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SYALER eNewsletter

The following is from Save Your Ass Long Ear Rescue: February 9, 2017 Ears the news... I don't know about you folks but January presented enough challenges to do me just fine for the rest of the winter. I am enjoying looking out at the falling snow as I write this, but enough already with the ice and subzero temperatures. It's wonderful having the light changing and lasting longer day by day. I need the encouragement from Mother Nature! We have a lot to look forward to at Save Your Ass...the birth of Zelda's foal for one thing. No, she has still not had it! We have no idea of when she was bred, but to the best of our knowledge her baby "should" come this month. I sleep with my iPad under my pillow so every time she moves the barn camera sends me a message letting me know. No, I haven't been getting much sleep for the last month or so, but hopefully I will be aware of the foaling when the time does finally come.  We are still accepting name suggestions in our "Help Zelda Name Her Foal!!" contest... For each $5. donation to SYA, please make a name suggestion. We will keep the boy's names and gril's names separate and after birth Zelda will pull an entry from whichever collection is appropriate. If your name suggestion is chosen, Zelda will be sending you a plush "Borden" from our merchandise herd. If you choose to make your donation by check, please note your name suggestion in the memo field and mail the check to: Ann Firestone Save Your Ass Long Ear Rescue Broomtail Farm 23 Saw Mill Road South Acworth, NH 03607 If you choose to make your donation by PayPal, use our donate button below, and ...
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Tickets Available Now!

The following is from All About Equine Animal Rescue: Do You Have Your Tickets Yet?   Tickets for AAE's 5th Annual Boots and Bling fundraising event are now on sale. Get your tickets early before they sell out! We are expecting over 350 guests.  Don't miss out!!!  Please join us in celebrating nine years of helping horses.  Saturday, May 5  This is a super fun event that includes  a BBQ dinner, Live and Silent Auctions, Music and Dancing!    Click Here to Buy Tickets This is our biggest, most important (and most exciting) fundraiser of the year.  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 tickets are on sale for $35 per person.  Get them before the price goes up to $40 on April 1st     Buy Tickets Here If you plan to attend with a guest or guests,  please purchase together if you want 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 make a donation, please contact dani@allaboutequine.org. All donation are needed by 4/8/18   Most importantly, we need VOLUNTEERS to help with the event.  If you can help with set-up, clean-up, ...
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The following is from Chilly Pepper - Miracle Mustang: Hi, Someone has been sending out FAKE emails stating Paypal accounts are suspended and trying to get personal information. They tried to make it look like it came from Chilly Pepper by copying some of our stuff. PLEASE DO NOT GIVE THEM YOUR INFO. If you want to help You can go to You Caring - to help us keep saving lives.. You can go to Paypal if you would like to help these horses. You can donate via check at Chilly Pepper - Miracle Mustang, P.O. Box 190 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 Donate to Help ...
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Check Out the New Arrivals

The following is from All About Equine Animal Rescue: Our horses & everyone at AAE  Thanks you for caring!!   We finished 2017 recapping many of our horse stories from the year, and along came 2018.  We've been quiet but we haven't been idle.  AAE has been busy, and sadly, we have several new horses that joined us in January.  We have the beginnings of many new stories to tell, and we are hopeful we can share in just as many happy endings to come. Many thanks to you for your continued support. Without it, we couldn't help horses like the ones below. New Arrivals at AAE To say January was a busy month at AAE is an understatement.  We took in seven horses; four were not anticipated, and we had to rearrange some paddocks to accommodate everyone.  Our volunteers worked diligently through winter weather in an expanded quarantine area.  It was a long few weeks, but everyone stepped up for the horses.  A huge thank you to everyone for their dedication to our horsey friends.  We are all very thankful to have a break in the weather, and we are looking forward to daylight savings in about a month!! We have a long update, but we hope you will take time to read about each horse and get to know them.  They all need a sponsor.  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, 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 ...
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Repeat email with corrected Paypal link as requested. The story of RACOON Chilly Pepper

The following is from Chilly Pepper - Miracle Mustang: IT'S GO TIME AGAIN! We received an urgent call for a baby mustang who is fighting for his life, but at this point barely hanging on. I apologize for the photo, but it is what we have and it clearly shows he is starving to death and in extremely critical shape. If you look closely, you can see his top line is completely exposed and simply skin over bones. His coat is ragged and he is obviously wormy and most likely has ticks. When babies get this thin (adults too), the body starts eating itself to survive. (Honeybandit's blood work showed his body was in that mode). That is when you start getting organ damage internally. He has been getting good food, but he obviously needs immediate attention to his health issues. As he is in urgent need of critical care, Matt will be leaving tomorrow to go get him. We are delivering 3 horse kids on the way to WA, so although we will have a couple spaces here, Racoon needs to go immediately to the quarantine nursery. Thankfully, Matt just finished the inside stall this morning. (They say timing is everything lol). We need to purchase stall mats and some panels for an exercise pen so he can begin his rehab once we get him home. We need help with expenses for fuel, Coggins, vet care and special groceries for this baby. We are not sure if he will be ok but we are going to give it our all. We do have to finish his nursery prior to his arrival and we would really appreciate any help you can give this baby. Please help us give "Racoon" a chance to live a long and healthy life. He needs immediate care ...
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UHC Roundup – January 2018

The following is from UHC: The UHC Roundup JANUARY 2018 The UHC Roundup is an online publication that compiles news articles and events related to unwanted horses. It highlights UHC member programs and success stories spanning all breeds, disciplines, and regions.If you wish to share your story of unwanted horses becoming wanted again, contact the UHC at afurst@horsecouncil.org. UHC NEWS UHC Announces New Program 'Operation Chip' ​​Starting in 2018, the Unwanted Horse Coalition (UHC) will be offering a new service to its popular Operation Gelding program called “Operation Chip.” Read More Feature Photo "My horse dream did not come true as a child. My family situation just didn’t allow for the luxury of horse ownership. So I grew up, got married, raised a family, and got to see the world thanks to Uncle Sam, …. but I always held onto my dream." Read More About Uncle Ted's Gift Program Highlight Horse people tend to operate on a different level of “busy” than most people, but Amy Paulus takes the term to a whole new level. Read More Success Story Believe In You Needed Someone to Believe In Him It was in 2009 at the Fasig-Tipton October Yearling Sale that bloodstock agent Mike McMahon first laid eyes on a dark bay colt that would eventually be named Believe In You.  ​ Read More about Believe In You Click to Read the UHC January Roundup in its Entirety Operation Gelding Updates 2,341 stallions gelded $154,275 in funding provided 186 gelding clinics supported Clinics offered in 33 states 306 vouchers distributedUPCOMING CLINICS January 17, 22, 24, 2018 KSU College of Veterinary Medicine, Manhattan, KS January 27, 2018 Edisto Equine Clinic, Yonges Island, SC February 13, 2018 Waller Equine Hospital, Waller, TX April 11, 2018 VA-MD College of Veterinary Medicine, Blacksburg, VA April 28, 2018 Horse Haven of Tennessee/University of Tennessee Vet Med, Lancing, TNClick HERE to ...
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