Thursday, June 25, 2009


Everyday many people are losing there homes, everyday horses are being sold, abandoned, turned lose, or taken to auction. Gas is high which makes the food we eat and the food we feed our animals more than some can handle. We here at Golden Hills Ranch Equine Rescue and Rehabilitation, Inc along with countless other rescues state wide are being overwhelmed with horses owners can no longer afford. Its not the horses fault that the economy is bad, nor is it their owners who in a way are giving the horses they donate to the rescues hope for a second chance for their equine friend.

Our mission at Golden Hills Ranch Equine Rescue and Rehabilitation, Inc. is to improve the quality of life for all horses. We are a non profit 501(c)3 publicly funded horse rescue and our mission is to save as many horses as we can. We are committed to the rescue and rehabilitation of horse and equine suffering from abuse or neglect and to find homes for those best suited to be with someone else. We also aim to improve the public awareness and knowledge of the standards of care necessary to take care of the horse both financially and physically through educating the public on the proper care, responsible horse ownership and all related issues involving equines.

Each year countless numbers of equines are euthanized or sold at auction. There are those, who for unforeseen circumstances as owners, can no longer take care of their equine friends; or prior to buying a horse did not think of the expense, time and energy it took to care for these animals, and there are also those who buy more horses than they can handle at their level of riding ability. We would love for the chance to give these horses a second chance at life and to find them homes where they will be taken care of properly. We take every step humanly possible to insure the new homes our horses go to have the proper facilities, proper care, the understanding and knowledge it takes to care for a horse for the remainder of their life.

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