What's New: Equine Rescue 2022

Tis the Season – Loretta & Lainey

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This is an update from All About Equine Rescue.

All About Equine Animal Rescue, Inc.

It’s that time of year we share with you the work we’ve all been doing throughout the year. We missed last year while we were in the middle of our Big Move, so we have some catching up to do. The stories you’ll read this month are your donations, volunteering, likes, shares, and other support at work. We hope you enjoy!

LORETTA & LAINEY

  

AAE welcomed two donkeys from a family who offered to care for them temporarily to help a friend who was going through a divorce. The friend got the donks for free on Craigslist. The friend moved out of state, and the donks were left behind. The family didn’t have any equine experience and could not afford to provide for them. The friend said to find them a new home. Much to our dismay, when we arrived to pick them up, Loretta was standing at their feeder on a bed of triple mix and didn’t want to move much. Lainey was an endearing lil’ goofball.

 

Loretta, the gorgeous brown gal, has a beautiful long, amber mane that looks just like a horse. She was in such poor condition; she was so skinny, and her hooves were so neglected. Dr. Stolba came for an intake exam, collected blood samples, and took radiographs of her hooves. In a nutshell, old, malnourished, Cushing’s Disease, laminitis/founder, and arthritis, and she hadn’t gotten any help with any of this for a long time. It’s a lot, but this poor girl was a fighter, and deserved a chance to get some help and lots of love.

 

Loretta has been getting an appropriate diet, daily meds for her arthritis and Cushing’s, and her hooves are a work in progress. Her comfort level has improved, but she’s not pain free. (Many of us deal with chronic pain day in and day out, but it doesn’t mean we don’t want to live any more). She’s been in pads on her front hooves, and it’s helped. We’re working on shoes next to see if they offer some additional help. She’s eating well, she mosey’s around, and she thoroughly enjoys her humans grooming her, and loving and doting on her.

For now, her scale is tipping on the side of life. When that changes, and we can’t help her any more, we’ll make the compassionate call to give her love ’til the end. She’s just a really special old soul.

The gray donk, Lainey, on the other hand, was obese, and her hooves needed some care. She was in much better condition than Loretta. This girl is a hoot!

Dr. Stolba checked in with Lainey, as well. A new diet was her biggest issue. Both needed dentals, but we held off until Loretta had more time to settle in. Lainey is estimated mid-teens. Loretta’s upper teeth are worn to the gums, and there’s wasn’t a lot to float, but at least their mouths should be more comfortable now. Both girls are reasonable with hoof handling and the farrier. Not ideal, but that should improve as they are handled and trimmed more regularly.

 

This baby got back! The large bulges on each side are large hernias from being spayed. Her intestines hang from each side, and she doesn’t appreciate her sides being touched. Her fat is slowly melting, but she really enjoys her food and her shavings!

These girls are both ever so sweet, and they hold no grudges toward humans. The two are bonded, and Loretta, especially, at least for now, needs her girl, Lainey by her side (adjacent paddocks).

Donate Now and Double Your Impact!
With enormous thanks to two very generous offers from anonymous supporters, donations to AAE from now through New Years Eve will be matched dollar for dollar, up to $10,500!

 

We are just over $9800 toward our goal $10,500 match right now. Click on the donate button below to see current status.

DONATE

Thank you for your support helping horses each and every day!

Your donations, volunteering, adopting, and social media shares & likes allow us to make this work possible!

Happy New Year and Thank You for Saving So Many Lives this Year!!

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The following is from Chilly Pepper – Miracle Mustang:

Sweetie

Camp Chily Pepper

NEVADAHappy New Year from Camp Chilly Pepper and all of our kids, (past & present) in Nevada.

This year has been full of ups and downs, but the end of all this work resulted in saving 89 horses from the slaughter pipeline.

There has been immense heartbreak, tons of craziness, as well as unbelievable blessings with the move. I literally had 2 weeks to “git ‘er done” and that was not an easy couple of weeks for sure.

I am so thankful to God and all of our Chilly Pepper Family for making this possible. Chilly Pepper now has 7 acres at it’s disposal for as long as I need it and little by little I am getting it set up. Being by myself raises so many challenges, but I have been so blessed with lots of little miracles.

Sadly I am struggling more and more with my physical disabilities, but I think God keeps me buried in this rescue so I won’t end up a couch potato. These beautiful souls keep me fighting and I know this is what He wants.

We saved 89 horses this year, THANKS TO ALL OF YOU!! There is still so much to do to get “camp” set up to maximize how many horses we can save.

We still have all of our permanent residents in NV and I am praying I get home soon.

The need for more fencing, shelters, hay, feed and medical supplies continues to be somewhat overwhelming. I have faith that little by little it will get done. For now I am just trying to finish off the vet bill which once again has gone up with gelding, Coggins and Health Certificates, and get home for at least a little while. I need hay in NV again and the kids down there send out a huge THANK YOU for saving them as well.

If you want to help with the Vet Bill, call Goldendale Veterinary at 509-773-0369.

I appreciate every single one of our Chilly Pepper Family. God has truly blessed this rescue!

Have a safe, blessed and life saving 2023!

IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO KEEP HELPING US SAVE MORE LIVES, YOU CAN GO TO:

-<You can go to [gofundme] (https://www.gofundme.com/f/save-abused-injured-starved-neglected-horses?utm_source=customer&utm_medium=copy_link&utm_campaign=p_cf+share-flow-1)<-

You can go to Paypal<-

PLEASE NOTE – Paypal shows Wild Horses in Need, as we are dba- Chilly Pepper

if you would like to help these horses.

->You can donate via check at: (PLEASE NOTE NEW PO BOX #)

Chilly Pepper – Miracle Mustang,

PO Box # 233

Golconda, NV 89414

You can also donate via credit card by calling Palomino at 530-339-1458.

