ANZA – Heavenly Horse Haven in Anza announced a different kind of event for the annual Help A Horse day coming April 26 instead calling it, “Help A Horse Day… how about two?”
Manager Gina Perrin in a news release says, “This year we are going to have a different kind of event to celebrate ‘Help A Horse Day.’ We are calling it ‘Help A Horse… how about two?’ We are going to help a local lady that has fallen into very bad times and needs help rescuing two of her horses.
“We are going to fund raise money to help support the horses through their transition to a new life here at Heavenly Horse Haven. We are going to have the horses arrive April 26, the actual Help A Horse day. The fundraising will help us with the feed, farrier, veterinary care and retraining of these two horses.”
The news release says horses stay at the ranch close to a year on average before they are ready to go to their new “forever” loving home. Heavenly Horse Haven currently has nearly 100 rescued horses and farm animals.
Help A Horse Day was created by the ASPCA as an annual event and is a national celebration and contest to raise awareness of the plight of horses. Equine rescues and sanctuaries are encouraged to host an event highlighting the work they do and showing community members how they can help.
The nonprofit Heavenly Horse Haven ranch is located at 58290 Marlis Lane in Anza.
Heavenly Horse Haven has a website with a link offering more information at http://heavenlyhorsehaven.org.
Heavenly Horse Haven is a registered nonprofit, 501(c)(3) charitable organization. Donations are tax deductible.
Contact Gina Perrin at (951) 551-3561