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Pal

Pal

“They Used to Call Me Pal.” Breed – Quarter Horse – Liver Chestnut Gelding – Over 30 years of age Entry Date – 12/8/2013 Type of rescue – Homeless Reason – Abandoned Special needs – Special Feeds Equamore Sanctuary received a phone call about a little horse that was fending for himself in the mountains above the Sanctuary. He had been spotted a year earlier, alone and very ill as evidenced by the large amount of mucous discharge coming from his nostrils.…

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Silver Anniversary Auction Items

A number of valuable items has been donated to be auctioned at the “Beyond-the-Finish-Line” Silver Anniversary Celebration on Saturday, May 7th, 2016, at Equamore Sanctuary. Check them out here. Items include vacation packages, furniture, dinners, and more. Check them out.

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Our “Horses Needing Homes” Service

We provide our “Horses Needing Homes” web page in an effort to help people looking to re-home their horses. The horses on this page are not Equamore horses. They are horses whose owners contacted us for assistance, but whose horses were not taken into our Sanctuary. We have not made any independent inquiry into the horses’ descriptions or conditions. Please contact the person listed in each post if you are interested in a particular horse.

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You Must Be Kidding

My feet have been hurting again. They were really bad when I first came to Equamore. The people tried new trims and special supplements, but that was not enough. Then I had boots which I quickly I took off and hurled through the arena like missiles! Ha! Then I got shoes. I was okay with the shoes – they helped a lot. But lately my feet started hurting again. So what do the people do? They start the old routine…

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Good Words for Animals

Pope Francis I, invoking the teachings of his namesake St. Francis of Assisi, delivered an historic Encyclical Letter subtitled “On Care for Our Common Home.”  The letter calls for human beings “to respect creation and its inherent laws,” some of which cover the relationship between human beings and animals. “In our time, the Church does not simply state that other creatures are completely subordinated to the good of human beings, as if they have no worth in themselves and can…

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