NO MATTER HOW BIG OR HOW SMALL – WE SAVE THEM ALL!

SAVING GOD’S CRITTERS – FOUR FEET AT A TIME

Chilly Pepper – Miracle Mustang, WIN Project – Rescue & Rehab

We are now part of the WIN Organization

WIN (WILD HORSES IN NEED) is a 501c3 IRS EIN 55-0882407_

If there are ever funds left over from the cost of the rescue itself, the monies are used to feed, vet, care for and provide shelter and proper fencing for the animals once they are saved.

 

‘Tis the Season – Martina

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This is an update from All About Equine Rescue.

All About Equine Animal Rescue, Inc.

It’s that time of year we share with you the work we’ve all been doing throughout the year. We missed last year while we were in the middle of our Big Move, so we have some catching up to do. The stories you’ll read this month are your donations, volunteering, likes, shares, and other support at work. We hope you enjoy!

MARTINA

Martina and her very young filly, Valentine, came to AAE from the DreamCatcher Wild Horse and Burro Sanctuary in March 2018. Valentine was only days old. AAE had been supporting DreamCatcher’s herd reduction efforts since April of 2017 after the long illness and passing of their Executive Director, Barbara Clarke in November of 2016. Martina was thin and hungry with baby in tow, but she knew where to go.  She showed up at the DreamCatcher barn with Valentine after not coming down in the Fall for the Winter. Sadly, winter conditions at the sanctuary are fierce (for California, anyway), and AAE got a call.  Martina is a BLM branded mustang. She appeared to have minimal human contact when she arrived.

Once back at AAE, she got hoof and dental care, vaccines, deworming, and a microchip. She has had intermittent handling with intermittent breaks. Once in Pilot Hill, she’s spent most of her time on acreage with her mustang herd. She’s making very slow progress. Martina can be approached and haltered in a small space, with patience and a slow approach. Her hooves can be trimmed with sedation. She’s nervous and protective, but tries to understand what’s asked of her, but she’s really not much interested in human interaction.

Though she is coming around, Martina has been challenging, and she needs a person very experienced with mustangs to continue her progress.  She will likely do better in an environment where she is out of her herd, few distractions, and working daily with her own person. Her person should have no agenda, and no timelines, other than wanting to develop a trusting relationship and build confidence, a long term project, giving her the time she needs.

This beautiful gal has been her long enough! Let’s find her her own human. Martina is current with dental and hoof care, vaccines, and deworming. She has a microchip.

If you’d like to make a year end donation in honor of Jennings to support AAE’s ongoing operations into 2023, you can click the donate button to give a gift that counts.

With enormous thanks to two very generous offers from anonymous supporters, donations to AAE from now through New Years Eve will be matched dollar for dollar, up to $10,000!

DONATE

Thank you for your support helping horses each and every day!

Your donations, volunteering, adopting, and social media shares & likes allow us to make this work possible!

You Have One More Chance to Bling On the Holidays!

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This is an update from All About Equine Rescue.

All About Equine Animal Rescue, Inc.

GOLD/DIAMOND BRACELET 

You have one more chance to bid for this gorgeous 14K gold and diamond bracelet. Auction will close at 5pm (PST) on Saturday, December 31, 2022. Bid and make your holiday season sparkle while helping horses in need!

Enormous thanks to our very generous donor for an incredible jewelry donation to help us with our fundraising efforts this year. AAE received five beautiful and blingy pieces, but only one remains.

You can bid on this bracelet in our online auction to benefit horses-in- need. This is sure to make an extra special holiday gift for you or someone you love, all in the spirit of horses.

14K Yellow Gold & Diamond Bracelet

Imagine this stunning symbol of love encircling your wrist! This bracelet is approximately 29.6 grams of gold with 20 diamonds totaling approximately 5.5 carats.

This beautiful piece will bring years of joy while helping our beloved horses live a better life.

Bidding is open and closes 5pm (PST) on December 31, 2022!

View and bid here.

Please share the auction with your family, friends, co-workers, and anyone that loves diamonds, gold, or jewelry. Spread the word and help horses- in-need.

 

Breaking HAPPY News!

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The following is from Save Your Ass Long Ear Rescue:

 

 

Very Happy News

We always look forward to receiving mail this time of year, when the thoughtful cards and happy news seem to outweigh the bills. Today was the most spectacular mail day and the timing could not be more perfect as we go from the dark, toward the light.

In today’s mail, we got the OFFICIAL letter from the IRS saying “We’re pleased to tell you we determine you’re exempt from the federal income tax under Internal Revenue Code (IRC) Section 501 (c)(3). Donors can deduct contributions they make to you under IRC section 170. You’re also qualified to receive tax-deductible bequests, devices, transfers, or gifts under Section 2055,2106, or 2522.”

Huge thanks to all of you who believed in us, in our sense of integrity and transparency throughout what was a huge, emotional ordeal for us.

Our beloved treasurer, Jean Marie Cross Nichols along with the help of her bookkeeper friend is mostly responsible for making this happen, they put so many long hours into sorting all the paperwork. Thank you both for all of your hard work!

Love and light,

Ann, Hannah, Elise and Jean

A Christmas Miracle for 4, and another Angel leaves us

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The following is from Chilly Pepper – Miracle Mustang:

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Noah

Hi all,

Thank you for saving the Christmas kids. As always, there was a big wrench thrown into this rescue. As I was on my way, I received a message that I also had to save the STALLION. IF I didn’t take him too, I couldn’t save the mares.

Thankfully, we are set up for wild stallions so of course I said yes. Sadly his feet are horrific and he is very thin under his coat. He is exactly NOT what was described. He is much older than I was told, very thin and most likely needs dental work asap.

