We have worked with Hilary at Front Range managing their website for over 4 years and are always amazed at the number of rescue horses they are able to place in new homes and help. Hilary works tirelessly to address issues related to horse rescue and we highly recommend her organization.
Front Range Equine Rescue does an amazing job of stopping the neglect and abuse of horse through their programs.
Fantastic rescue dedicated to providing the love and care that these animals need. Not only do they help abused and neglected horses- they also make great efforts in education which is so important.
I have been a supporter of FRER and Hilary Wood for more than 20 years. I became aware of them just prior to my move to CO via an article in our city’s paper, The Tampa Tribune. I started off as a volunteer and supported their local events and later became a financial donor. Hilary and the other volunteers I met actually helped me fulfill my dream of learning to ride and owning my own horse. 20 years later I am still a proud and active supporter of their mission. FRER has a proven track record of performance across multiple focus areas. They leverage their resources and experience to educate, protect and hold abusers accountable. On top of all of this they are a leader in the battle to protect our nation’s wild horses and that fight is at even more critical juncture!! I cannot think of a better organization to be leading any one these efforts much less their current scope. Simply inspiring!
This is one of the most professional organizations I have had the pleasure to work with. The care they show for the creatures they rescue to the people who adopt from them.
I was fortunate to adopt a handsome thoroughbred from FRER in 1999. Hilary Wood helped in all aspects of the adoption process, making sure Tommie was a perfect fit for me and that I understood any special care that was needed. I have continued to follow this rescue for the past 20 years and am amazed what Hilary continues to do for the welfare of horses in our country. It's obvious her heart, passion (and of course hard work) are the foundations of this rescue.
Front Range Equine Rescue’s work is extremely important, they work tirelessly to prevent abuse and neglect of horses.
The Front Range Equine Rescue works relentlessly to end horse abuse and neglect. The organization is devoted to promoting policy decisions at federal, state, local levels to achieve that end. This group of passionate advocates always acts to do the most good for the most horses.
Front Range is a great organization, not only do they rescue horses, but they also hold different types of events to help people understand horses and their needs.
Front Range is one amazing organization -- they save horses, they rehabilitate horses, they rescue horses, and they do all this amazing advocacy work as well, protecting America's horses and working to change the laws. An incredible organization.
I visited Front Range's facility in Colorado many times to see and photograph the wonderful rescue horses. I was always impressed by the cleanliness of the barns, corrals and other areas as well as the excellent care the horses were obviously provided. I met a lot of super nice and dedicated people too! My husband and I helped with evacuating the horses during the Waldo Canyon Fire several years ago. While it was a stressful situation, Hilary and crew remained calm and focused so that the horses well-being came first. And I really loved visiting one of the educational summer camps to watch and photograph. Wish they had something like that when I was a kid! What fun everyone was having while learning about horses. Thanks Front Range for all that you do!
When it was time to go horse shopping I happened to come across Front Range Equine Rescue. One of their horses in assessment caught my eye. He had not been with them for long and needed a lot of care to restore his health. Every so often I checked on his progress as there was "just something" about him...
Months later I made contact with Front Range and got an update. Not long after that I was able to go visit and I have to admit I was already crazy about this horse even though I knew he had not been fully evaluated. Looking back now I am so happy to have waited for this diamond in the rough. I've had the absolute joy of working with a horse who had been in the wrong hands at a young age and now can teach him even more than all humans are not bad. Our bond is so strong and he's an avid learned (and teacher to me too). Thank you, thank you to Front Range for all they do for horses and those of us who love them.
When my older horse needed to slow down a bit from arthritis, I began looking for a companion for her and a horse I could do some trail riding with. I came across Front Range Equine Rescue and fell in love with a big chestnut gelding. I was "in love" from the moment I met him. Front Range made sure I had a chance to get to know all about this horse and watch their trainer work with him. I then had a chance to work with him myself and ride. Long story short, I now have my older mare and a wonderful new boy!
Front Range Equine Rescue has a clear mission and is great at achieving its objectives. Under Hilary’s leadership, it does fantastic work saving, fostering, and adopting out horses and stopping the abuse of horses. And it played an indispensable role in stopping horse slaughter in the United States.
