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List of Equine Rescues


Believe in the Magic of the Season

The following is from All About Equine Animal Rescue:    AAE is so thankful for you! Your support and generosity on #GivingTuesday is so appeciated! Without you, we would not be able to continue our mission to Rescue, Rehabilitate and Rehome. Thank you for all you do! Did you know that giving isn't limited to a single day? Let #givingtuesday be the start of your giving campaign! There are more giving opportunities in the month of December as we continue to help horses! Your support means the world to horses in need! We can't do it without you! Thank you from the all of us at AAE. It's been a busy year and you've made this world a better place for some lucky horses this year. Join us as we share 31 stories that show how you helped horses in 2019. We hope you enjoy these stories as we count down to 2020! Your support this month will help us prepare for another year of helping horses by funding our veterinary budget for 2020. DONATE We can not do this without you! Thank you all for your support! Remember AmazonSmile when you shop this Holiday Season! AmazonSmile donates to All About Equine Animal Rescue, Inc. at no cost to you! Shop Now! TEXAS, BIG & RICH Texas, Big & Rich came to AAE in January 2019 after abandonment on a large (400-acre) property in Placer County eight years ago.  Sadly, these guys have a long history of failures after once roaming free. Our understanding these mustangs came to a rescue in California in 2009 after removal from a neglect situation at another rescue in Nebraska.  These are three-strike mustangs; they had three failed adoption attempts while at BLM.  Long story short, in 2011, they were part of a group of 10 placed on a beautiful 400-acre foster property. The ...
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Finnegan, One of Kind!

The following is from All About Equine Animal Rescue: It's #GivingTuesday and today we celebrate giving!  All About Equine hopes you can join us today and help make a difference!  This global day of giving is designed to give back to our communities and help those around us!  Be the change you want to see in the world and help AAE make a difference in the lives of our horses!  This year our goal is $5000. Unexpected veterinarian expenses are a constant reality for animal rescues. Your donation helps with these expenses! OUR HORSES NEED YOU! We can't do this without your support and we THANK YOU for all you do! DONATE On this #GivingTuesday we are continuing our countdown to 2020 with another story. FINNEGAN Many of you recognize Finnegan, an AAE Resident and Volunteer favorite! Here's a Finn update; gotta love Finn! Some of you remember when.....     He was such a cute lil' peanut, and he weaseled his way into everyone's heart! It was so bittersweet when Finn went out on adoption as a yearling, but similarly bittersweet when he returned to AAE about six months later. Being the fave that he was, no one was too disappointed. Finn's growing into such an incredibly handsome guy, and he's continuing his education, too.   It wasn't long after he returned that Finn earned himself a spot as a resident program horse at AAE.  He's brought fun and laughter to everyone. His entertainment factor (and patriotism) is second to none.    However, the entertainment value comes at a cost.  Finn epitomizes the statement that horses will be horses.  Once a horse is rehabilitated with AAE the care doesn't stop there. Horse like Finn find trouble....lameness, rattlesnakes, lacerations, colic, you name it!       He loves to give us a scare, and he must be one of Dr ...
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#GivingTuesday is Here!

The following is from All About Equine Animal Rescue: AAE is participating in #GivingTuesday. This global giving movement has been built by individuals, families, organizations, businesses and communities in all 50 states and in countries around the world. Join the movement, be a part of something BIG and GIVE! Donate Today! As the giving season begins, we encourage you to think of the horses!  They are in need of your support, and there are many ways to give! Help make a difference today!!    We can't do this without your support and we THANK YOU for all you do! Check out our website and Facebook page to learn more. DONATE If you'd rather mail a check, please make check payable to "All About Equine Animal Rescue, Inc." and send to 2201 Francisco Dr. #140-174 El Dorado Hills, CA  95762 The giving doesn't stop there.   Can't give money? Give time and VOLUNTEER!  AAE is a volunteer-based organization, and we always need volunteers. Check out the Volunteer Needs section below for more details. If you are interested in volunteering Click Here Can there be more ways to give?!  Yes!!! AAEs Used Tack Store in Shingle Springs is always in need of your gently used tack, equipment and supplies. All proceeds from the store support AAE's operating costs including feed, veterinary expenses, hoof and dental care, and other day to day needs.  If you haven't already, please come check it out!  Take a peek at our current inventory, and learn more about donating tack! AAE Used Tack Store 4261 Sunset Lane, Suite B Shingle Springs, CA To make arrangements for your donation, contact the store at tack@allaboutequine.org or visit the AAE Used Tack Store Facebook page for updates too! We've Extended Our Hours! Check out our facebook page for pop-up hours and specials! Proceeds from the store support AAE operations. If you'd like to donate tack or join the ...
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TMR Rescue needs your help this Giving Tuesday