Mercedes update – Mercedes gave birth to a beautiful, perfectly formed, stillborn baby on the 15th. He was beyond perfect, Mercedes had no issues as he was not big like we were worried about. However in a devastating turn of events his umbilical cord was cinched around his flank during birth, which immediately cut off his blood supply, sending him straight into the Angel’s arms.

Doc was here minutes after I called her, but he passed in the birth canal and was beyond resuscitation. (Note to folks. You cannot put pressure on that area of a newborn baby as it can kill them. One of the first things we learned years ago was to NEVER ever pick up a newborn baby under his legs.)

I had just picked up Mercedes at the vet the night before and both Mommy and Baby were doing great. Baby was moving and Mercedes was fine. I have no words and don’t even know how to breathe even today.

THANK YOU for saving the girls and our unexpected boy. Princess left yesterday for her new home, and we are praying the weather clears so I can finally get these kids home to Nevada.

If you would like to help with Tonka’s vetting (gelding, teeth floating, Coggins) or his vast feeding needs, it is much appreciated. God gives and He takes away. I have yet to understand why I have so many old timers that have had a life and why so many new littles are gone too soon, However, all I can do is pray and have faith, knowing someday I will have the answers.

THANK YOU for the baby gifts for our precious Noah. It breaks my heart knowing how much love is behind every blanket, halter etc. that was sent for him. I wish I could hug each and every one of you. It has been beyond devastating, especially as Mercedes’ journey to health was so long and difficult.

Have a Merry Christmas and thank you for saving so many lives this year!

IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO KEEP HELPING US SAVE MORE LIVES, YOU CAN GO TO:

-<You can go to gofundme<-

You can go to Paypal<-

PLEASE NOTE – Paypal shows Wild Horses in Need, as we are dba- Chilly Pepper

if you would like to help these horses.

->You can donate via check at: (PLEASE NOTE NEW PO BOX #)

Chilly Pepper – Miracle Mustang,

PO Box # 233

Golconda, NV 89414

You can also donate via credit card by calling Palomino at 530-339-1458.

NO MATTER HOW BIG OR HOW SMALL – WE SAVE THEM ALL!

SAVING GOD’S CRITTERS – FOUR FEET AT A TIME

Chilly Pepper – Miracle Mustang, WIN Project – Rescue & Rehab

We are now part of the WIN Organization

WIN (WILD HORSES IN NEED) is a 501c3 IRS EIN 55-0882407_

If there are ever funds left over from the cost of the rescue itself, the monies are used to feed, vet, care for and provide shelter and proper fencing for the animals once they are saved.

Give A Gift that Counts and Double Your Impact

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This is an update from All About Equine Rescue.

All About Equine Animal Rescue, Inc.

With enormous thanks to two very generous offers from anonymous supporters, donations to AAE from now through New Years Eve will be matched dollar for dollar, up to $10,000!

You can help ensure that more horses have a second chance from pain and suffering like Gabby has endured after long-term neglect. Make a year end donation of any size today (or through the end of the year), and it will be doubled, helping more horses in 2023.

DONATE

As we approach the end of 2022, we are grateful for everyone who has supported us this past year. Please consider making a tax-deductible year-end donation to help us do even more in 2023.

Happy Holidays to All!

DONATE

If you’d like to add more fuel to our challenge and pledge matching funds, please email Wendy.

Thank you for your support helping horses each and every day!

Your donations, volunteering, adopting, and social media shares & likes allow us to make this work possible!

2023 SYA Calendars Are Here!

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The following is from Save Your Ass Long Ear Rescue:

The 2023 Calendars Have Arrived!

Thank you so much to the folks who participated in our calendar photo contest! We are very happy to say that the calendars have arrived and we are shipping them out daily so they hopefully get to everyone before Christmas.

Order a 2023 Calendar Here

When you go to the site to order a calendar it will say it’s a 2022 one but it’s really a 2023 calendar.

Thank you all very much for your orders!

Open Shop Tomorrow

Rain, sleet or snow we will be open to the public!

Hurry, Bling On the Holidays! Jewelry Auction ends at 5p

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This is an update from All About Equine Rescue.

All About Equine Animal Rescue, Inc.

You have until 5p to bid to make your holiday season sparkle while helping horses in need!

With enormous thanks to our very generous donor, we received an incredible jewelry donation to help us with our fundraising efforts. These five pieces are beautiful and blingy, and you can now bid on them in an online auction to benefit horses in need. They are sure to make for some extra special holiday gifts!

14K Yellow Gold Diamond Earrings

The earrings are custom-made and each contains 11 channel set round brilliant cut diamonds. Timeless and brilliant, these will add sparkle to any outfit! Remember, horses and diamonds are a girl’s best friend!

 

14K Yellow Gold Custom-Made Diamond Pendant

The pendant contains four matching channel set round brilliant cut diamonds. Classic and brilliant, the horses will feel your love whenever you wear it.

14K Yellow Gold and Amethyst Ring

This gorgeous ring features a unique oblong 3D triangle cut amethyst stone in a 14K yellow gold mounting. As you slip this glorious gem on your finger, you may hear soft nickers of thanks from our beloved horses.

14K Yellow Gold Lady’s Emerald and Sapphire Ring

This brightly polished ring contains a natural emerald cut emerald center stone accented by two (one per side) fancy yellow sapphires. Everyone will be green with envy of the lucky individual who owns this emerald.

14K Yellow Gold and Diamond Bracelet

Imagine this stunning symbol of love encircling your wrist! There is approximately 29.6 grams of gold and 5.5 carats of diamonds in this bracelet.

 

Bidding is open now and will close on December 15 at 5pm PST!

You can view the auction and bid here.

