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Equamore Blog

28
Mar

COMING IN TWO WEEKS

Dugan’s story, in his own words, will be the first in this blog series, dedicated to the enormous soul that was housed in his diminutive body. In his honor, this blog will be a pace where others, like Dugan, can tell the stories of the work they’ve chosen for themselves involving animal rescue.

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27
Mar

Banking Hay While the Sun Shines

In 2008 Equamore Foundation created the Oregon Hay Bank to give a helping hand to horse owners in temporary financial crises. The bank stockpiles two kinds of hay: the kind that grows on the ground and the kind that doesn’t grow on trees. OHB is proof positive that a small number of concerned, motivated people can make a difference for those who encounter temporary financial difficulties.

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14
Mar

Ode to Sahara (Part 2)

Sahara, no longer Sarah, is re-born and proves herself in the snow. Photo shows what happens when a horse reaches up to get some green from a snow-covered pine tree in the middle of winter.

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07
Mar

Ode to Sahara (Part 1)

A story that demonstrates that rescue is a process not a single event.

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01
Mar

SPRING 2015 – NeighSaver

The Spring NeighSaver (web version) has a new format and updates on Echo Star, Woody, Diamond and Flint, and other Equamore news. Check it out, and don’t forget to come back to donate or join a rescue horse team.

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05
Feb

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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01
Feb

Get in the Know about Equine Neglect and Abuse

Equine Neglect & Abuse: How to Recognize It & What Can Be Done About It
Saturday – February 28th, 10:00 AM to 12:00 Noon

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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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