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ASPCA Announces Winners of National ‘Help a Horse Day’ Contest
Exciting event coming to Bend!
Trainer Application deadline for the Rescue Revolution is fast approaching
1) We are extending the Trainer Application deadline.
2) We are allowing Trainers to select their own horse. We'll have the catalogs out very soon, or horses can be viewed at Equine Outreach in Bend. Selection order will be based on order of receipt of completed Trainer Application. Trainer will be given 2 days to make the decision, and 5 additional days to pick up the horse(s), after which time the Trainer will lose position in the selection order. (Trainers selecting their horse(s) prior to December 1 will have 5 days after December 1 to pick up horse) This will have no negative impact on the Trainer except that his/her chosen horse may not be available. The potential for chaos is pretty great with this Trainer's Choice option, but we wanted to offer it, and we hope everyone will play nice so that it can somehow work out well!
3) MINIMUM cash prizes will be $500/300 (1st and 2nd place) in both In-hand and Under Saddle Divisions. We hope there will be more cash available, but will promise these minimum amounts.
Again, completed Trainer Applications can be scanned and emailed to me at firstname.lastname@example.org, and I am available any time to answer questions at 541-447-8165.
FIRST HORSES SELECTED! From the Thoroughbred pen, "Phoenix" and from the Warm Springs pen, "Whiskey". Congratulations to the lucky trainer who will begin this competition with these two great subjects!
Horse pick-up in December from Equine Outreach
Finale Competition and Adoption May 30, 31
at Rim Rock Riders Arena
at Brasada Ranch
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Abandon emaciated horses being cared for my volunteers. Volunteers are asking for donations to help save these 2.
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Great Kids Horse! 15H
Teke is a pretty little paint - somewhat sway-backed We estimate she is in her late 20s, but has plenty of spunk - even goes into a trot when you are leading her. Her former owner stated that she has been trained to pull a cart - and that she has been ridden in parades. Would make a great kids horse!special someone!
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