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Hope in the Valley Equine Rescue and Sanctuary Inc.

9025 N. Broadway
Valley Center KS 67147
316-519-4129


Tax ID/EIN: 20-4151013
Year Founded: 2005
Last Updated 2015-09-21

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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 operates programs involved with providing equine assisted activities and therapies (EAAT) using certified instructors for individuals with special needs.

Our organization is directly responsible for the care and shelter of horses.

Our Mission/How we are involved with horses:
Our mission is simple - to give them a better life. The goal for each horse we receive who has been neglected or abused is to heal them physically and emotionally so they are able to go to a permanent, loving home.


Volunteer Opportunities


Volunteers Needed
Veterinary Services – the biggest veterinary ticket item that our rescue seems to have is the cost of floating their teeth when they first arrive. Floating their teeth will help the horse eat and get the nutrition that it needs to become and stay healthy.

Furrier Services-the next biggest expense is the hoofs of the rescued horses. This is a must because the neglected equine need their hooves trimmed slowly, forming them away from the neglected state to a healthy natural hoof.

Equine Training Services - Horse trainers and riders to help work the equine which will help them become adoptable or to keep the riding skills they had.

Volunteers – general labor to mend fences, muck stall etc, to brushing each horse, socialize, daily feedings and keeping fresh water, participate at educational events and fund raisers and various other needs.


Wish List Items


Senior Feed
Our rescue always needs senior feed. Senior feed is used to help rehabilitate starved equine. We have elderly horses that also need to be feed senior feed daily. On April 1st the rescue received 12 seized equine and three of them look like Jewel here in the photo. Jewel now looks a lot better and is the second photo in our profile. Please donate what you can or even better, bring a bag with you and come see us. Thank you