The 2015 Nampa, Idaho, Extreme Mustang Makeover featured 5- and 6-year-old mustang mares.
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Here are a few of the stories and photos from our readers about horses they have rescued or adopted.
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- Zayat Stables to Donate Some of American Pharoah's Earnings
- Oklahoma Racetrack Adopts Anti-Slaughter Policy
- NYSGC to Host Retired Racehorse Summit on Sept. 1
- Coping With Horse Rescue Costs
- Texas Horse Shot After Fleeing Flood
- New Vocations to Build New Racehorse Retraining Facility
- Poll Recap: Equine Welfare Issues
- Maltreated, Injured Horses Abandoned in Louisiana
- Arizona Agency Seeks Horse Owner
- NTRA Safety and Integrity Alliance Reaccredits Finger Lakes
- Starting an Equine Rescue
- Retiring Your Equine Friend
- Feeding the Starved Horse
- How Much Does it Cost to Rescue a Horse?
- Slings for Horses--Getting A Lift
- South Carolina Man Charged in Horse Cruelty Case
- Nutrition for Rehabilitating the Starved Horse
- Safely Increasing Weight in Emaciated Horses
- Free Horses?
- Saving a Starving Horse: Part 2
Farm Call: Your Questions Answered
Q. Q: I live in Florida, and I am researching private equine rescue facilities. I am interested in starting one in my area. I see a great need for it! Any info that you could send my way would be appreciated. Connie A: Rescuing horses is very rewarding work, but it's also very demanding work. And without a
I’m eyeball-deep in the saddle fitting process right now, and I’m learning a lot about what will work for my horse.