Hungry, Neglected, Abused... Never Again!

Casper

Casper loves his morning roll!   From fearful and dangerous to sweet and funny, read Casper’s story here.

Hazel

This beautiful mare has had a difficult life until she came to our Sanctuary.  Read about her journey here.

New Friends

New horses meeting their new herds is always exciting and joyful!   Learn about Gael and Grace’s narrow escape to our Sanctuary by clicking their names.

Old Friends

Snoopy, also known as Bold Ruler (at the center), the first Equamore horse, and friends enjoying a fall day at the Sanctuary.  Click here to read Snoopy’s journey.

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Kind Words

See the kind words for Equamore from our Mayor in his call to service.

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Thor is done with boots!  Check out his footwear thoughts here.

 

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Good Words For Animals

Read the good words of Pope Francis about animals and our responsibility to treat them kindly by clicking here.

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THE NEIGHSAVER

WINTER 2015

The Winter NeighSaver features Jewel the beautiful but troubled mare, and Snoopy, the first Equamore horse! If you wonder why we provide a sanctuary for horses, the answers are here. Read the NeighSaver.

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THOR’S BLOG

June 2, 2015: Confusion:

Thor knows he’s not just a pretty face. As he grows in confidence, even learning how to play a little, he still wonders about the purpose of his life at Equamore Sanctuary. To understand his dilemma click here

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EQUAMORE NEWS AND EVENTS

MAY 9, 2015: Abuse and Neglect Take Their Toll on Rescue Horses

Last month, we lost two of our most beloved horses. Both Johnnie B. Goode and Bader came to Equamore in appalling condition. Both appeared to have recovered, but that recovery was tentative, as it is with most horses who have suffered abuse or neglect. Read more here

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HORSES BEYOND THE FINISH LINE

APRIL 23, 2015: KIZZY’S STORY

At Equamore Sanctuary, we understand that post-traumatic stress reactions in horses, as in people, can be triggered by what seems an insignificant set of circumstances. Read Kizzy’s story here

Meet the Equamore Horses
Equamore Foundation needs your help to provide feed, shelter and veterinary care for our existing horses, to be able to accept additional horses into the Sanctuary, and to ensure that we can stay at the Sanctuary forever. We want “Hungry, Neglected, Abused… Never Again” to be a reality for our horses and for those all those other horses that need us.
See all horses here