Anna Twinney of Reach Out to Horses has teamed up with Frank Weller of Equine Angels, Connecticut, Karen Pomroy of Equine Voices, Arizona and Ray of Light Farms, Connecticut to save 15 foals from the Canadian slaughter houses. A beautiful evening arranged at Strings Restaurant, courtesy of Tammy Cunningham and her husband was arranged with proceeds donated to the foals. Guests of honor: Susan Williams (photographer & artist), Joyce Leake (animal communicator), Tracy Vroom (cranial sacral healer), Carol Komitor (Healing Touch for animals) and Melisa Pearce (Touched by a horse – absent) all joined us to celebrate the lives of these foals. Now you too can help – donate by visiting http://www.reachouttohorses.com
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.
Foal Rescuing Dinner at Strings in Denver
Can You Really Eat Your Way to Rescuing Foals?
- Carol Komitor of Healing Touch for Animals
- Joyce Leake of Joyce Leake’s Animal University
- Melisa Pearce of Touched by a Horse
- Tracy Vroom of The Cranio Connection
- Susan Williams of Windhorse One
more extraordinary women that you will definitely want to meet!)
Is John Lennon Saving Foals from the Other Side!?!
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!
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.
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 email@example.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.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
Join us this weekend at the National Western Complex in Denver, CO!
We’re all very excited to be joining some great clinicians, speakers and experts at the New and improved Rocky Mountain Horse Expo!
It’s a whole new Expo and Anna and some talented Reach Out to Horses® students will be demonstrating our powerful and effective trust-based methodologies all weekend long.
Reaching Out with Anna Twinney Podcast guests Melisa Pearce, Amy Snow & Nancy Zidonis, Tracy Vroom and more will also be demonstrating and lecturing.
Plus, on Friday morning, Anna, Melisa & talented Equine artist, and friend, Susan Williams will be together again for the Call of the Horse Round Table discussion to talk about the newly released Call of the Horse CD and their heart-touching stories of how horses have changed their lives.
Tickets to this incredible event are so super inexpensive (only $7 dollars for the day!) you’d be crazy not to come. And when you get there don’t forget to stop by the Reach Out to Horses® booth. We’re going to have some great surprises for you including a sneak peak at the soon to be release Foals in Training, the Comprehensive Foal Gentling DVD Set, your chance to win some great prizes and more!
RMHE Reach Out to Horses® Demonstration & Lecture Appearances
Friday, March 11th
9:30am – Events Center – Paddock Arena
Do You Really Know Your Horse? Uncover Your Horse’s Personality, Character, History and More Through the Language of Equus.
11:00am – Holistic Horse Round Table
Call of the Horse – The Gifts of Our Equine Companions, A Panel Discussion with Anna Twinney, Melisa Pearce & Susan Williams
1:30pm – Horseman’s College
The Forgotten Language – The Very Real Power of Interspecies Telepathic Communication
Saturday, March 12th
9:00am – Hall of Education Arena (1st Floor)
T.L.C. Communication – Essentials of the Trust-Based Partnership and How to Create One with Your Horse
2:00pm – Event Center Barn Arena
The Healing Power of Reiki for Horses
Sunday, March 13th
10:00am – Hall of Education – Arena (1st Floor)
Spook-Busting Secrets – The Stress-Free Method to Desensitizing Your Horse to Anything!
12:30pm – Horseman’s College
From Range to Trail What the Mustangs Can Teach You About Your Horse’s Behavior, Training and More