Imagine a better

World For Horses

We are Colorado Horse Rescue, and we work to continuously reimagine what’s possible and create a reality where safe solutions exist for every horse.

Our Priorities

RESCUE

Imagine a world where no horses fall through the cracks.

EDUCATE

Imagine a time where horses are no longer thought of only as tools or sports equipment.

CARE

Imagine a society that empowers every horse to reach their potential.

ADOPT

Imagine a culture where every horse is valued.

Featured Horses

CISCO

I'm a former dude ranch horse that remains "old horse" sound! Take a few easy rides with me and keep me on grain and soaked beet pulp as I have a few less teeth these days. Safe for kids and even husbands...

REINA

Classic Paint horse with beautiful markings. Would love to be part of a family and enjoy personalized care. Requires front shoes/pads and an experienced farrier. A significant overbite prevents her from typical grazing as a means of maintaining her weight - needs hay supplements.

ANNIE

Fun and unusual coloring in this spunky and energetic youngster that loves people. She will always be in your pocket if allowed! Halter trained, picks up feet, and has been well-behaved for vet visits. Training experience required. Contract requires no breeding of any filly/mare adopted from CHR.

The

Issue

Every week, an average of 18 horses are sold at the livestock auction in our community. Approximately ten are purchased by kill buyers and shipped to Mexico to be slaughtered for meat. We rescue as many of these animals as we can, in addition to accepting and rehoming horses from families in personal crisis.

LEADCHANGE PROGRAM

Inspire leadership and unite your business with the team-building experience of a lifetime.

A MOVEMENT STARTS WITH ONE THING. MOVEMENT.

As a 501(c)(3) impact organization operating in since 1986, Colorado Horse Rescue is the home of unbridled potential. We exist to build a better future for horses, one life at a time.

163

SAFE SOLUTIONS PROVIDED FOR HORSES AT RISK

(2019)

61

Horses Adopted

(2019)