Front Range Equine Rescue is a highly effective organization dedicated to rescuing horses and preventing their abuse in the first place. I have worked with FRER in their efforts to prevent horses from ending up in the slaughter pipeline and have been consistently impressed with their dedication to the cause and their efficacy. I am so grateful for FRER's work.
Front Range Equine Rescue does such important work, and they do a whole lot of it. The group does the kind, and the amount, of work that I'd expect from an organization ten times their size. They effectively, passionately and efficiently advocate for horses on legislative fronts and in court when needed. A very worthy cause!
I have been a proud supporter of Front Range Equine Rescue for the last five years. Front Range Equine Rescue (FRER) and its founder, Hilary Wood, are wholly dedicated to protecting wild horses in every facet, from opposing unnecessary roundups and removals from public lands by the Bureau of Land Management, to fighting government-sponsored sterilization experiments, to blocking efforts to restart the inhumane and unlawful slaughter of horses in the U.S. for human consumption. Ms. Wood and her organization are guided by facts and driven by conviction to protect and be a voice for wild horses who don't have a voice themselves. I am proud that my support for FRER contributes to furthering the organization's focused mission. Thank you to FRER and its founder Hilary Wood for all the wonderful work you do to protect horses!
This is one of the most effective, efficient, and wonderful nonprofits I have had experience with. Dedicated to both domestic and wild horses, and to saving them, rescuing them, and preventing their abuse, FRER does more by itself than many of the big nonprofits do, on a consistent basis. FRER rescues abused horses from auctions and cruelty situations; FRER finds adoptive permanent loving homes for horses it takes in; FRER led the fight to stop horse slaughter for human consumption in America -- and won! They seem to use every dollar frugally and carefully, and the more money they can get, the more value they can provide to America's horses.
Front Range Equine Rescue is a wonderful, progressive organization that saves individual horses on the ground and also fights to protect horses from future harms, including slaughter for human consumption overseas.
I just visited the Ocala rescue and was blown away by how well treated the horses are. I've visited a few stables around the country but this was, by far, the cleanest. You can tell that Hilary knows exactly what she's doing and has incredibly high expectations when it comes to her horses' care. This is a top-notch organization!
I met Hilary and some of the volunteers years ago at a horse expo. It was an honor to finally meet some of the faces behind this great horse rescue whose reputation preceded them. Their work was well-known in our community and soon became legendary in the fight to end horse slaughter. I've worked for many years to fight horse abuse and have never heard a bad thing said about this organization. They are what horse rescue should be!
Front Range Equine Rescue has been instrumental in assisting us with programs to help keep horses in good homes. Our efforts to keep horses with responsible owners and connected to equine veterinarians have met with success thanks to support from FRER. Their belief in innovative, positive solutions to equine issues makes them a true leader in horse rescue and advocacy.
I volunteered with my parents at Front Range Equine Rescue during my middle school and high school years. We loved meeting all of the horses and became a foster family for a few years once we owned horse property. I took riding lessons and participated in educational events to learn more about caring responsibly for horses. It was a great day when I purchased my first horse! Front Range Equine Rescue inspired me to share my love for horses with others and I now have my own students to teach the joys of responsible ownership and proper riding skills. Thank you Front Range for all you do for abused horses!
We adopted a wonderful older horse from Front Range Equine Rescue several years ago. He was a great addition to our horse family. While he's no longer with us, "Ole Blaze" will always be remembered and cherished. They are wonderful people for all they do for abused horses. Their knowledge, compassion and dedication to improving horses' lives is truly admirable.
My husband and I discovered Front Range Equine Rescue back in 2008 when looking to help raise awareness of horse abuse and help local non-profits at our training barn. We've been impressed since our first contact with them and have not stopped our admiration since! They are professional, knowledgeable and always put the horses first. Their achievements range from helping each horse in the most responsible way to educating the local community about responsible horse ownership and other important issues (such as fire evacuation) to large scale efforts to end horse slaughter and advocate on behalf of wild horse protections. Their legal efforts to keep new horse slaughter plants from opening were precedent setting to say the least. We were honored to assist with rehabilitation of abused horses and help with training evaluations. My husband and I also adopted two FRER horses and helped find homes for several others. Cannot say enough good things here!
