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List of Equine Rescues


We Are So Thankful!

The following is from All About Equine Animal Rescue: Happy Thanksgiving from the Horses and all of the Volunteers at AAE!  We hope you are enjoying Thanksgiving with your family and friends. This is the time of year we reflect on all we are grateful for and give thanks to those around us. Our horses are so incredibly thankful for plenty of food and good health, and our volunteers are grateful for full hearts. We have YOU to thank! THANK YOU for all of the GREAT THINGS you do to make it possible to help so many horses! Without the support and generosity of our volunteers, donors, and supporters like you, we would not be able to continue our mission to Rescue, Rehabilitate, and Rehome horses in need. So far this year your support has helped us rescue and rehabilitate 30 horses, and 27 horses have found families of their own. From the bottom of our hearts, thank YOU for all YOU do for horses in need and AAE! THANK YOU for all of the GREAT THINGS you do to make it possible to help so many horses! We are Thankful!! You're helping us get the south and southeast portions of our new fencing done! Thank you to Jean R. for heading up the team, and special thanks to Micah Smith/Tailored Tree and Callie Mirsky/Cali Homes for always coming to the rescue, bringing your help and friends to AAE Thank you!   If you can help AAE build more fences, we need you.  We have a lot yet to do. Please email if you'd like to join the fence team!! Looking for a Horse?? We have quite a few really nice horses available for adoption! Here are a few... Check out our website to see all of our available horses. We've Extended Our Hours! Check out our facebook page for ...
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Storewide Sale 20% off *

The following is from All About Equine Animal Rescue: Shop at AAE's Used Tack Store and support AAE! BLACK FRIDAY Storewide Sale 20% off * * a few exceptions apply It's time to shop 'til you drop! 9a to 6p today (Friday 11/29/19) 4261 Sunset Lane Shingle Springs, CA 95682                                                                                                                                     Please visit the store; we will NOT likely be able to respond to individual inquiries. If you're not in the shopping spirit, we'd happily receive tack donations, too. All proceeds from store sales support AAE operations. We are Thankful!! You're helping us get the south and southeast portions of our new fencing done! Thank you to Jean R. for heading up the team, and special thanks to Micah Smith/Tailored Tree and Callie Mirsky/Cali Homes for always coming to the rescue, bringing your help and friends to AAE Thank you!   If you can help AAE build more fences, we need you.  We have a lot yet to do. Please email if you'd like to join the fence team!! Looking for a Horse?? We have quite a few really nice horses available for adoption! Here are a few... Check out our website to see all of our available horses. 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 volunteer team at the store, please send us an email. New Volunteer Needs As many of you know, we've been ...
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Save Your Ass Rescue Newletter

The following is from Save Your Ass Long Ear Rescue: Emaciated Horse and Donkey Become Best Friends  As some of you may know, on the 7th of November Trevor and I went on a rescue trip to pick up a donkey and horse. (Ann was working hard for the rescue at Equine Affaire, otherwise she would have be with us!) The donkey and horse have since been given the new names Hobie and Walton. Both of these animals are completely emaciated and have been starved. Long story short, the gentleman we picked them up from today went to a farm in VT to buy horses. When looking at the horses he was going to buy he noticed a donkey and a horse in a separate pen and noticing their awful condition inquired about them to the farm owner. The owner told him in few words that they were no longer being used on his “ranch” and he was going to dispose of them in the next couple of weeks. Bless this man, he bought them on the spot.. Hobie the donkey has been used the majority of his life for donkey basketball events, which is exactly what it sounds like. People dragging donkeys onto basket ball courts, jumping on their backs for “fun and entertainment.” This is in no way enjoyable for the donkeys, and in our opinion, and many others it is 100% abuse and taking advantage of the donkeys calm and stoic nature. But more of that at a different time. Hobie and Walton bonded as a result of both of them being completely starved, bullied and beaten up by other horses. When we first arrived to pick them up, both Hobie and Walton were standing separate from the other horses in the herd. Hobie was the first to say hello ...
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2 MORE LITTLE ONES NEED YOU NOW! LET’S BRING THEM HOME TO CHILLY PEPPER ASAP!

