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March 15, 2015

Mariah Hammerschmidt


Boulder, Colo. DreamCatchers Equine Rescue, Inc. was recognized by A Home for Every Horse at the Rocky Mountain Horse Expo. Dream Catchers Equine Rescue, Inc of Pueblo, Colorado is nonprofit dedicated to the Rescue, Sanctuary, Rehabilitation, Socialization, Training and most importantly the love and respect to horses of all breeds, ages, physical and emotional abilities and when at all possible match them with their humans who will cherish them for the rest of their lives.

DreamCatchers Equine Rescue, Inc was recognized at the Rocky Mountain Horse Expo known as a place for equine enthusiasts interested in all breeds and disciplines to gather.

A Home for Every Horse and its participating sponsors want to recognize the hard work of DreamCatchers Equine Rescue, Inc. ( by presenting the rescue with horse-care gifts to take back to the rescue. Including; a new WeatherBeeta blanket and twenty-four tubes of Zoetis Strongid paste.

Julie DeMuesy, President and Founder for DreamCatchers Equine Rescue, said “The most rewarding part of being an equine rescue is when two souls unite, when a rescued horse is made whole and finds its special person that will be its forever home. That is the ultimate reward.

Along with many other rescues DreamCatchers Equine Rescue feels like the most important and critical need in the equine industry is education. Julie works hard to educate on issues of the unwanted horse; nutrition, breeding practices, and neglect through workshops and educational events. “A Home for Every Horse is a key piece of the puzzle for rescues to reach the equine industry” says Julie

If you want more information on rescue horses or you want to locate a rescue near you, please check out and the Active Interest Media Equine Network have joined forces with the American Horse Council’s Unwanted Horse Coalition to launch A Home for Every Horse Project.

This project helps find homes for America’s 170,000 to 200,000 horses in need of care and shelter.Here’s how it works:• Begin the search for your next equine partner You can search horses waiting for homes at nonprofit shelters across the country. Browse by rescue horse, or find rescue organizations in your area.

• Visit the site’s “Services” section to learn about your local rescue organizations. Find out how you can volunteer, donate, or simply spread the word.

• Look for upcoming stories on related to horse rescue.

If your 501(c)(3) rescue organization would like to join the Home For Every Horse Project, call (866) 467-7323, ext. 100. is a part of Active Interest Media Equine Network.


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