Equine Rescues






List of Equine Rescues

Only TWO Days to Save $! We’re Keeping Busy at AAE!!

The following is from All About Equine Animal Rescue: Your Support Keeps Us Going!! Horses continue to get help at AAE thanks to so many of you.  It's hard to believe that we are about a quarter way through the year already!  2018 continues to be very busy for AAE.  The AAE Used Tack Store continues to be a success, we have new items donated every week from our awesome supporters.  If you haven't come out to the store, please stop by!  Our address is: 4261-B Sunset Lane, Shingle Springs, CA Business Hours: Friday - Monday 12:00p - 4:00p Many thanks to you for your continued support. Without it, we couldn't help horses like those below. Two Days Left Before  Ticket Prices Increase on 4/1/18 ****Scroll down to the Boots & Bling block to reserve your tickets!**** January Arrivals Update As you know, in Janaury, AAE took in seven horses. We have been very busy helping them back to good health, and wanted to share an update on their status.  If you'd like to contribute toward the monthly costs for a specific horse to support our work as we rehabilitate these horses and search for forever homes, please consider sponsoring one of these special souls.  Visit our website for more info.  If you would like to be a monthly sponsor fora specific horse, please click the "Sponsor" link below the horse. No doubt, these horses have already put a dent in our vet budget.  After reading each horse's story, if you'd like to make a donation to help with the costs we have incurred, please click the link below to donate. Donate Here Dia and Noche - ADOPTED!! These two girls came to AAE together after family health issues, and they found their forever home together. Dia's surgery went well.  Thank you for your donations to ...
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Is it the Luck of the Irish that we have you?!

The following is from All About Equine Animal Rescue: We hope this Saint Patrick's Day brings you luck and good fortune! We are lucky every day to have supporters like you and to continue to be able to help horses. We are so grateful for You!! Did you get your fill of green today? Marshy loves all things green! This is one of his favorite holidays...green grass, green hay, green treats, what's not to love?! Leprechauns must be visiting the barn today, Rusty is full of Saint Patty's Day shenanigans! 2 Weeks until ticket price goes up!  Get your tickets now!   Tickets for AAE's 5th Annual Boots and Bling fundraising event on May 5th are now on sale. You don't want to miss this! Get your tickets early before they sell out!    Click Here to Buy Tickets Boots & Bling tickets are on sale for $35 per person.  Get them before the price goes up to $40 on April 1st This is a super fun event that includes  a BBQ dinner, Live and Silent Auctions, Music and Dancing!  This event funds a large portion of our annual budget that keeps us saving and serving horses and humans throughout the year WE LOVE WHEN YOUR GROUP JOINS US FOR BOOTS!! PLEASE BUY TOGETHER TO SIT TOGETHER ******************************************************** Boots & Bling needs YOU!  Event SPONSORSHIP and TABLE options are available!   Check out our sponsor and table packages here, or let's work together to create a package that works for you!  For more information or to sign on as a sponsor, please contact dave@allaboutequine.org. Many thanks to our past sponsors for helping make this a successful event. Lees' Feed & Western Wear                    We also need LIVE and SILENT AUCTION DONATIONS! For more information or to ...
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The following is from Chilly Pepper - Miracle Mustang: THANK YOU FOR SAVING MY MOM TOO!! Well as usual, we are saving way more horses than we were told about on this trip. As of right now I am sitting in WA State in Mel's driveway with 3 mares and their tiny babies. One of them was just born yesterday. We also have 4 weanlings, and unfortunately they are in really rough shape. They are severely unhealthy and so far from healthy it brings a tear. The first mare that came in with a baby is also underweight and severely lacking in groceries. Her baby (named Jax), had a badly infected puncture wound on his front leg. Thank God we took his temperature as it was extremely high, 104.1. That is really high and much higher could be deadly. So we gave him antibiotics and cleaned and flushed his wound. We have to separate him from mom twice a day to medicate him and clean his leg. It's a bit hairy because his mom is on the reactive side. But so far everyone is safe and settling into the routine. We also saved a very pregnant mare who has a severe injury to her hind end.She was in tremendous pain and is having issues with both back legs. She is very thin and it's so sad to see how weak she is and how very pregnant she is. She is also on pain meds, and we are hoping and praying that she will have her baby before we have to travel. We pulled 4 weanlings in with mom and baby, but instead of dropping them off at a friend's to be placed in their new homes as planned, we have to take them back to NV for some much needed TLC. They ...
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The following is from Chilly Pepper - Miracle Mustang: THANK YOU FOR SAVING MY MOM TOO!! BABY SEASON IS HERE! We have already done 9 horses so far..... I received an urgent call this afternoon. We have a teeny, tiny little one whose mama is scheduled to ship out, unless we can pull off another miracle. We also are looking at two yearlings IF we can raise enough funds for them. But it gets worse, apparently there is at least one, if not more, very pregnant mares about to ship. For those of you who have never seen the reality of slaughter, that baby will be sliced out of its mama and thrown alive on the slaughter floor. I have actually seen it. That is the reality. This is why we work non-stop, often literally 24/7 around the clock taking care of babies to try and save as many as we can. (I cried all afternoon thinking about the baby and the horses. But I know that all we can do is our best, and I am thankful we are given a chance to save some.) We don't always have the option of saving mom, and in all reality we are full. So, IF WE HAVE A CHANCE TO SAVE MOM and the heavily pregnant mare and the baby's mama, we need help NOW, and lots of it. WHO WE SAVE will depend directly on how much money is raised to save their lives. We know we will find a way to get the little one, but I don't want to leave horses behind that we could save. UNLESS we just take the orphan, we will need to set up another shelter before we leave to be able to get the very pregnant mare and to save mama and baby. We don't have time to build one, we will need ...
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SYA Cabin Fever Auction

