Equine Rescues






List of Equine Rescues


The following is from Chilly Pepper - Miracle Mustang: Another phone call - ANOTHER 911Shipper called and there are babies on the feedlot and more coming this week.(?) We need to get them asap or it will be too late. I am packing the trailer tonight and heading out in the morning. WILL YOU HELP ME SAVE THEIR LIVES? As I write this my heart is broken into a million pieces. Instead of Batman heading to his new home, I had to bury him. He needed surgery for his inguinal hernia. During the surgery he ruptured, and had to be euthanized. I can't hardly breathe, but Batman would want us to keep saving as many lives as we can. He himself was one of our rescues that y'all helped save. PLEASE HELP ME HONOR HIM BY SAVING THESE LIVES! As usual, there is no time to grieve, but we are the only chance these new babies have, so I have to stop the tears and focus on saving them. Please donate if you can - we need transport funds, bail, money for vetting and milk and supplies. Milk and medicines have gone up substantially with the whole virus situation and we are getting hit where it hurts. We need to buy hay. No matter what is going on in the world, rescue never stops. We need your help now to save these lives. (From the information I received, there are more expected this week.) 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 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 ...
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The following is from Chilly Pepper - Miracle Mustang: YOU DID IT! You saved 41 babies, a gorgeous stallion, 1 pregnant mare, a possibly pregnant mare and Grandpa Gus, the aged Mule. (Above are some fun, random pix, of some of the babies you saved; yes, there are probably a couple duplicates lol.) We had a heck of a time matching up their paperwork. Some of them are identical except for a few of the hairs on their stars. THANK YOU to each and every one who donated, prayed or shared the information. Most of the babies have already been adopted, and we actually have folks waiting for the more to come in. (Something we seldom see.) We still have several needing surgery or specialized care and we will be adopting them out once they are deemed healthy enough to do so. Our adoption teamed rocked these latest rescuesKari Robie, Emily Nes, Mama Mel, Danny & Danniell Dustin, and our Adoption Coordinator Helen Ardire, all came through to get these babies to their new homes. We incurred the rescue, vetting costs etc., but everyone working together is what makes this work. So THANK YOU TEAM! We could not do it alone. However, today we need help back at the rescue in NV ! (We also need help for the Hernia surgery on one of our babies in Idaho.) Big Matt, Texas Triumph, Tatiana and BatMan all need your help with some urgent veterinary care on Wednesday. Our colt in Idaho has his surgery the next day. He has an inguinal hernia? We have been working on the drafts' feet, but they are both having severe pain issues when it comes to lifting their back feet. Both of them have issues with their rear legs, Big Matt's hocks are a mess, and we are still trying to diagnose all the issues ...
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The following is from Chilly Pepper - Miracle Mustang: The calls keep coming. Another 911, another life to save! An urgent call to save this precious life"GRANDPA GUS" is so sad and confused. He doesn't understand what is happening to him. Look at his sad little face. PLEASE DONATE so we can save his life. This is time sensitive and extremely urgent. I just couldn't bear to let him ship, so I took another leap of faith. I KNOW our Chilly Pepper family will come together to save him. In April alone, Y'ALL HAVE SAVED 41 BABIES AND 3 ADULTS, including a gorgeous stallion shown below, and two mares, one of them a pregnant mare and the other a "gelding" who actually is a mare. So 3 adult lives and 41 babies. You ARE making a huge difference. It took a lot of funding, but y'all came through! Today, let's change the WHOLE WORLD FOR "GRANDPA GUS"!! He does not deserve to ship to slaughter. We are the only ones who can save him now. Please help if you can and share far and wide! Standing by for the trappers (as usual). However, it was wonderful to be able to save the additional adults due to the fact the horses escaped the trap last week. This gorgeous stallion (shown below) is now living in Oregon with a wonderful woman who has years of experience with the wild ones, including stallions. Y'ALL SAVED HIM!! Most all the babies out of the first groups have been adopted, thanks to an amazing group of women. But TODAY, WE NEED TO SAVE "GRANDPA GUS"! Remember, the clock is ticking. THANK YOU to everyone who donated to save April's horses. It meant everything to each and every one of them who were given a chance to be saved. IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO KEEP HELPING US SAVE ...
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The following is from Chilly Pepper - Miracle Mustang: CHILLY PEPPER really needs your help now. Just got the call for between 25-50 BABIES! URGENT 911 UPDATE ANOTHER 911 CALL. Horses are in the trap right now! We will need in around $20 - 25,000+/- to pull this rescue off. We have to pay Bail. We need to get the babies any medical treatment needed, (this last group had a baby with a fractured skull, and that was just one of the injuries). We need to get blood work, (Coggins), etc and health certs. We need to transport these babies home. We are going to need more panels and shelter as well. The cost of milk alone will be astronomical. It takes roughly $300 worth of milk for 1 baby for one month. We are still early in the season, so they are still young and still need their milk. Multiply that by 50? That could be $10,000 - $15,000 FOR MILK ALONE!! This does not include shavings, hay, grain, meds or any of the other expenses these babies have. It is beyond go time. I am heading out the door. PLEASE HELP NOW! I have to let the catcher know how many we can really take on. We can't just "save them". We have to be able to provide everything they need. I don't want to say "NO" to even a single baby. We need to make sure that we leave NO ONE behind. We need to save them ALL! It's bad enough we cannot save the rest of the horses, but at least we can try and save their babies. THANK YOU for saving the last 14. We have 5 left needing homes, and NOW we need to step up for this new batch of babies. WHAT A MOTHER'S DAY GIFT it would be to save all ...
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Thank you! You GAVE and in a BIG Way to Make it a Big DAY!