All of these beautiful pieces will bring you years of joy while helping one of these beloved horses live a better life.

Please share the online auction with your family, friends, co-workers, and anyone that loves jewelry. Help us spread the word and help horses in need.

‘Tis the Season – Day 11 Jennings

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This is an update from All About Equine Rescue.

All About Equine Animal Rescue, Inc.

It’s that time of year we share with you the work we’ve all been doing throughout the year. We missed last year while we were in the middle of our Big Move, so we have some catching up to do. The stories you’ll read this month are your donations, volunteering, likes, shares, and other support at work. We hope you enjoy!

JENNINGS

Jennings is a 2005 mustang that came to AAE in July 2020 from a distressed mustang sanctuary situation due to a family health crisis. After 20 years of serving mustangs, the sanctuary was unable to adequately meet the needs of the horses. Jennings had a rapidly growing mass on his sheath. It was a suspect squamous cell carcinoma. Jennings has little skin pigment, and the pink skin in and around his eyes was also very agitated, likely from the sun. His weight was on the thin side, as well. When picked up, he was a friendly guy, handled easily, and loaded willingly onto the trailer.

Once at AAE, Jennings was seen by Dr. Stolba. Jennings mass was removed shortly after, and he recovered well. Biopsy results indicated the mass was a metastatic melanoma. Fortunately, the biopsy showed clean margins with no vascular invasion. We were on a guarded prognosis for 90-days, and at re-exam, no additional regrowth was observed, and no additional regrowths have been identified since. Due to Jenning’s lack of pigment, he is prone to recurrence or growths in other areas, and he needs ongoing monitoring. We’re about two and one-half years out, and no reoccurrence.

 

Jennings is a very sweet and very social guy, really a character with a big personality. He loves to be with humans, and is always looking to interact. In general, he’s easy-going, quiet, soft, and respectful. He’s good with the farrier, enjoys grooming and attention; however, he lacks confidence and needs slow introductions to new things to reassure him.

 

Jennings is low-level in the herd, and is easily pushed off food; however, he’s very active and playful with several of the other geldings and one old mare. At times, he can be protective of his food and/or a his buddy. He finds confidence in another horse, typically a mare, and bonds tightly. Separation anxiety can be an issue.

  

We were told Jennings was ridden in the past, but it had been several years. He was evaluated under saddle, and spent a short time in training. His lack of confidence was more pronounced. He was anxious and unsettled, so the focus became building his confidence. Jennings has improved, but needs more consistency with an experienced rider to bring him along slowly and with a quiet, calm approach. He is not suitable for a beginner/novice rider. A restart would be advised. Start fresh, reinforce a strong foundation, work slow and build cofidence, and you’ll create an incredible bond with this sweet guy.

Jennings is current with dental and hoof care, vaccines, and deworming, and he has a microchip. Due to his areas of unpigmented skin, and history with the growth on his sheath, he is more prone to potential skin growths. A fly mask with UV protection covering his eyes and nose is helpful, too, but he dislikes fly masks and escapes them routinely. We use sunscreen for added protection. Close monitoring will help nip things in the bud should anything appear.

If you’d like to make a year end donation in honor of Jennings to support AAE’s ongoing operations into 2023, you can click the donate button to give a gift that counts.

DONATE

Thank you for your support helping horses each and every day!

Your donations, volunteering, adopting, and social media shares & likes allow us to make this work possible!

In addition to our typical year end fundraising, you have another way to support AAE and horses-in-need, it’s a jewelry auction. Is there a better time than the holidays to give a special gift?

With enormous thanks to our very generous donor, we received an exquisite five piece jewelry donation to boost our fundraising efforts this year. These are beautiful and blingy pieces, and they are sure to make for some extra special holiday gifts.

We are hosting an online auction to benefit the horses. Bidding is open now and continues until December 15, 2022 at 5:00pm!

You can preview the auction here.

Please share with your family, friends, co-workers, and anyone that loves jewelry. Help us spread the word, and let’s get that bidding going!!

‘Tis the Season – Day 10 Amigo

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This is an update from All About Equine Rescue.

All About Equine Animal Rescue, Inc.

It’s that time of year we share with you the work we’ve all been doing throughout the year. We missed last year while we were in the middle of our Big Move, so we have some catching up to do. The stories you’ll read this month are your donations, volunteering, likes, shares, and other support at work. We hope you enjoy!

AMIGO

Amigo came to AAE with two of his buddies in mid-January 2018 from a neglect situation. He weighed about 850 pounds. As thin as he looks in photos, he was much thinner. His coat was thick with dead undercoat that felt like an old rug hiding his bony skeleton beneath.

Amigo was started on a slow refeeding program consistent with UC Davis’ protocol for rehabilitating starved horses. After about a week at AAE, he had a minor bout of colic. He battled through it like the survivor he is! He was also covered with hundreds of ticks.

We were told he was 29. We were told he was a riding horse, but bucks after a couple hours (at his age, I’m sure he’s saying, enough already!). Other than that, the rest is a mystery. Amigo is very easy to handle, he is very patient with handling his hooves, he thoroughly enjoys grooming and attention, and water/bathing are not an issue.

Though emaciated and starving, this ol’ guy has a heart of gold. He craves attention and simply enjoys being in the presence of humans. He’s a great reminder of how fragile yet resilient horses are, and he holds no grudges for humans, even though he wasn’t treated so kind. Once he gained some weight and stabilize, his teeth were floated, hooves were trimmed, vaccines were updated. he was dewormed, and he got a microchip. He slowly came back to health.

Amigo returned to good health, and he’s in great condition. There could not be a more sweet, kind, lovable old fella! This guy is an absolute gem, and a volunteer favorite. We LOVE this ol’ guy and everything about him.

