Rating: 5 stars 11 11 reviews
PO Box 290640 Phelan CA 92329 USA
We take in unwanted, neglected, injured and abused horses, rehab them back and find them forever homes or offer them a lifelong place to remain if they are unadoptable.
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I love Mustang -Spirit horse rescue. When I turned 45 life changed damatically for me with a diagnosis of Wet Macular Degeneration causing me to rapidly loose my vision in my left eye. Feeling scared and insecure, I wondered what I would do with the rest of my life. I was raised with horses so decided that I would get back into it. That led me to Tania and Tracey at Mustang-Spirit rescue where I ultimately ended up with two wonderful horses. That was three years ago and having horses again has changed my life in the most positive ways.
Tania and Mustang Spirit stepped up numerous times when a therapeutic riding program I worked at needed to find homes for senior horses that needed to retire. Even though senior horses are hard to find homes for, Tania never said no and saved the lives of well over half a dozen horses from this program over the years. She also helped me to find good homes for two of my personal horses. It is hard to part with a horse. The unknown is the worst part. Unless you are lucky enough to personally know the person taking your horse there is a good chance you will never know the fate of your friend in the future. Mustang Spirit changes this by keeping tabs on all the horses adopted out by them. I have emailed many times to see how my former horses are doing. This is such a comfort in my life. Tania works hard to rescue and find loving homes for all kinds of equines, but she can't do it alone. Please donate or volunteer with this awesome organization!
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