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Mustang Alley Horse Rescue, Inc

EIN: 42-1675022
Founded: 2006
Mustang Alley Horse Rescue, Inc
1020 Walters Road
Greeneville TN 37743
Last Updated 2012-10-08

Public Charity

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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:
Dedicated to the horses of TN and the surrounding areas, to provide a safe and secure rescue, rehabilitate and re-home for unwanted, abused, abandoned or neglected all equines. We rehabilitate them and place them in qualified homes that have been screened and inspected.

Volunteer Opportunities

Minimum Age: 14
We currently need help with barn and farm work seven days a week, year round. Volunteers generally help with chores from 8-11 am and 2-6 pm each day, so there are plenty of opportunities to lend a hand! Mustang Alley Horse Rescue enlists the skills and diligence of a large team of volunteers that devote their time to preparing feed buckets, cleaning and filling water trough mucking stalls and pens, as well as keeping the barn clean and organized. Though these tasks may seem inconsequential, they are a very necessary part of keeping our horses happy and healthy. Interested volunteers also help with fund raising efforts, membership and mechanical related farm tasks. MAHR welcomes volunteers with varying degrees of experience. New volunteers are evaluated and assigned specific duties based on their horse experience and innate abilities with our animals, as determined by staff. During your initial volunteer sessions, you are scheduled with a seasoned volunteer. This experienced volunteer is responsible for your preliminary training, acquainting you with MAHR’s policies and procedures regarding barn and farm chores

Wish List Items

Wish List
Horse grade Grass hay, please, no moldy hay or cow hay

Senior Feed, from Co-op, we use Golden Years

Whole Oats


HoofJack stand

Horse blankets

Fly Sheets

2 solar powered hot wire fencing units (120 vac)

1400 ft. hot wire

4-Horse Stock Trailer

tractor w/ a bucket

POLARIS RANGER or the like


Riding Lawnmower


portable sawmill

Large Outdoor Picnic Table (for our volunteers)

round pen panels

25 Stall Panels 6’ High X 12’ Wide

2 solar powered tank heating units

Brushes of all kinds

Cotton leads w/ bull snaps

Fly masks w/ or without ears

Vet wrap

Fly spray

Fungus shampoo


Devil’s Claw Plus
Glucosomine supplement

MSM supplement

Water buckets

Water troughs

Pine Shavings

Duct tape

Fly Spray


Mucking rakes


Hay Equipment, cutter, tedder, rake, baler (round or square or both)

last by not least….a nice barn w/ an indoor arena where we can help the victims of domestic violence and our rescue horses come together in the winter months.