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Causes: Animal Protection & Welfare, Animals

Mission: Dedicated to stopping the abuse and neglect of horses.

Results: Hundreds of horses have been saved through our efforts.

Target demographics: save the Wild Horses, keep horses from going to slaughter, and end horse abuse

Direct beneficiaries per year: many horses through rescue and adoption, and we fought huge corporations against horse slaughter.

Geographic areas served: Florida, Virginia, and Colorado

Programs: rescue program, adoption, Save the Wild Horses campaign, horse-related education programs, and owner assistance programs.

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Rating: 5

I adopted two horses from Front Range Equine Rescue, through the president and founder, Hilary Wood. Both horses had been abused, but Hilary and her team rehabilitated them both to the point where they were great trail horses, loving and willing to please. FRER's commitment to rescue and rehabilitation is second to none. They are also outspoken regarding the plight of wild horses and burros, and are at the forefront of the anti-horse slaughter movement. Because of the aforementioned, I believe that Front Range Equine Rescue should be awarded your highest honors. Steve Neuman, Elizabeth, Colorado