For over 10 years we've partnered with Front Range Equine Rescue when possible to help abused horses, especially keeping them from slaughter. It's been a win-win for both of our organizations as we can help additional at-risk horses by working together beyond what our groups can do alone. The work we all do can be emotionally draining so it's great to have like-minded people to share the experience with, as well as the heart-warming part of it! Front Range has made a tremendous difference to horse rescue in Colorado and well beyond.
I was thrilled to find the perfect horse for me at Front Range Equine Rescue. My trainer and I had been searching for months when I saw an ad for rescue horses for adoption. The facility was well-kept; their horses looked happy and very cared for. It was clear they knew the horse and his abilities and told us what they knew of his history. My trainer and I knew after that first visit we had found a real gem. I'd recommend looking at Front Range Equine Rescue's horses to anyone looking for a new horse (I adopted one of the CO horses).
Front Range Equine Rescue has shown great responsibility not only in how it cares for at risk horses but in the scope of trying to solve equine abuse. Its special programs to help horse owners or find solutions before horses need help is unique. For a small group it packs a powerful punch. I've been proud to volunteer, provide foster care in earlier years when the rescue had no facility of its own and serve on the board of directors.
We met Front Range Equine Rescue in the early 2000s at a horse expo in Denver. Our family volunteered that summer and for several years after before having to move. We've continued to support their work as we saw first-hand their dedication and excellent care the rescue horses received. Their guidance helped us in getting our first horses. A first rate group!
I remember when Hilary first got her horse Dancer. I saw her reach out to help other less fortunate horses back then and it was no surprise that she began a horse rescue 20 years ago. This small group of people have done phenomenal things. You'd think there were dozens of people working day in and day out to accomplish what they have. Truly a grassroots movement when it came to stopping new U.S. horse slaughter plants. Facilities are gorgeous and the horses, even when they first arrive, are extremely well cared for. I love helping out when I can and seeing all the different horses and their personalities.
This group is the real deal. My husband and I volunteered for several years in Colorado. We met many of the horses and watched them heal. A very professional and friendly group of people. They may be small in numbers but these people do a huge amount of work for horses coming from deplorable situations. Their facilities are wonderfully set up too.
My wife and I have followed Front Range Equine Rescue since their beginning. We have watched as they've grown from a handful of horses to having helped hundreds, if not, thousands with all of their programs. We have been long-time donors; their annual calendar gives great overview to the horses and activities. Thumbs up!
I met Front Range Equine Rescue at an event over 12 years ago. My husband and I began volunteering and getting to know the horses and help with caretaking needs. During a wildfire, Front Range rescued one of the skinniest horses I have ever seen. I couldn't stop thinking about him. We eventually adopted this sweet old gelding and let him live out his days with our other horses, safe in a barn during bad weather and with plenty of pasture turn out. We took in several other special needs horses over many years through Front Range and loved having all of them. A top notch rescue group of people very deserving of your support! They truly make a significant difference for abused horses.
Our family loved volunteering with Front Range Equine Rescue for several years. It was such a joy to meet all of the horses and learn their personalities and help with basic caretaking. We learned a lot about owner responsibility from their very informative orientations for volunteers. It was such an amazing experience to see new horses come to the rescue and receive such great care, then turn into healthy, happy animals again. Thank you for such great memories.
I volunteered with Front Range Equine Rescue for many years. They not only talk the talk, but they more than walk the walk! I met dozens of the rescue horses, some in very bad shape, and was always impressed with the comprehensive care plan for each horse to bring it back to health. Front Range has a great reputation in our community to this day with all of their dedicated work on behalf of abused horses.
Front Range Equine Rescue is a great organization with an exceptional leader. Not only is Front Range Equine Rescue great at what it does -- saving abused horses -- but it has been at the forefront of stopping horse slaughter in the United States.
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.
Our family visited Front Range Equine Rescue several years ago, but we remember it with great fondness. Our granddaughter to this day still remembers the horses and that trip! We have supported FRER's work for over 10 years now and are proud to be supporters. They have made such a positive difference to horses that have been neglected, abused or almost sent to slaughter. Can't say enough good things about these folks!
