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 had a horse I could no longer care for due to major life changes. It was a difficult decision but one that I had to do. I visited a couple of other rescues and when I first visited Miracle Horse Rescue, I knew this was the place for my guy. The horses in their care are well cared for and I can attest to the fact that donations are used where they are suppose to be, for the horses. In these economic times I know it is difficult for many to give, but if you can please help as this organization wants to grow and it wants to rescue more horses from going to slaughter. Please help if you can, as they helped me and my guy in our time of need.
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