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horse rescue stories

Court allows warrantless seizure of starving horse

Playing by the rules is a must for both equine rescues and law enforcement. If not done correctly, a case of severe neglect can be thrown out and the horses returned to the owner to suffer again. This Oregon case is an example, and a caution – do it right the first time. Far too Full Article

Naysa

Here at Habitat for Horses we are in the business of saving abused and abandoned horses. We take in horses with broken bodies and broken spirits – we work ...Full Article

Habitat for Horses Website Updated

After almost 200 years of intense preparation and the dedicated effort of thousands of people, the new Habitat for Horses website is finally online. This has been a major ...Full Article

Buck and Ramona: A Case Study

Why Choose a Rescue Horse? Together We Prevail Background I went to the habitat with the intention of helping and healing horses in need. When my day there drew ...Full Article

Feather and Lauren: A Case Study

Why Choose a Rescue Horse? Feather’s Story… In the summer of 2007, 4 pasture mates were found in an area of the beautiful and peaceful landscape of the Texas ...Full Article