We have followed Front Range Equine Rescue for many years now and donate at the holidays or other special occasions in lieu of gifts. Their work is exemplary and they have accomplished a great deal on behalf of less fortunate horses. They are financially sound and use their funding for its intended purposes. This is very important to me as I work in the financial management industry.
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.
I'm very careful about researching who I donate to as many charities do not excel at their intended purpose. Not so with Front Range Equine Rescue which has a proven record of using donor funds wisely and for the intended purpose. Front Range Equine Rescue's program achievements are to be applauded when it comes to a comprehensive rescue program for abused horses. They go above and beyond what most are capable of doing and serve as a true role model in the horse rescue field.
I've watched this organization grow from a handful of rescued horses to an organization which has helped thousands of abused horses with dedicated rescue and educational efforts. I know my donations have gone toward ensuring horses get the best care possible as they come first with Front Range Equine Rescue. The efforts of a small group of people at Front Range have really made a powerful impact to improve the lives of horses found in poor to life-threatening conditions.
I have supported and worked with Front Range Equine Rescue for the past three years. The mission of this organization and the fearless advocacy of Hilary Wood are inspiring. Front Range Equine Rescue has been at the forefront of important issues involving horse welfare and rescue and fights to maintain free-roaming wild horses and burros on public lands in the United States. Front Range Equine Rescue also continues to lead the stampede against the slaughter of horses for human consumption.
From the first time I ever heard of Front Range Equine Rescue, and consistently since, it has impressed me with an organization full of integrity that maintains its broad but focused goal, to help horses in America. Its programs to educate, rehabilitate, and advocate are more than impressive, and they exceed those of any organization of its size. This is the kind of charity to give to, that uses what it gets to the best result. Its work in the legal area -- shutting down horse slaughter and fighting to keep wild horses on the range -- is nothing short of inspirational, and largely victorious.
Front Range Equine Rescue has a proven history of working to end the abuse and neglect of horses through its rescue and educational programs. The organization has worked steadily to remove horses from abusive situations, providing them with proper care to regain their health. They also take responsibility for ensuring that horses whose suffering cannot be eliminated or relieved are provided with humane euthanasia. They don't "play hero" trying to force crippled/debilitated/dying horses to live like too many other 'rescues' do. Rehabilitated horses receive training evaluation prior to placement in qualified adoptive homes. Other horses are retired at the rescue when chances for finding the right home are slim but the horse is otherwise in overall good health.
Front Range Equine Rescue is the organization which stopped the expansion of horse slaughter back into the U.S. through a tremendous grassroots funded legal campaign. FRER promotes responsible alternatives to slaughter as well. Front Range also fights on behalf of wild horse protections, with direct rescue, education/advocacy, and legal action where appropriate.
Whether taking on one horse at a time or assisting with large rescue situations, Front Range has done it all with integrity, compassion, practical solutions, and by putting horses first.
I have contacted this charity and found it very easy to connect with them and talk to them. I love their dedication to a wonderful cause. I have contributed to them for years and requested that Charity Navigator add them so that others could get validation of this worthy cause.
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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
Hilary is very committed to rescuing horses and defending the American mustang. She's a modern day St. Francis.
I have been a donor (and have volunteered) with this rescue since 1997. Front Range Equine Rescue is an outstanding organization with integrity, compassion, common sense, practical solutions to horse slaughter, and excellent business practices. They were the first equine rescue in Colorado to receive accreditation from the Global Federation of Animal Sanctuaries which conducts a thorough review of financials, operations, and onsite inspection of facilities, files, and horses plus interviews with staff and/or volunteers. Front Range has grown tremendously since its beginning and works at a national level while maintaining a very grassroots perspective. I know my donations are put to use exactly where and as needed and their horses receive excellent care.
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.
