P.O. Box 391998
Anza CA 92539
Tax ID/EIN: 30-0403311
Year Founded: 2008
Last Updated 2017-05-13
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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 & retirement.Our organization is directly responsible for the care and shelter of horses.
90% of our total programs and services are horse-related.
Our organization conducts its horse-related programs at one facility.
Our organization operates programs involved with horses and other animals.
Our Mission/How we are involved with horses:
It is our mission to help meet the need for a "safe haven" for horses or other farm animals, who are at risk, neglected, abused, too expensive to keep, unwanted or otherwise in need of special care.
Programs: 1.Rescue/Adoption Service: Provides the rescue transportation to the facility, initial vet assessment (physical exam, deworming), 30 day quarantine; handling/gentling, next is the training assessment and then ground work, riding in arenas evolving to trail rides and if able, participating in local gymkana events.<br/><br/>2.Senior/Sanctuary Program: A dual program provides a final retirement for rescues older than 20, and for younger horses with physical/medical issues determined not-ridable, both groups are not adoptable. We continue to seek sponsorships for seniors and the younger horses (as well as continuing rehabilitation for younger horses) <br/><br/>These programs are promoted through. <br/> <br/>-Educational/Community Outreach which provides children and adults the unique environment to explore the farm with an emphasis on horsemanship include;<br/><br/>-A day at the Farm (A field trip for elementary school children to walk around and learn about the workings of a farm);<br/><br/>-Horse Ownership Fundamentals (after the rescue and training of a horse) Gina works with a potentially new owner and rescued horse to provide basic training, a suitable match and understanding of the commitment that is involved.<br/><br/>-Community organizations such as the Boy Scouts schedule a weekend camping trip on the ranch to work on badge program<br/><br/>-High School students and individuals earn required volunteer credits working on the ranch
The non-horse related programs serve in an educational capacity for the general public. The other rescues at the ranch include 6 chickens, 7 ducks, 1 cow, 3 goats, 3 emus, 6 bunnies, 2 alpacas, 2 llamas, 1 mule and 3 pigs.
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