Amigo is such a great ambassador for horses with AAE’s new volunteers. He’s just a big love! He couldn’t be more easy to handle. He is patient, he’s kind, and he’s one of the most dependable horses at AAE. At 34, this ol’ guy calls AAE home, his last stop.

If you’d like to make a year end donation in honor of Amigo to support AAE’s ongoing operations into 2023, you can click the donate button to give a gift that counts.

DONATE

Thank you for your support helping horses each and every day!

Your donations, volunteering, adopting, and social media shares & likes allow us to make this work possible!

3 PREGNANT MARES – 41 hours until pick up. Clock is ticking. They need a Christmas Miracle!

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The following is from Chilly Pepper – Miracle Mustang:

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We have a very last minute call to action. I have 41 hours until I need to be sitting in the driveway to save these mares.

I was approached prior to today, and said “no”. I simply don’t have funds to do this rescue.

However, when I woke up this morning and looked at my phone, the 1st message was “Do Not Be Afraid”. Minutes later I answered the phone and was asked once again to save these mares as they LITERALLY have no where else to go.

So I am once again going on faith. Although weather conditions are ugly, my trailer is now hooked up and ready to go.

I need to raise upwards of at least $4000 to take on these pregnant mares. It will literally cost $2,000 to pick them up, get them back here and get them vetted, then get them transported home to Nevada. (This is just the fee for a Coggins test and a Health Certificate.) The 3 of them are not only big beefy girls, they are also pregnant.

If they ended up in the wrong hands, the fact that they are so big and healthy, would make them prime candidates for a kill buyer.

They need good groceries and we all know the price of hay, feed, bedding, diesel, supplements and everything else needed to care for the horses has costs have risen exorbitantly, so have the prices for grain, diesel and everything else we need to save them.

IT’S UP TO YOU!

DO I say YES?

Do we save these beautiful girls and give them their Christmas Miracle? I am ready and willing to do what is needed, will you help save their lives??

Most of you might have seen posts about these horses. Chilly Pepper is starting at ground zero with our fundraiser. We have received zero dollars that were donated to other folks.

If you donated for these beautiful girls elsewhere I would contact the folks you donated to.

THANK YOU TO EVERYONE WHO HAS BEEN HELPING SAVE THESE PRECIOUS LIVES

Please check out our Adoption page!
https://www.facebook.com/groups/543121366934903

IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO KEEP HELPING US SAVE MORE LIVES, YOU CAN GO TO:

-<You can go to gofundme<-

You can go to Paypal<-

PLEASE NOTE – Paypal shows Wild Horses in Need, as we are dba- Chilly Pepper

if you would like to help these horses.

->You can donate via check at: (PLEASE NOTE NEW PO BOX #)

Chilly Pepper – Miracle Mustang,

PO Box # 233

Golconda, NV 89414

You can also donate via credit card by calling Palomino at 530-339-1458.

NO MATTER HOW BIG OR HOW SMALL – WE SAVE THEM ALL!

SAVING GOD’S CRITTERS – FOUR FEET AT A TIME

Chilly Pepper – Miracle Mustang, WIN Project – Rescue & Rehab

We are now part of the WIN Organization

WIN (WILD HORSES IN NEED) is a 501c3 IRS EIN 55-0882407_

If there are ever funds left over from the cost of the rescue itself, the monies are used to feed, vet, care for and provide shelter and proper fencing for the animals once they are saved.

An Unusual Giving Tuesday …

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The following is from Save Your Ass Long Ear Rescue:

 

 

Unusual Giving Tuesday For SYA

Many of you have asked about the progress on regaining our non profit status. We’ve been working diligently to get it back. It’s been quite an uphill battle and is proving much more difficult than we anticipated. Here’s where we are; written by our secretary and new treasurer, Jean Cross.

This summer SYALER received a notice no nonprofit wants to hear. Our nonprofit status had been revoked due to the required 990s not being filed for three consecutive years. This came as a surprise to all of us. Our bookkeeper was sure she had filed at least the 2019 one, and we had copies of that file, which seemed to prove that. However, the IRS did not have any record of it and did not have any way of accepting it on its own at this late date. So, we were left to do the work and reconstruct the books for years. Our bookkeeper had gone silent. It may have just been too much for her to handle, we may never know. Our board being as small and tight as it is, jumped in to fill the gap. Bank accounts got new signers, QuickBooks got reconciled, and cash flow reports were run. This took a lot of time, as we had to recreate back to the beginning of 2019. The 990s were finished and mailed as of 11/21/2022. The required 1023 was filed on 11/20/2022. Now we wait. It could take as long as 18 months. Hopefully it won’t, but we have asked what do we do in the meantime?

This is what we do. We rally around the long ears. That is what we are all about. We have done what we can to make the IRS happy. When they reinstate our account, it will be reinstated back to the date they revoked it. All donations will still be tax deductible. This means, all of us will continue to work at what we do best. Hannah, Lauren and Laura will be seeing to the care of the farm and animals. Ann being our grounding support, Jean will be seeing to the books and reports, Elise will be supporting us by being our voice of reason.

We have taken in some animals this fall that have needed a lot of medical care, we are getting calls from people who need to surrender their animals to us before the worst of winter gets here. All that cost’s money. That is where you can help them, and us. Don’t be afraid of the punch to gut we received; we are more than that. You all have supported us through so much over the years. We are asking for that support again. The organizations that have graciously supported us in the past may not be able to until our paperwork comes back which means we will need the support of all you a little more this year then we have in the past. Please consider us when you plan your giving Tuesday/ year-end gift giving. The long ears thank you, and we as the board thank you.