It has been my privilege to work with Front Range Equine Rescue on a number of occasions, seeing the outstanding work they do first hand, going above and beyond the usual when it comes to equine rescue. Through the expert guidance of Ms. Wood, Front Range has grown and evolved the organization in a manner that has successfully navigated the current socio-economic crisis. They have been front runners when it comes to educating horse owners as well as the general public and aiding horses desperately needing assistance. All horses are treated with kindness, dignity, and respect and those that are well enough are given new opportunities for a lifetime of love in a carefully screened and properly educated home. This is an outstanding organization and I am happy to recommend them.
Front Range Equine Rescue is a wonderful organization. The horses are very well taken care of and I enjoyed the time I spent there. I loved giving the horses affection and knew that their stalls were clean and neat whenever I left. I have volunteered at other animal shelters and Front Range Equine Rescue is definitely the best I have encountered.
Front Range Equine is one of the top equine rescues in the United States. Their innovative programs like Stop the Backyard Breeder and Trails End are making a NATIONWIDE difference. FRER is the role model for new rescue groups just starting up, and other groups looking to improve.
Front Range Equine Rescue is an exceptional organization for, about, and dedicated to the horse. If it weren't for Front Range Equine Rescue, there would be a lot more horses suffering in this world. Not only do they serve to promote horse welfare, they serve the horses in the local area as well as horses all over the United States. They have a "End of the Trail" program that assists horse owners when they have to make the heart-breaking decision that their horse may no longer be happy in this life. They have assisted countless owners financially to end the suffering of their aged horses. They also have a "castration rebate" program that assists owners in being responsible horse owners and not "back yard breeders" breeding horses adding to the unwanted horse problem that plagues our country. Last year Front Range Equine Rescue had a 'Horse Owner's Assistance" program that assisted horse owners in this trough economic time to purchas feed for their horses as well as assisting to provide needed veterinary services. Front Range Equine Rescue helps horses on so many worth-while, necessary ways!!!
Front Range Equine Rescue is a top-notch horse rescue. They are fully committed to rescuing, rehabilitating, evaluating and training horses. When a horse is ready for adoption, they do a fantastic job of placing horses in a suitable home where they will be appreciated and enjoyed. In addition to working directly with horses, they also work with people to provide educational opportunities for both current and potential owners. I've had the pleasure of knowing and working with Front Range Equine Rescue for over 10 years now and find them to be the most professional resuce around by far. You can be assured that any support you give to this rescue will be well used and appreciated.
Front Range Equine Rescue does a lot to help horses in need. But what may be more important is that they do a lot to educate people about proper horse care, offer incentives to stop backyard breeding and assistance for euthanasia. These programs do so much extra to help end the problem of horse abuse and neglect.
I am an equine veterinarian and I have had a lot of experience with many equine rescues over the last 15 years. Front Range Equine Rescue has been consistently ethical, dependable, and diligent in their mission to stop the abuse and neglect of horses. They take in these amazing creatures that have been wronged by humans and work with other equine professionals to evaluate their health and quality of life. A plan is then made for each of them. Many get to live out their lives at this rescue with excellent care, compassion and a clean environment. Some of these horses require expensive medication to be healthy or sound, and Hillary always says to me "If that's what this horse needs, that is what this horse gets." Some of these horses are rehabilitated and placed in forever homes. Unfortunately, some of them are just given the humane euthanasia that they have needed for a long time...a gift given to them by people they just met. This is a mission that is amazing and rewarding, yet heart-wrenching and difficult. I respect them immensely and their work is so appreciated in our community.
I work extensively in the animal welfare and animal law field, and Front Range Equine Rescue is one of those amazing nonprofits that focuses its mission and direction, and knows what it is about and what it wants to do. Its work in rescue, in advocacy, and in education are some of the best out there. And it combines all of that action work with the most important work of all -- saving, fostering and adopting out individual horses in need. The save the neglected and fight to stop the abuses of horses around America. And one of the really great aspects of Front Range is its willingness to work with other groups, and its ability to get along with all reasonable players and positions. All around, I can't give Front Range a higher rating or say more about the group except they are the best!!!