The following is from Chilly Pepper - Miracle Mustang: These precious little stallions need your help asap!! It is that time of year when folks start to "downsize", as winter quickly approaches, and we know all know what happens to the unwanted. These 2 teeny tinies need a safe place to land, and we are it. Both are pretty much unhandled and are little stud colts. Please help us get them today!! We will have to pay bail, vetting, for health certs and transportation to get them home. Let's make their holiday season happy and full of love. The last rescue was successful, although we barely squeaked by. Thankfully someone stepped up for the large pony and the Arabian. We were able to bail out the older TB mare, as well as help save 2 stallions. Thank you everyone who stepped up. We realize it is the beginning of the holiday seasons, and we so appreciate everyone who still is stepping up and saving lives. God bless you!! If you want to donate directly to our vet, here is the information. Zimmerman Veterinary 1 775-623-0981 and let them know it is for "Palomino - Chilly Pepper - Miracle Mustang". PLEASE LET'S "GIT 'ER DONE" ONCE MORE and save these precious lives!!! Below, the mare who's life you saved and one of the stallions. PTL, the mare was adopted in WA and did not have to make the trip all the way to NV. Gorgeous little stud man is heading to an amazing home in MT! Now let's save the teeny tinies :) 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 #) ...
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New Items on the Auction Block, one more day to bid!! Fence building help and more…

The following is from All About Equine Animal Rescue: Never has it felt more true.  The horses come to AAE for a reason, because of your support, it's possible. THANK YOU for all of the GREAT THINGS you do to make it possible to help so many horses! CONWAY, one we were able to help Conway came to AAE with six of his other equine friends after the passing of his elderly owner.  Due to his owner's health conditions and physical limitations, this herd had not received adequate care for quite some time.  The County animal care agency had been involved for quite some time.  Though we offered assistance over a year ago; owner declined, looking only for financial support. Conway had foundered; he had not received hoof or dental care for quite a while. His hooves were painful, and he was very depressed. Conway on day of pick-up in July 2019 Conway was a bit nervous, lacking confidence and appreciation for humans.  He was not readily halterable without patience and try. Conway was evasive, sensitive, and really wanted to be alone.  He was not a fan of hoof handling, either, understandably so. Shortly after arrival, radiographs were taken of Conway's hooves, and he got much needed hoof and dental care.    Conway needed sedation for hoof care initially.  After two- to four-week trim cycles, continued hoof care and much love and attention, this lil' guy has come around.  He's beginning to seek attention, and he stands quietly for the farrier.  Conway has some sensitivity with the farrier when rasping his dorsal wall, likely due to residual sensitivity, but he seems to improve with each trim cycle.  Conway is living in a small mini horse/donkey herd environment, and his personality is slowly surfacing. Recent photo of Conway shortly before moving on to his forever home ...
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HEADING BACK TO WA – MORE BABIES AT THE FEED LOT – CHILLY PEPPER NEEDS YOUR HELP NOW!

The following is from Chilly Pepper - Miracle Mustang: ANOTHER MIRACLE BABY - MEET LITTLE MAX, AND HIS MAMA WHO REJECTED HIM. They just keep coming. All the horses in the last batch have been savedLuckily another rescue stepped up and helped fund raise and there is only one left at this time. We are slated to bring him home if he does not get adopted in the next few hours. Sadly, between his fees and Coggins etc., we will need another $750 just to save him, and that does not include the additional babies.. It cost $6027 ($1400 to save the horses and the rest for Coggins and Health Certs and to get the emergency vet care for our gentle giant and the tiny Max. Big Matt had a bad case of colic, and Little Matt was on his way to a certain death. In addition, one of the horses I am bringing home on this next trip needed emergency vet care yesterday for an infected hoof. So that pretty much wiped out the coffers. We try to do as much of the vetting as we can, but sometimes you have to bite the bullet and save the lives God puts in front of youSo we need more help now! I have to get to WA, so we can save the 4 babies waiting at the feed lot. Then those horses have to get vetted and we have to get back home. THE MIRACLE OF MAX-AMILLION I received the call for MAX, hours after he was born. His Mama absolutely refused to have anything to do with him and shoved him into a water tank. So this newborn (probably a preemie) ended up with no care, a Mama bent on hurting him, and wet and frozen cold out in the freezing winds. It was a horrific way ...
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