Event Coverage

Follow the Equine Comeback Challenge

Training competitions abound in the horse world. There’s the Extreme Mustang Makeover, Road to the Horse, and the Mustang Million. Now there’s the Equine Comeback Challenge, introduced by A Home for Every Horse. A Home for Every Horse was founded by our sister website, Equine.com —The World’s Largest Equine Marketplace. […]

Rescue Horse Resources

Adopt a Rescue Horse

Learn the right way to adopt a rescue horse with these 10 tips. Plus: Learn about the A Home for Every Horse program.

Rescue Success Stories

The Story of Max Part III

In my last blog, I described my thought-provoking first meeting with Max. At the time of our meeting, he was a rescue horse with a dangerous, dark side. Max had been known to attack people on occasion. So, to keep myself safe, I had to teach him that I didn’t […]

Rescue Success Stories

The Story of Max (Part Two)

In my last blog entry, I began telling the story of Max, my project horse from the Colorado Horse Rescue. He was a comedian, with a dark side. Specifically, he liked to scare and bite people. All the staff members at the rescue were afraid to handle Max, so when […]

Rescue Success Stories

The Rescue of Belle and Sundance

The Rescue of Belle and Sundance, by Birgit Stutz and Lawrence Scanlan, is the true story of two resilient equines and the compassionate humans who save them from the high Canadian Rockies in the middle of winter. It took an entire village to save the two trapped horses. The story […]

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Rescued Horses Will Make You Smile

Have you considered starting your own rescue? Or would you like to know more about how horse rescues operate? If so, How to Start and Run a Rescue, by Jennifer Williams, PhD, is the book for you! Dr. Williams covers all aspects of rescue operations and tells you how to […]

Rescue Success Stories

The Rescue-Horse Transformation

I work with rescue horses, because I enjoy the transformational journey that takes place in the horse. At first glance, a rescue horse may look dirty, scared, unhealthy, and worthless. But I’ve found that underneath the disheveled appearance beats a heart that’s still willing to love. The horse just has […]

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Rescue Report: School Master

My rescue horse, Banjo, and I were both new to the sport of eventing. ?It can be challenging when both horse and rider are new to a sport. I wanted to do what was best for my horse. So I decided to learn more about eventing from a schoolmaster, a […]

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Rescue Report: Finding a Trainer

Finding a trainer can be like dating: painful and awkward until you find the right one. But I needed to find a good eventing trainer for my rescue horse, Banjo. I wanted to learn about eventing, a completely new discipline for me. I’d been attending local events to observe people […]

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Rescue Report: Opal, and a Visit from Mom

Cate Lamm, an avid horsewoman, has been a part of Colorado Horse Rescue (www.chr.org) for 10 years. There, she?s served as head of the adoption committee, has acted as general manager and now works as a rehabilitation trainer. Lamm has owned a number of h