Colorado Horse Rescue



Colorado Horse Rescue
10386 N. 65th Street
Longmont CO 80503
720-494-1414

Tax ID/EIN: 84-1095741
Year Founded: 1986
Last Updated 2017-04-18

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Primary Focus involving horses (Horse Welfare, Public Service, Sport & Recreation):  Horse Welfare

Our organization operates programs involved with horse rescue, foster care, rehabilitation, adoption and/or retirement.

Our organization's primary activity is equine rescue & adoption.

Our organization is directly responsible for the care of horses to provide its services.


Our Mission/How we are involved with horses:
Dedicated to saving the disadvantaged horse... One human, one rescue, one home at a time.


Volunteer Opportunities


Facilities And Grounds Maintenance Volunteer
Minimum Age: 18
Excluding gardening work and grounds upkeep, prior experience in these areas is required. Maintenance volunteers enjoy the freedom of flexible hours, and getting some fresh air outside with the horses! Concentrations include:
• Light and heavy vehicle maintenance
• Building, grounds, and fence upkeep
• Gardening
• Plumbing and electrical work

Intermediate Barn Chore Volunteer
Minimum Age: 18
Projects include feeding and watering the horses, mucking, and general clean-up. After regular chores are complete, intermediate volunteers may also groom specific horses approved by management. Intermediate volunteers may enter any pasture with managements permission to perform basic barn chores.

Advanced Barn Chore Volunteer
Minimum Age: 18
Lead our barn chore teams through a feeding shift. Coordinate, manage, and assist in the activities of all volunteers including horse handling, horse care, feeding, and general clean up. Please note: it is very rare for a new applicant to be accepted as an advanced level barn volunteer. After working several shifts, intermediate level volunteers may be promoted to an advanced level.

Administrative Assistant Volunteer
Minimum Age: 18
Assist with administrative tasks that best utilize the volunteers strengths. This could range from researching funding opportunities, marketing, outreach, social media, or basic data entry and office tasks. Administrative volunteers enjoy the freedom of flexible hours, and the structure of a casual office environment. Basic training will be provided on an as-needed basis. Important administrative assistant qualities include being detail oriented and the ability to work within deadlines.

Beginner Barn Chore Volunteer
Minimum Age: 18
Projects include feeding and watering the horses, mucking, and general clean-up. Training is provided by experienced volunteers and staff members. For ALL barn chore positions the ability to lift at least 50 pounds is required, and there is a minimum 3 month commitment to one shift per week. Barn shifts run from 8am - 11am and 3pm - 5:30pm daily.

Wish List Items


Equine Tack
English and Western Saddles
Bridles and bridle parts
Snaffle bits
Rope halters and leadropes

Vet Supplies
3-Inch Elastikon
3M 4-inch Vet Wrap (assorted colors)
NeighLox supplement
SoftRide Boots, sizes 5 – 7

Barn Supplies
Bagged wood shavings
Muck buckets
Standard Muck Bucket Carts

Facility Supplies
Round pen panels for 1 pen
T-post cap supplies
Manure spreader
4 8×2-foot metal stock tanks (for feeding hay during the winter)
Facility electrical system overhaul – approx. $20,000

Horse Feed
Horse Quality, Barn-Stored Grass Hay – 140 tons (large & small bales)
Horse Quality, Barn-Stored, 3rd Cutting or equivalent superior quality Alfalfa – 50 tons
Purina Equine Senior
Stampede Complete 13%
Stampede Pleasure 12%
Triple Crown Low Starch
Nutrena Safe Choice

Office Supplies / Equipment
Copy paper/white
Postage Stamps

Vehicles
Equivalent or Upgrade for: ’87 Chevy Silverado 3/4 ton 4×4 dually