I began volunteering for FRER in 1998. I learned a great deal about horse care, auctons, breeding,abuse and neglect by working with the horses and with HIlary Wood, the founder. Our family got involved by fostering horses at our house. We were taught natural horseman techniques so we could be rehabilitating horses while they were here. My daughter had a place to volunteer from age 6-today. She won a scholarship by volunteering so many hours through Kohl's Kids Who Care. We now run horse camps in the summer to teach FRER's mission to the children: to stop the neglect and abuse of horses through education. This non-profit not only benefits local horses but reaches out to horses across our country as well aas the wild herds being rounded up. We partner with The Cloud Foundation on many horse related issues. Presently we are focusing on the inhumane practice of horse slaughter.
Front Range Equine Rescue goes beyond taking horses out of abusive and neglectful situations. They work further by rehabilitating and retraining them to better their chances of being successful in new homes. It is also important that Front Range shares education regarding horse slaughter and have a support for the wild horse campaign. Equally as important to all the above, Front Range Equine Rescue has for owner assistance programs. Stop-the-backyard breeder, Trails end, Fire/disaster evacuation and horse owner assistance.
I am an equine veterinarian that has worked with Front Range Equine Rescue for several years. FRER provides an exemplary level of care to each of the many horses that come to the rescue. Horses arriving at the rescue in poor condition receive excellent dietary and veterinary care to return them to health. Front Range addresses physical and behavioral issues in order to give the horses the best possible quality of life and chance of a good life in a new adoptive home. A great deal of time, money, and energy is dedicated giving each horse the best possible chance at a comfortable life. Each horse is thoroughly evaluated by veterinarians and professional trainers. Physical problems are addressed with several modes of therapy – special shoeing or trimming, Legend injections, chiropractic, acupuncture, dentistry, etc. Each horse is handled regularly and professional training, as appropriate for each horse’s physical limitations, ensures the horse’s mental well-being and adoptability.
Front Range Equine Rescue also provides several outreach programs to benefit horses. Front Range hosts a number of owner-education programs, from an Equine Education Day to day camps for future generations of horse owners. In addition, Front Range provides financial assistance programs for castrations and humane euthanasia.
I am proud to be associated with Front Range Equine Rescue. This organization has a well-deserved excellent reputation and helps many horses and horse owners.
I have been involved off and on as a volunteer in several roles as well as a temporary foster facility since their early days. I am consistantly impressed with the genuine caring and professionalism of this group to not only help save as many neglected and abused horses as they responsibly can, but also on their quest to educate people on proper care and understanding of the animals. This includes initiating several proactive programs to help reduce the impact of backyard breeding and unnecessary slaughter. Any horse lucky enough to find themselves rescued by FRER is guaranteed to be given the best of health and nutritional care and placed into a well matched home. Any time I have visited their facility it has been very clean and safely organized, and the horses have plenty of room for exercise and grazing. I have several friends who have adopted rescue horses, and it is just amazing how these animals seem to know and appreciate the second chance they have been given for a better life. The resulting bonds are heart warming indeed! This is a first class organization!
I have been volunteering at Front Range rescue every week for many years now, plus I have fostered two of the rescue horses at my own barn. I have always been very, very impressed with the ethics and care of the horses. I have seen other rescue facilities that were very under par on both ethics and care. Hilary who manages the Front Range Rescue does an excellant job of keeping the facility clean in every respect. She has a great volunteer crew who clean stalls and freshen water twice a day. The horses are very well fed and have excellant shelter. I am mostly impressed with her constant medical care of all of the horses. She has many professionals working with them, and these horses come in with multiple health and physical issues. They are givien immediate attention with whatever they need. At the same time, I respect her ability to let a horse be put down if it has unsurmountable problems and suffering. She always has the best interest of the horse in mind, and does not need to go to heroic lengths to keep them alive if pain and suffering cannot be relieved. I am also very impressed with her standards for adopting a horse out. Certain criteria have to be met and Front Range follows up on all adopotions. Even foster homes, such as mine, have her constant attention for medical issues, food and supplies. Hilary is very accessable whether you are adopting, fostering, or volunteering. She also works to restore behaviour and rideability with the horses by the trainers who work with them. Safety is a major issue. Actually I can't say enough about this organization and its management. Even if hard pressed, I could not think of any critcism. It really is a model to be put out there for how to manage a horse rescue.