. Many of them have ringworm, which is easily treatable . It may require some quarantine from other horses for a few weeks. Their hoof condition is pretty good.

 
If you know anyone interested in providing a home for any of these horses, please contact Sandy (email address below) or phone 303-550-3836. I can provide transportation for two of them if needed. Sincerely, Brooke

sandy@rockymtnhighrealtor.com