The following is from Save Your Ass Long Ear Rescue: Dear friends of SYALER, Spring is almost here, and despite the mud and melting snow, the birds are starting to sing and the days are getting longer, and best of all, the folks at SYALER are offering up their sure cure for Cabin Fever-the 2018 Online Facebook Auction! Don't miss out on the fun! Here's your chance to bid on a wonderful assortment of goods and services and support the mules and donkeys at SYALER at the same time. The bidding will open at approximately 7:00 PM on Sunday March 11, and will end exactly on Sunday March 18 at 9:00 PM on the auction's Facebook page: SYA's Fundraising Auction https://www.facebook.com/SYAauction2018/  This auction page won't go live until Saturday evening on March 11, but we will be posting previews and bidding instructions this week on the SYALER Facebook page and website: https://www.facebook.com/syalongear/ saveyourassrescue.org If you need assistance or more information, you can email Joan at SYAauction2018@gmail.com or call at 413-559-8414. See you at the auction!! Donate ...
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So long, sweet Kaya!

The following is from All About Equine Animal Rescue: Sweet Kaya, Our Hearts are Broken We've had a sad week at AAE with the loss of our sweet, sweet ol' girl, Kaya.  Many of you may remember she colicked last month, and her docs found a stone in her tummy.  Sadly, it reared it's ugly self again, and this past Tuesday morning, Kaya was not herself.  She hadn't eaten her dinner, and she hadn't pooped all night.  Not good!  We called the vet, and after exam, we took her to the clinic for hospitalization.  She was impacted again, and we were faced with the surgery question, again.  It's a heart-wrenching question when faced with the cost of surgery, her age, recovery, and all the other horses in our care.  Just as importantly, all of the volunteers and participants that love each and every horse in our care and the participants that share their lives, as well.  Needless to say, this is one special mare that has so kindly touched the lives of so many people. She gave so much to so many, and she had a very good prognosis for the stone removal surgery, so we were planning to ask all of her friends for help.  As we were preparing a special fundraiser for her surgery, the call came.  Kaya had a cough.  Not a good thing with consideration of surgery.  Sadly, the docs discovered she had a diaphragmatic hernia.  She had fluid in her chest, and some of her intestines were pushing into her thoracic cavity.  Sadly, this presented a much more complicated situation for our sweet girl, and we felt the best thing we could do is send her gently across the Rainbow Bridge. Kaya came to us February 25th, 2014, four years and two days before she left ...
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