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Knee is looking good! After knee surgery Meeting new friends at the trainer's barn Such a cute boy!

Easy R Equine Rescue

Org #24369
Vetted since 2014
2009
year founded
$11,395
raised on GlobalGiving
6
years fundraising
0
projects funded
* Amounts in US Dollars

Mission

The mission of Easy R Equine Rescue is to rescue and rehabilitate abused, neglected, or displaced horses and use the process of rehabilitation of the horses to reach out to youth and families in our community. The goals of the organization include: Coordination of efforts with local agencies such as law enforcement and other animal welfare agencies in order to rescue abused, neglected, and displaced horses Rehabilitation of rescued horses by providing quality veterinary, dental, and farrier services and appropriate refeeding programs. Rehabilitation also includes behavioral training or re-training in order to increase the successful placement or adoption of each horse Determination of a per... read more

Projects (1)

Project Leaders
Angie Alspaugh
Angie Alspaugh
Team
Angela Alspaugh
Organization Information
3531 152nd Street
Lubbock, Texas 79423
United States
806-928-1403
Organization Information
3531 152nd Street
Lubbock, Texas 79423
United States
806-928-1403

Project Reports

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Jul 23, 2020
Ollie Goes To Surgery
Ollie came to Easy R Equine Rescue over a year ago.  He was barely 5 years old and had been racing at the tracks since he was 2.  Sold at an auction and purchased by a woman who let him get...
Mar 13, 2020
Flynn: From Abandoned to Adored
In May 2019, Easy R received a call from the local sheriff's department informing us that photos were about to be texted. As the photots came through, we saw a heart-breaking situation in which a...
Dec 12, 2019
Divine Will Soon Be Home
Divine came to Easy R Equine Rescue in October 2018.  Her owner had fallen on some unforeseen and difficult financial circumstances; and unfortunately, wasn't able to keep up with adequate feed...
 
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