Sincerely,

Ann Firestone

Hannah Allen

Elise Paffrath

Jean Cross

Donate to Save OUR Asses

 

Photos of animals currently in our care

Gandalf takes a drink of warm water dressed in his giant purple winter coat.

“Comfort in numbers.” From left to right, Athena, Apollo and Stephen all take an after breakfast nap together in the field.

Newest addition, Benjamin checks out his surroundings after coming off of the trailer and is welcomed to the rescue.

Athena walks up from the field for her breakfast mash.

Left to right, Betsy and Gandalf become friends though the fence before Betsy was let into the main herd.

Fern watching me throw hay in the field for her and her friends to eat.

Thank you all from the bottoms of our hearts, it’s for the equines that we keep on keeping on.

Thank you, thank you, thank you!

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This is an update from All About Equine Rescue.

All About Equine Animal Rescue, Inc.

Thank you for supporting AAE on Giving Tuesday this year!

Because of you, we were able to raise over $13,000 for the horses and exceed our goal! We are humbled by the love you’ve shown for our horses. 

The AAE community is always so supportive and wonderful, but we were blown away by everyone’s generosity yesterday. From the bottom of our hearts, thank you! We are grateful to be part of a community who is committed to helping horses-in-need.

 

Chilly Pepper – IT’S GIVING TUESDAY! Chilly Pepper needs and APPRECIATES your help!

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The following is from Chilly Pepper – Miracle Mustang:

Hi All,

Happy Giving Tuesday!

We were able to save Grandma Gladys, and she is happy, cuddly and LOVING actually being fed. However, she needs special groceries and we need to buy more hay in NV for the permanent residents. I had to buy truck tires yesterday and did so completely on Faith! It was definitely not in the budget, but I have to be safe, especially when hauling 14,000 pounds in the winter.

Purchase truck tires $1800
Hay in NV – will be $1500
Goldendale Vet $1500 (approx.)
Sparkles Vet bill – $325 (approx) initial bill I still haven’t received
Golconda Vet bill – $100? (Doc had to do a ranch call )- Anika is ok)

Sadly I am having to really address my physical issues at this time. I am having more and more limitations on what I can do physically, and that affects everything, So I figured it was time to share what is actually happening. I am pretty much having to hire help for most ALL of the physical needs of the rescue. This isn’t really new, but the amount of help I need has definitely increased.

I have had about 50+ surgeries, with the latest being just last December. I have RSD (Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy) which is a horrific nerve disease, as well asfibromyalgia.

I have a generator and battery pack in my stomach, and a spinal cord stimulator in my spine. Lately I have been needing my crutches, but my right shoulder replacement is giving me grief and definitely does Not want me using crutches. I can’t roll my wheel chair with my shoulders so messed up either. My brace is broken and I could really use a new body lol. If I was a horse I would put me down lol, but God still has lives for us to save!

This has been my normal life for years, but it is starting to affect what I need for the rescue in a much bigger way. I need to hire A LOT more help. It’s all good, but it makes for an added expense. It is also a huge reason why my Thank you’s are so behind, as well as everything else. I can only sit at my desk for increments of an hour or so at the most.

I am honestly just extremely grateful to God that I am not stuck on a couch scarfing pain pills. It’s either go non stop and “git ‘er done” (I can’t sit still because of the pain) or be in a coma on pain pills. Luckily I can get up most every day and do a little bit. I would not share this personal stuff, but I need folks to understand that although I am habitually behind, I APPRECIATE EVERY DONATION AND AM SORRY my Thank You’s are so slow.

Again, this is nothing new, with the exception of the pain being much worse lately. We still saved 83 horses this year, 5 cats and a dog. This is all due to YOU, MY AMAZING CHILLY PEPPER FAMILY. I want to make sure everyone truly understands, that me being late sending out Thank You’s is NOT from lack of caring or appreciation. It is literally being overwhelmed by 24/7 chronic pain, lack of internet which makes a 10 minute job take an hour, and just trying to get as much done as I can.

We are still waiting for the beautiful Mercedes to have her foal. Please say a prayer for safe and healthy Mom and Baby.

Please call 509-773-0369 if you would like to help with the vet bill.

THANK YOU TO EVERYONE WHO HAS BEEN HELPING SAVE THESE PRECIOUS LIVES

Please check out our Adoption page!
https://www.facebook.com/groups/543121366934903

IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO KEEP HELPING US SAVE MORE LIVES, YOU CAN GO TO:

-<You can go to gofundme<-

You can go to Paypal<-

PLEASE NOTE – Paypal shows Wild Horses in Need, as we are dba- Chilly Pepper

if you would like to help these horses.

->You can donate via check at: (PLEASE NOTE NEW PO BOX #)

Chilly Pepper – Miracle Mustang,

PO Box # 233

Golconda, NV 89414

You can also donate via credit card by calling Palomino at 530-339-1458.

NO MATTER HOW BIG OR HOW SMALL – WE SAVE THEM ALL!

SAVING GOD’S CRITTERS – FOUR FEET AT A TIME

Chilly Pepper – Miracle Mustang, WIN Project – Rescue & Rehab

We are now part of the WIN Organization

WIN (WILD HORSES IN NEED) is a 501c3 IRS EIN 55-0882407_

If there are ever funds left over from the cost of the rescue itself, the monies are used to feed, vet, care for and provide shelter and proper fencing for the animals once they are saved.

#GivingTuesday is Almost Over But There’s Still Time to Give!

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This is an update from All About Equine Rescue.

All About Equine Animal Rescue, Inc.

Our goal was to raise $7500 for Giving Tuesday and together we did it!

Thank you, thank you, thank YOU! Because of your support, we can continue to transform lives of equines in need.

We met today’s goal, but let’s not stop there!

We hope to raise at least $25,000 during the holiday season, and any additional gifts made today will help get closer to reaching that goal.