The following is from All About Equine Animal Rescue: You GAVE in BIG Way! We have all been so moved by your support of All About Equine this year. Through GivingTuesday and Big Day of Giving, 140 donors gave nearly $23,700 to help horses in need. We are so grateful you rose to the occasion. Your giving exceeded our expectations!With your help, we continue our work to help horses like Georgia, and sometimes their humans. Not long before COVID-19, Georgia's family of five lost their home in a fire. After subsequent challenges with employment, rebuilding, temporary housing, and stay at home orders, they felt the best thing for Georgia would be a better life than they could give. She is scheduled for her dental next week. Her vaccines will be updated next week, and a microchip inserted. Once updated, she will be evaluated and available for adoption, soon. We are so GRATEFUL for the love and support our community has shown AAE. From the bottoms of our hearts, Thank YOU! Donate to Help ...
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There is STILL time to GIVE!

The following is from All About Equine Animal Rescue: We Need You! The Sacramento Region Community Foundation's Big Day of Giving is TODAY!! This is still time to to take part in this community grown 24 hour giving challenge. A day to GIVE where your HEART is! The horses of AAE have our hearts and we hope they have yours too! Make a Difference Donate Today! Remember Taylor? Taylor came to AAE December of 2019. Taylor was rescued from a kill pen (by a private party) in July and taken to a board/care facility.  Only thing is, it seems her rescuer forgot to go back to take care of her. She never paid for her board/care, she never had her hooves trimmed, she never had her teeth checked and she never vaccinated her. Taylor is an older TB mare (20-ish), about 15.1 hh, and an absolute sweetheart. Her hoof and dental care were long neglected, though her hooves looked ok from the outside.  Her hooves were long, her bars and sole were much overgrown, and it was all stuck within her hoof walls. She had her first trim shortly after arrival, she was vaccinated and dewormed, a microchip was placed, and her teeth were floated. She has a dental condition called “Equine odontoclastic tooth resorption and hypercementosis" (EOTRH); however, radiographs indicated her teeth and jaw structure remain in relatively good, solid condition. Her tongue tends hangs out of her mouth a bit; it just adds a little more character to this sweet gal. As with all the horses at AAE, she continues her routine care is maintained while she is here Taylor has had a tough life, and she really needs a soft landing, ideally into a companion home where she'll be doted on and loved a lot. Might you be her new family? Visit ...
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