Equamore News & Events

Equamore featured in Ashland Daily Tidings

The Ashland Daily Tidings published a feature today about animal rescue and people in the community who support rescue groups and sanctuaries in many different ways. Along with the Tidings feature is a video featuring members of the community who rescue animals — including a few voices from Equamore. Executive director Linda Davis talks about having been around horses all her life and having seen a lot of neglect, abuse, and cruelty — and, all too often, she’s found that horses have nowhere to…

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Equamore Horse Chaps in the Holiday Spirit!

Equamore’s 2nd Annual Christmas at the Barn Event

Equamore Foundation, one of the longest running equine non-profits in the US, is hosting its second annual Christmas at the Barn event.  Equamore friends, donors and volunteers are invited come and enjoy some refreshments and meet the horses.  We will celebrate the season, applaud our victories and thank our many friends.  Christmas at the Barn is on Sunday, December 9th from 2:00 until 5:00 PM. The sanctuary is located at 4723 HWY 66, Ashland, OR 97520.  Admission is free to…

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One of the miniature horses to be auctioned

All the Little Horses – Rescued Miniatures to be Auctioned December 8

In his National Book Award winning novel All the Pretty Horses author Cormac McCarthy includes vivid and moving descriptions, such as this:“he was among the horses running and in the dream he himself could run with the horses and they coursed the young mares and fillies over the plain where their rich bay and their rich chestnut colors shone in the sun and the young colts ran with their dams and trampled down the flowers in a haze of pollen…

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Happy Anniversary to Sara

It was a treat to be at Equamore last week for this very special event: the one-year anniversary of Sara and her “person,” Equamore board vice-president Ruth Kennedy. Being a “person” to Sara means walking, grooming, and visiting her — as well as proffering treats (Sara and Ruth share an apple at the end of nearly every day). After Sara was rescued from severe neglect by Equamore back in 2008, she was placed twice in adopted homes and twice returned. In February of 2010, the sanctuary became her…

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Equamore Sanctuary’s Grand Opening and Dressage Horse Show

Equamore Foundation, one of the longest running equine non-profits in the US, has purchased the property known for more than three decades as Eden Farm. You are invited to the new Equamore Sanctuary’s Grand Opening and Dressage Horse Show on September 29th from 10:00 AM until 2:00 PM. Come watch the show, tour the facility, and meet some of the horses of the Equamore Foundation. The sanctuary is located at 4723 HWY 66, Ashland, OR 97520. Admission is free to…

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The Equamore Sanctuary

Vision to Fruition

In 1991, after nearly 16 years of horse rescue at Eden Farm, the Equamore Foundation was established. Having received non-profit status in 1996, it is one of the longest running horse rescue organization in the United States today. We provide sanctuary for equines, as well as assistance to horse owners, education and outreach to help reduce the need for sanctuary. It has been a vision of the organizers and supporters of the Foundation to one day own this property that…

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A Sad Necessity

Yesterday, we had to make one of the hardest decisions horse rescuers have to make when caring for horses suffering from severe neglect. After consultation with our veterinarian when new radiographs revealed that Hoover’s hooves were continuing to deteriorate, we made the decision to allow the lovely chestnut thoroughbred to go to his final rest.   Even though alert and apparently healthy, Hoover spent much of his time lying down. When he walked, he was forced to use his hind legs…

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A Horse Needs More than Hay Alone

The woods are lovely, dark and deep. But I have promises to keep, And miles to go before I sleep, And miles to go before I sleep.—Robert Frost SANCTUARY! The graph in the right hand column shows the number of horses fully funded by contributions from the Friends of Equamore Foundation. Their pledges ensure that each Equamore horse gets the best of care, including ✓ Caretakers on site 24/7. ✓ Shelter in stalls or three-sided sheds. ✓ Twice daily feeding,…

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Official DDAF Grantee