Peaceful Ridge Rescue

July 2019 Newsletter

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Whew! It's Hot Out There!

Happy Summer to Our Supporters! Summer is such a great time for family and friends. Vacations, BBQs, the beach, No School!


If you need some volunteer hours please click the link below for information. We can always use your help, and don't forget, fundraisers collect hours too. If the weather is too hot for you there are things you can do to help the horses from the comfort of your home!


Follow our social media and newsletters to keep up with our news and events in 2019.

ADOPTIONS!

Lovely Beauty and Regal Ricky has found their forever homes! Thank you Ladies!
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New Board Members

2019 has brought some changes to the rescue! Our new Board Members include Kelly Thompson, Sid Simon and Lee Fallick! Thank you folks who have served and thank you to the new members for your dedication to helping rescue horses!
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Below are some great tips from NetPosse on how to keep your horses safe during the 4th of July

Sophia Perez-Monzon

Please welcome Sophia! She will be interning at the rescue this summer from the Royal Dick School of Veterinary Science graduate program in Edinburgh, Scotland.

We are so happy to have you!

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Collaboration!

We have been working with Zen Horse Rescue in Boca Raton for a few years to help more horses get adopted. We are planning some neat new collaborations with them! Stay Tuned and click below to visit their site!

About Us

Peaceful Ridge Rescue, Davie, Florida, is a Non-Profit Organization that provides much needed medical and dental care, rehabilitation, and adoption services for rescued horses. Our mission is to rescue horses from neglect, abuse, abandonment, and slaughter; to improve their lives by providing a safe haven for healing and rehabilitation; to find a home for every horse, through a rigorous adoption process, sponsor and foster program; and to educate the community through instructional support, and equine-assisted programs. Please take the time to donate and help a rescue horse eat and receive medical care for another week or month.