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Horsinalities 101

Animal assisted programs recognize the bond between humans and horses and the potential for emotional healing when the two create a bond.

Horse Rescue

We have rescued, rehabilitated and placed several horses that were abused, neglected, or headed for slaughter.  These horses are now thriving thanks to the dedication of CVMR’s members and friends.

Horse Rescue

A one year old colt Buckskin arrived at the Coachella Valley Horse Rescue ranch on September 05,2015. He is settling in quite well at our ranch after a long haul from Fallon Nevada. He was out bided and saved from being purchased by kill buyers who wanted to profit by sending horses to slaughter. He was given a second chance on life! 

Scouting Programs

Local Boy Scout and Girl Scout troops have completed and are currently working on several projects at our Ranch.  This enables them to fulfill the requirements and obtain their badges.

Annual Auction

Save a Horse, Buy a Cowboy!
Annual event to meet and greet the horses, celebrity band and celebrities being auctioned. Fun for the entire family

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  • People come and go but horses leave hoof prints on your heart.
  • When people say it’s JUST a horse, they JUST don’t understand…
  • If you haven’t fallen off a horse…then you haven’t been ridin long enough.
  • My favorite breed is RESCUE.
  • I've often said there's nothing better for the inside of a man than the outside of a horse.
  • When people say it’s JUST a horse, they JUST don’t understand…
  • Will is to grace as the horse is to the rider.
  • Horse sense is the thing a horse has which keeps it from betting on people.
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CVHR Sanctuary program ~ Rebel

Coachella Valley Horse Rescue

In mid November 2013, Rebel is an 8 year-old mustang mare. She was green broke when we got her, which means she needed a LOT of training. She had ground manners, but she was very head-shy and you couldn’t get near her face to put on a hackamore or a bridle on her without her running backwards and putting her head up in the air.

With lots of patience and time, Rebel is now drops her head, and helps you dress her (with bridle, etc.) Rebel has come a long way. She has ridden on the trail, obstacles, is learning how to jump and does all her compulsories very well.

Rebel was adopted on Christmas Eve, 2013 by a member who’s daughter friended and fell in love with her and worked with her every day for three weeks before they adopted her.

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