We need your help to provide life-saving assistance to more horses, expanding our presence in the community, and sharing the love and healing power of our equine friends in 2023.

Ways to Give

Here are a few ways you can support AAE for #GivingTuesday and all year long.

(1) Donate by clicking here or any of the red buttons below.

(2) Text GT4AAE to 53-555.

(3) Venmo your donation to @allaboutequine

(4) Mail a check to:

All About Equine Animal Rescue

2201 Francisco Drive #140-174

El Dorado Hills, CA 95762

(5) Drop off your donation at:

AAE Used Tack Store

4261 Sunset Lane, Suite B

Shingle Springs, CA 95682

(6) Give your time and become an AAE volunteer. We are always in need of volunteers and have opportunities at the barn, the AAE Used Tack Store, remote roles (such as our grants or events teams), and more!

(7) Shop at the AAE Used Tack Store in Shingle Springs where you can purchase tack, clothing, boots, and other items to benefit AAE’s rescue operations. The store also accepts donations of gently used or new tack.

DONATE

Whether you give $1000, $100, or $5, any amount makes a HUGE difference for the horses! No donation is too small. In fact, if every one of our followers made a $1 donation, we could surpass our GivingTuesday goal by thousands.

Donate now or anytime through tonight at 11:59pm PT.

DONATE

We know there are many non-profits that are deserving of donations, especially at this time of year. We appreciate your support of AAE now and always.

DONATE

Helping horses like Wylie just got even easier because AAE is now on Venmo!

If you wish to donate to AAE using Venmo, search for @allaboutequine.

Thank you for your support helping horses each and every day!

Your donations, volunteering, adopting, and social media shares & likes allow us to make this work possible!

Here’s Finn with a #GivingTuesday Update

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This is an update from All About Equine Rescue.

All About Equine Animal Rescue, Inc.

#GivingTuesday is just about halfway over and we are halfway to our $7500 goal!

Finn wants to thank everyone who has helped make this day a success so far! Thanks for your donations, social media shares & likes, and overall support!

From the bottom of our hearts, we are grateful for you!

The horses are counting on you today!

If you choose to donate to AAE for #GivingTuesday, you’ll give more horses a second chance for the life they deserve.

Ways to Give

(1) Donate by clicking here or any of the red buttons below.

(2) Text GT4AAE to 53-555.

(3) Venmo your donation to @allaboutequine

(4) Mail a check to:

All About Equine Animal Rescue

2201 Francisco Drive #140-174

El Dorado Hills, CA 95762

(5) Drop off your donation at:

AAE Used Tack Store

4261 Sunset Lane, Suite B

Shingle Springs, CA 95682

(6) Give your time and become an AAE volunteer. We are always in need of volunteers and have opportunities at the barn, the AAE Used Tack Store, remote roles (such as our grants or events teams), and more!

(7) Shop at the AAE Used Tack Store in Shingle Springs where you can purchase tack, clothing, boots, and other items to benefit AAE’s rescue operations. The store also accepts donations of gently used or new tack.

DONATE

Whether you give $1000, $100, or $5, any amount makes a HUGE difference for the horses! No donation is too small. In fact, if every one of our followers made a $1 donation, we could surpass our GivingTuesday goal by thousands.

Donate now or anytime through tonight at 11:59pm PT.

DONATE

We know there are many non-profits that are deserving of donations, especially at this time of year. We appreciate your support of AAE now and always.

DONATE

Helping horses like Wylie just got even easier because AAE is now on Venmo!

If you wish to donate to AAE using Venmo, search for @allaboutequine.

Give Hope to Horses like Granger for #GivingTuesday

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This is an update from All About Equine Rescue.

All About Equine Animal Rescue, Inc.

Today is Giving Tuesday! 

Together we can give more horses a second chance

for a healthy, happy future and a life of love!

Horses like Granger.

Granger came to AAE in July 2022 after an animal control intervention to a neglect situation. He was malnourished, having to fight for food in a herd of eight other much younger horses.

Once at AAE, he was started on a refeeding program with soaked alfalfa pellets, and he received long overdue dental and vet care, including vaccines and a microchip. He also saw the farrier for a much needed hoof trim. Over the past several months, Granger’s weight and overall health has improved.

Granger is looking for his forever home. This 30 year old sweetheart was used on a ranch for trail rides in his previous life, but is now best suited as non-riding companion horse.

He is easy going, and well mannered (as long as food isn’t involved). He does well in a herd environment (as long as he is fed separately to assure he gets what he needs). His ground manners are generally good, he’s good with the farrier, and he loads and trailers well.

If you are interested in learning more about Granger to see if he’s a good fit, please visit our website.

We are incredibly grateful to have supporters like you so we can continue improving the lives of horses like Granger, one life at a time.

Our goal is to raise $7,500 today and at least $25,000 this holiday season. We need your help to reach that goal. Any gifts would be greatly appreciated as we move into and through 2023 to assure that together we can continue to do what we do.

Ways to Give

Here are a few ways you can support AAE for #GivingTuesday and all year long.

(1) Donate by clicking here or any of the red buttons below.

(2) Text GT4AAE to 53-555.

(3) Venmo your donation to @allaboutequine

(4) Mail a check to:

All About Equine Animal Rescue

2201 Francisco Drive #140-174

El Dorado Hills, CA 95762

(5) Drop off your donation at:

AAE Used Tack Store

4261 Sunset Lane, Suite B

Shingle Springs, CA 95682

(6) Give your time and become an AAE volunteer. We are always in need of volunteers and have opportunities at the barn, the AAE Used Tack Store, remote roles (such as our grants or events teams), and more!