The following is from TMR Rescue: Support TMR Rescue this Giving Tuesday and have 100% of your donation matched! Starting at 7:00 am cst this tuesday December 3rd Facebook's Social Good program will match the first 7 million dollars donated dollar for dollar.These funds are generally used up in the first 15 to 20 minutes so to get your donations matched it must be done as close to 7:00 am CST as possible.  The links below will direct you to the donation page and to our email if you would like a reminder by txt message or email on tuesday morning. 100% of your donations will go towards helping donkeys like baby JoJo. Abandoned Day Old Baby Donkey Left to Die 4 Week old JoJo on the gogo Donate to Help ...
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Believe in the Magic of the Season

The following is from All About Equine Animal Rescue: It's been a busy year and you've made this world a better place for some lucky horses this year. Join us as we share 31 stories that show how you helped horses in 2019. We hope you enjoy these stories as we count down to 2020! Your support this month will help us prepare for another year of helping horses by funding our veterinary budget for 2020. DONATE We can not do this without you! Thank you all for your support! BARNEY AAE kicked off 2019 with an intake on the 1st day of January, so Barney is the perfect way to kick off the 1st day of our December stories. Barney came to AAE on January 1, 2019 from a family distress situation. Barney is a Belgian Draft horse in his early 20s. He stands about 16.2 hands high.  His owner was not long widowed single mom of two young children facing many struggles of her own. She tried to hang on to Barney, the bright light in her life.  Sadly, Barney was paying the price for her despair, and she finally realized he needed more than she could give. He was underweight (weighing in at about 1300 pounds at intake), he'd been dealing with chronic diarrhea for months, and he also had some chronic respiratory issues. He slobbers like the best of them, too (remember Angus?). We learned Barney was originally trained as a driving horse as part of a team, and when that didn't work out, he was rehomed.  Apparently, the next goal for this guy was to make him a trail horse, but that didn't work out either. Barney had a troublesome kicking issue when faced with too much pressure.  Can you imagine being anywhere near the double barrel of a draft ...
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Believe in the Magic of the Season

The following is from All About Equine Animal Rescue: It's been a busy year and you've made this world a better place for some lucky horses this year. Join us as we share 31 stories that show how you helped horses in 2019. We hope you enjoy these stories as we count down to 2020! Your support this month will help us prepare for another year of helping horses by funding our veterinary budget for 2020. DONATE We can not do this without you! Thank you all for your support! Remember AmazonSmile when you shop Cyber Monday deals! AmazonSmile donates to All About Equine Animal Rescue, Inc. at no cost to you! Shop Now! SCOTTY , RUSTIC, and ALWAYS...and CLANCY, too The fab three seniors, Scotty, Rustic, and Always came in to AAE in January 2019 as their retired owners were experiencing significant health issues making it difficult to provide their daily care.  They were also in the process of downsizing, selling their ranch property, and relocating their home out of state.   The trio was in good health, and they had been well cared for, but like so many senior horses, they had been difficult to rehome.  To no avail, their prior owners had tried for quite some time to find a suitable boarding facility near their out of state home or a home locally.    Not long after they arrived, we did the intake dance, having their care updated:  hoof care, dentals, vaccines, deworming, and microchips. All three had old horse teeth, and they were all on pellets only senior diets.  The two ol' dudes had a bit of "the look", so Dr. Stolba - Loomis Basin Equine Medical Center also collected blood samples to test them for Cushing's Disease.  Their bloodwork indicated they were both "in the zone' (borderline), so they were started on low doses of daily ...
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