JOIN US for the 8th Annual
Ride To The Rescue
Benefit Trail Ride
DATES: September 20-21, 2014 -
Ride/Event on 20th
LOCATION: Tippecanoe River State Park
4200 N. US 35, Winamac, IN 46996
Overnight reservations: (866)622-6746
COSTS: $5 per day per horse, $5 per vehicle, Over night $13.91
We have 3 FREE Informational clinics on 9/20:
11am - Equine and their teeth by Susie Pettijohn
Noon - Various Equine Therapies by Beth Draper
1pm - Natural Healthy Hooves by Dan Schroeder
50/50 Drawings $1 a ticket or 6 tickets for $5
Stick Horse Races for all ages
Lunch @ noon 9/20 - Hot Dogs & Chili - Free Will Offerings
New & Gently Used Tack and other great craft items
Grand Prize Drawing will be on Sun. 9/21 at 10am
All Proceeds go to Indiana Horse Rescue a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. Come meet some amazing velvet noses, their wonderful owners, have great conversation, company, and fun!
The 2014 8th Annual Ride for the Rescue is sponsored by Purina and TSC Westfield.
Indiana Horse Rescue is the Equine Division of Animal Protection Coalition, Inc. a 501 (c)3 non profit organization dedicated to animal welfare! Indiana Horse Rescue is to date Indiana's largest equine rescue operation. We currently have several facilities that house and care for horses in need 24/7. We pride ourselves in providing quality care to those horses that are in search of a new permanent home. Indiana Horse Rescue frequently works with Animal Control and Law Enforcement officers on abuse and neglect cases where equine are in need of being impounded, rehabilitated, and re homed. We also accept horses from individuals that can no longer provide a home for their horse. Indiana Horse Rescue is an ALL breed horse rescue, we have no limits to the age, breed, gender, etc. of horses needing to come in. Indiana Horse Rescue is not state funded, we survive on the generosity of individual donors and fundraising efforts. Please decide to help the horses and donate today!
To provide a caring, positive environment for those horses that have either been neglected, abused, abandoned, and/or are at risk of going to slaughter. We will place these horses in an environment that benefits both the horse and the adoptive family.
Click here to see our Videos:
Video #1 (Short)
Hawk is a 1999 Arabian Gelding. This guy is such a cutie and super friendly! He was trained and green broke years and years ago but after some refreshers he would be a cute little riding pony for an older child or teen! This boy had so much prospect and would make an excellent 4-H project!
Our Board has revised several of our adoption policies! Please check back soon for form updates and updates to our website! Thank you for your continued support and love for the horses!
One Person CAN Make a Difference!
Think Globally, Act Locally!