Front Range Equine Rescue
Rating: 5 stars 34 34 reviews
PO Box 458 Suite Ocala FL 34478 USA
Dedicated to stopping the abuse and neglect of horses.
Hundreds of horses have been saved through our efforts.
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
rescue program, adoption, Save the Wild Horses campaign, horse-related education programs, and owner assistance programs.
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4 people found this review helpful
I adopted a fantastic mustang from Front Range Equine Rescue about 6 years ago. I LOVE HIM! He is the best horse ever and it makes me so sad and angry to think he would have gone to slaughter if not for Front Range Equine Rescue. They have helped so many horses and done a great job with them. I can't imagine my life without my rescue horse.
2 people found this review helpful
A great organization dedicated to saving abused horses. Front Range Equine Rescue is not only practical and responsible with how it handles rescue, rehab and placement of its horses, but has innovative programs to keep horses from being abused. Their work to responsibly end horse slaughter is awe-inspiring as are efforts to protect wild horses.
6 people found this review helpful
I spent two days at Front Range for research on a book I'm writing about equine rescues and sanctuaries. I've visited many fine places around the U.S. but I can say with all sincerity that Front Range stands out as a superb rescue, organization, and group of people. I was impressed by the number of rescues they take in and their adoption rate; the training and rehabilitation program for the horses, the barns and pastures, and the level of healthcare given to horses that arrive at their facility. Front Range also offers an unique education program in the summer for kids, which I was able to observe. I had the impression the kids were not only having a good time but also learning about horses, horse care, and humane treatment of all animals.
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