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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 Contributors

Because of donors like you, we are able to rescue and care for abused and neglected horses and find them safe homes. In addition, we partner with many non-profit organizations throughout the Coachella Valley to educate children and adults about animal cruelty, as well as provide equine education. Together we are able to create a brighter future. Your donation is fully tax deductible. For tax purposes, our federal tax identification number is 80-0536952. We confirm the Coachella Valley Horse Rescue did not provide any goods or services in connection with your donation.
Let's save a horse today!

CVHR Benefactors

Thank you friend for your very generous donation of lots of tack and this wonderful horse trailer. We are very grateful!!!
May 2018

A special thanks to Diane Sheppard
for setting up the Morris Sheppard Memorial Scholarship Fund for kids camps

Thank you Mr. Foley for your kind donation of water barrels for our rescue horses.

September 2015

A donation was made in honor and memory of Craig Tanker.

May you rest in peace.

June 2015 - A special thanks to Raymond Cree / Caring 4 Animals club for helping our ranch and their wonderful donation!

11/1/2014 ~ Thank you Greg Braun from Boarder Valley Feed.

Thanks for your contribution of hay.


August 2014

Thank you for the donation!


I just saw your ad on CL requesting horse tack donation. I have some stuff that I may be giving away soon. I am moving household in July. If I do donate it to your rescue, I will ship it via FedEx. I live in Brentwood (Los Angeles), so driving is unnecessary for either of us. Please email me more about your rescue and pictures of your horses & staff. I have too much stuff, but it's hard for me to let go of it! I prefer that it goes to people who are rescuing horses. Thanks! Jennifer 06/2014

May/2014 - The local Lions club donated toward the needs of the Ranch and the horses. Thank you!


Thank you Lanny and Sandra for building and donating our very special mounting blocks to our horse rescue ranch! You both are such a blessing!

Our obstacle arena boy scout project ~ 2013

Thanks to Tommy A. and his fellow Boy Scouts, our obstacle arena is up

John W. led his team members to organize our main storage container for the obstacle arena.

Thanks to Dean L. and his fellow Boy Scouts, we now have a hay barn for our rescue animals.


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