(7) Shop at the AAE Used Tack Store in Shingle Springs where you can purchase tack, clothing, boots, and other items to benefit AAE’s rescue operations. The store also accepts donations of gently used or new tack.

DONATE

Whether you give $1000, $100, or $5, any amount makes a HUGE difference for the horses! No donation is too small. In fact, if every one of our followers made a $1 donation, we could surpass our GivingTuesday goal by thousands.

Donate now or anytime through tonight at 11:59pm PT.

DONATE

We know there are many non-profits that are deserving of donations, especially at this time of year. We appreciate your support of AAE now and always.

DONATE

Helping horses like Wylie just got even easier because AAE is now on Venmo!

If you wish to donate to AAE using Venmo, search for @allaboutequine.

Thank you for your support helping horses each and every day!

Your donations, volunteering, adopting, and social media shares & likes allow us to make this work possible!

Introducing two new gals!

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This is an update from All About Equine Rescue.

All About Equine Animal Rescue, Inc.

Time for a quick intro…

Meet our two new donkeys, Loretta and Lainey!

First, we would like to apologize. It’s been so busy that we’re behind with our news! We welcomed two donkeys to AAE last month. These ladies came from a family who offered to care for them temporarily to help a friend who was going through a divorce. The friend got the donks for free on Craigslist. The friend moved out of state, and the donks were left behind. The family didn’t have any equine experience and could not afford to provide for them. Their owner said to find them a new home.

Sadly, Loretta, the beautiful brown gal with the long amber mane, is aged, malnourished, and her hooves are in very bad shape. Needless to say, she’s quite arthritic, too. The gray donk, Lainey, is obese, and she has two large hernias from a spay-job gone bad. They are both ever so sweet, and they hold no grudges to humans.

It sounds like they’d never had any veterinary care or hoof care, either. More to come soon. Prayers for Loretta that we can improve her comfort level.

Gabby Update!

Hurdles continue for our sweet Gabby! Her hoof abscesses have been relentless. Just when we thought we were over the hump, imagine three hoof abscesses at once. She’s a fighter, and we know she’s a winner!

When we picked up Gabby earlier this year, her hooves had been trimmed the day before. They looked like pancakes. She was very flat footed, and her heels were very far forward. Lest forget starvation, chronic sinus infection, painful eye infections, bloodwork, radiographs, dental, surgery, drain tube, Cushing’s disease, medications. She’s ready for a break, and it looks like we’re slowly getting to a good place, again. Send this girl some love.

Elliott Update!

This lil’ character had to go in for urgent surgery a few weeks ago, as his sheath reconfiguration was healing so well, it wanted to close again. Fortunately, this time the surgeon was able to modify the sheath again and go on a treasure hunt. Good news, he found two healthy jewels, and they were not hidden too deep so he got ’em! Now we definitively have a young gelding. Better news, Elliott is healing well, he’s urinating well, and soon he’ll soon be leading a nearly normal life thanks to all of your support. He sends an enormous thank you to all of you!

DONATE

 

 

GivingTuesday Is Next Week But You Can Give NOW!

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This is an update from All About Equine Rescue.

All About Equine Animal Rescue, Inc.

Thanks to the support and generosity of our AAE family, you’ve helped turn a challenging year into one filled with hope.

AAE moved to our new home in Pilot Hill. It has been a difficult transition at times and it is still a work in progress. In the coming year, we need to set up more equipment, including a new barn, and cross off a few other to-dos on our list. Nevertheless, we are beyond grateful to be here and are thankful to everyone who helped us make the move. We are excited for what the future holds and all that will be able to accomplish with this larger property.

This year we received an increased number of requests from families who needed to surrender their horses. We always strive to rescue as many as equine as we can, but with the increased requests along with the soaring hay costs and California fuel prices, we unfortunately weren’t able to help everyone who needed it. Thanks to you, we did rescue some equine who had special needs and gave them a second chance for a better life. Horses like Gabby, a retired racehorse who was emaciated and battling chronic issues; Elliott who struggled with urinating freely, and instead, had urine dribbling almost continuously, scalding his skin; old Granger who arrived undernourished, having to fight for food in a herd of eight other much younger horses; and most recently, a pair of donkeys (one in dire need of care) who were abandoned by their person. 

Our goal is to raise $7500 for GivingTuesday, beginning now until next week on November 29, and at least $25,000 this holiday season. We need your help to reach our goal. Tis the season for giving, and any gifts would be greatly appreciated as we move into and through 2023.

Together we can give more horses a second chance for a healthy, happy future and a life of love!

Kick off your Thanksgiving by giving to your favorite horses!

GivingTuesday might be a week away, but you don’t have to wait. You can donate now and help us reach our goal of $7500!

Whether you give $1000, $100, or $5, any amount makes a HUGE difference for the horses! No donation is too small. In fact, if every one of our followers made a $1 donation, we could surpass our GivingTuesday goal by thousands.

Ways To Give

Whether you donate now, on GivingTuesday, or any day in between, there are several ways you can give.

(1) Donate by clicking here or using a red donate button below.

(2) Text GT4AAE to 53-555.

(3) Venmo your donation to @allaboutequine

(4) Mail a check to:

All About Equine Animal Rescue

2201 Francisco Drive #140-174

El Dorado Hills, CA 95762

(5) Drop off your donation at:

AAE Used Tack Store

4261, Suite B

Shingle Springs, CA 95682

DONATE

We know there are many non-profits that are deserving of donations, especially at this time of year. We appreciate your support of AAE today and always.

Thank YOU!

DONATE

Helping horses like Wylie just got even easier because AAE is now on Venmo!

If you wish to donate to AAE using Venmo, search for @allaboutequine.

Thank you for your support helping horses each and every day!

Your donations, volunteering, adopting, and social media shares & likes allow us to make this work possible!

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