Indiana Horse Rescue

Equine Division of Animal Protection Coalition, Inc
a 501(c)3 non profit organization

"If the only cost were love, we could save them all!"

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New e-mail address - INHorseRescue@gmail.com

We need to make room for incoming horses so we have

lowered adoption donations! 

Featured Horse
Eclipse

Eclipse is trying to raise funds to go to a trainer to make her a much more adoptable horse!  Can you help?  We just need 26 people to make a $25.00 donation to raise $650.00 and she'll be going to see Nadia Heffner at Double H Horse Farm.  Nadia works with all breeds and also works with the Tippecanoe 4H Horse and Pony Club - so I am confident that Eclipse will receive the perfect training. 
So donate today to help Eclipse become a success in her field!

8/4/15  We've raised $565.00 so far but still need a total of $650.00-only $85.00 more to go!!

 

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 one facility that houses and cares 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!

Mission Statement

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.

 

Stay Conn

Donating a Horse to Indiana Horse Rescue click here...

Come out and visit the horses click here for more info...

For our latest happenings click here...

Law Enforcement Officers Abuse/Neglect Resource click here...

To Report Abuse and/or Neglect please click here...

Making the Decision to Humanely Euthanize your Horse? Click here for more information!

What Every Horse Owner Should Know! Publication by University California Davis

 

 

 

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