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Equamore News & Events

29
Jan

It’s a Matter of Choice

Think of how much better it could have been for Woody and the other horses who finally found sanctuary with Equamore Foundation if their owners had chosen to take better choices for them.

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22
Jan

Woody’s Choice

Say “Hello” to Woody, a frightened and sometimes dangerous mustang gelding, whose continuing story will be a regular feature on the Equamore News blog. Stay tuned to see the choices he makes in the future.

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15
Jan

They’re Still Waiting to See You in 2015

You can visit our 52 rescued horses and ponies when Guided tours begin this spring. They miss all the company we had in 2014.

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14
Dec

We Love to Celebrate!

Ciders, soups, and deserts greeted the guests on Saturday, December 6th at the first of two Year-End Open Barn Events at the Equamore Sanctuary. Some …

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07
Dec

NeighSaver

The NeighSaver gets a new look: with featured horses, events, and a holiday wish list.

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19
Sep

Reunion!

More than a year after these three Percherons were rescued and brought to our Sanctuary, they were finally together and content.   While the stallions Gandalf …

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27
Aug

Art in Motion

We love this!  A wonderful mosaic artist Karen Rycheck applied for a grant for a community art project.   The mural was designed from pictures of …

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17
Aug

Is That Ewe?

How even tourists from France see our sign as a solution to an animal’s distress.

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10
Aug

The Centipede Solution: Why Your Monthly Contribution Trumps Donald Trump

Every centipede knows that it’s a matter of foot power and that forty feet are always better than twenty. That’s why becoming One in a Thousand, an Equamore Friend will provide the foot power to achieve all our milestones. Read how you can help.

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27
Jul

NeighSaver Summer 2014

Thor and Bryant are featured as is a horse’s version of a famous song about fences. Come sing along with us as we make the kind of improvements to the Sanctuary which will allow us to save more of the estimated 100,000 “unwanted” horses currently without alternatives in the United States.

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