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PSSST! Can you see us? Need winter hay!! PSSST! Can you see us? Need winter hay!!

We NEED help! Because our posts do not always get seen and it is the holidays, our donations are WAY down right now. I am struggling day to day. I do NOT have a stock of winter hay anymore. My hay guy ran out and I have to buy from Tractor Supply again. We NEED Feed and Bedding. I have horses in stalls right now that do not have any bedding at all. I use what I have to buy feed. This weekend. TODAY. This AFTERNOON. We are expecting a HUGE storm with blizzard conditions that will last through Sunday. PLEASE, can you help us? $5.49 will buy one bag of shavings that will cover 8.5 cubic feet. 8 bags of shavings will get us through the weekend if the horses have to stay in and $21.99 will purchase one three strand bale of Alfalfa. I still have hay here, but I will need at least three more bales to make sure we get through the weekend. Ranger's Legacy Equine Rescue is a registered non profit. You will find the information to make your tax deductible donations in the comments below. If you cannot donate, Please SHARE and remember to copy and past the text information (not the picture part) about ways to donate from the comments section of this post into the COMMENTS section of YOUR shared post. THANK YOU!!! Ranger's Legacy Equine Rescue You can make your tax deductible donation through this link: https://www.gofundme.com/h958c8tw or directly to our paypal at rangerslegacy@hotmail.com or through the mail to RLER, 1200 N 3rd St, Raton NM, 87740. If you can, please use the link or the paypal addy to help us out more quickly.

Bedding, Donations, Hay, Help, Rescue $0.00 USD
Ranger's Legacy Equine Rescue Ranger's Legacy Equine Rescue

My name is Crystel Denton and I am the founder of Ranger's Legacy Equine Rescue (RLER). I named the rescue in honor of a starved horse that I was unable to save. In November of 2011, I saw "Ranger" standing in a pasture next to a busy highway. He was on the Isleta Indian Reservation property, so their was nothing that could be done at that moment. I left him some hay that had been in the back of my truck, told him I would be back and left him standing by the fence. When I came back later with water, he was climbing up the hill away from the road. Through the course of the next several days, I made many, many phone calls. I talked to some very helpful people and we did all we could to get to him in time. The Isleta Conservation Officers (or Rangers as they are also called) were very concerned and helpful. They told me that the horse had been abandoned on their property approximately 2 weeks before I saw him. They had tried to catch him a number of times but were not able to and as the horse was on approximately 300 acres that butted up to over thousands of acres, there was no telling where he was at any given time. Each time they saw him, he appeared to be doing better. Unbeknownst to them, all the natural water sources on the acreage he was calling home were drying up so, not only was a food source scarce, but his access to water was quickly disappearing. While working with the Conservation Officers to get permission to take my horses on to their property to find "Ranger", I also went out every day to check his food and fill the water tank that I had left for him. Unfortunately, he never made it to the food or water and I never saw him alive again after that first contact. On the morning I was to find him and take him home, we found him dead on the trail heading to the place I had first seen him. The place I left him food and water. This poor horse didn't have the strength anymore to make it any farther. We named him Ranger in honor of his perseverance and also for the Rangers that had been so helpful. Because of him, we created this new organization in the hopes that, instead of abandoning a domesticated horse to fend for himself, those that are not able to care for their horses anymore will have a place to take them. RLER rescues abandoned, misunderstood, unwanted, abused, neglected and starved horses. We are a small organization and we rely on the donations of others and the efforts of volunteers to help these horses.

Horse Rehabiltation, Horse Rescue, New Mexico $0.00 USD
 Equine Spirit Sanctuary Equine Spirit Sanctuary

The Equine Spirit Sanctuary was the vision of several people who saw the need for an equine rescue in Northern New Mexico. We also realized the value of offering a sanctuary for people. We have experienced the healing qualities of being around horses and the unique therapies - physical, emotional and spiritual - that horses provide. Volunteers may assist with the day to day care of the horses, under a carefully supervised program in which they learn how to properly care for horses and learn new skills in horse handling. Often the horse becomes both teacher and healer. The Objectives and Purposes of ESS: •Dustee, lesson horse Provide a sanctuary for horses that is also a place for people to spend time with or assist with the care of the horses, in a manner that promotes healing. • Offer programs for people of all ages to learn about basic horse care and safety in handling horses, and promote responsible horse ownership. • Provide opportunities for healing and therapy with horses for children and adults who have had abusive relationships or situations; provide other physical, mental and spiritual therapy programs for people based on interactions with horses.

Horse Rescue, Norther New Mexico, Sanctuary For People, Therapies $0.00 USD
Walkin N Circles Ranch, Inc. Walkin N Circles Ranch, Inc.

New Mexico Horse Rescue At Walkin N Circles Ranch, Inc. (WNCR) exists to rescue, rehabilitate, and provide proper care and humane treatment to unwanted, abused and abandoned horses! Our purpose is to provide each rescued horse humane and caring attention in which fear and pain are left at the front gate. Following a total assessment, gentle rehabilitation and/or retraining, and a rigorous screening process, we endeavor to find loving adoptive homes for each of our rescued horses. Our primary objective is to provide each rescued horse a chance for a new start in a useful and productive life. As a New Mexico Equine Rescue, Walkin N Circles is licensed, regulated and inspected annually by the New Mexico State Livestock Board. For more that ten years, WNCR has remained steadfast in its dedication to rescuing, providing proper care, and the full rehabilitation of "unwanted" horses that are abandoned, abused, unmanageable, or in some cases, destined for the slaughterhouse. Due to our committed care, WNCR has actually created miraculous transformations for some of these magnificent animals. It is our goal to provide all rescued equines with new beginnings and new productive lives with loving adoptive families.

Horse Adoption, Horse Rehabiltation, Horse Resque, Nm Horse Resque, Retraining, Walkin N Circles $0.00 USD
Four Corners Equine Rescue Four Corners Equine Rescue

FCER is an all volunteer non-profit group dedicated to the rescue of horses, burros, and mules: their rehabilitation (both physically and mentally), and their adoption into good, loving homes. We will assist wherever, whenever we can, to help horses in need. Located just outside Aztec, in the Four Corners area of New Mexico, we follow the guidelines for rescues as set forth by the AAEP (American Association of Equine Practitioners).

Astez, Horse Adoption, Horse Rehibilitation, Horse Resque, New Mexico, Non Profit $0.00 USD
The Horse Shelter The Horse Shelter

Rescuing Abused, Abandoned and Neglected Horses Throughout New Mexico

Horse Shelter, New Mexico, Rescuring Horses, Save Horses, The Horse Shelter $0.00 USD

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