Miracle Horse Rescue, Inc.
Rating: 5 stars 13 reviews
Location: 2091 W. Quail Run Rd Pahrump NV 89060 USA
Target demographics: horses in need
Direct beneficiaries per year: two mares that were slaughter bound. One mare was in foal and gave birth on May 14th, 2013 to a healthy little mule. They are able to live receiving care and love. The overall goal is to locate and adopt the horses at our facility to forever, committed homes. Due to the strain on the economy, adoptions are down however the horses still receive the love and care they so justly deserve.
Geographic areas served: rescue
Programs: We have provided rescue and sanctuary to equines of all types and conditions We are dedicated to the preservation and welfare of abused, neglected and unwanted horses since 2001. We provide them with food, shelter and veterinarian care. Our facility gives horses the opportunity to live out the remainder of their lives in peace and tranquility
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I've been a supporter of MHR since 2006. I learned about MHR through the Fans of Barbaro website, and soon came to know Stephanie and Rob Pierce personally. I have visited MHR three times for lengthy stays, and have sponsored a horse, Trooper, since 2008, in addition to being a regular donor. MHR takes wonderful care of the horses, who are happy and healthy. I have seen frightened, abused horses learn to love and trust under Stephanie and Rob's care. The horses' needs always come first with Stephanie and Rob Pierce. MHR maintains transparency for all medical and financial transactions, so you really know where your money is going and why. MHR also requires screening of adopters and adoption contracts, which requires that any adopter no longer able to care for or keep an MHR horse must return the horse to MHR. I know from personal experience that MHR holds adopters to this requirement. MHR also staunchly supports anti-slaughter and other equine welfare initiatives. MHR does not take on more horses than it can care for, and Stephanie and Rob know each horse very well individually. --Susan Eckles, St. Louis, MO
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