We are proud and honored to partner with Drifter’s Hearts of Hope in the Annie Project, a program specifically designed to keep retiring dude and guest ranch horses out of auction. More info here.
Teri Allen, founder of Terolyn Horse Rescue Inc. (THR), has been rescuing and rehoming horses for more than 30 years. Her lifelong love for horses, equine knowledge, education and degree in animal sciences from Colorado State University, decades of horse training and an intuitive connection with horses have resulted in almost 100 horses having a second chance at a happy and productive life.
While THR has been rescuing horses from slaughter auctions and kill pens, our main goal is to prevent horses from ending up in that situation in the first place. Therefore, THR rescues horses from a variety of life-threatening circumstances, including abuse or neglect situations, or voluntary owner-relinquishment.
THR works closely with veterinarians and experienced farriers and trainers. Each horse is evaluated and rehabilitated with love and expert care. Most of these rescues are then adopted out to loving homes. Those who can’t be adopted will spend the rest of their lives being cared for on Terolyn Horse Rescue’s beautiful 100+ acre ranch in Elizabeth, CO.
All of the care and upkeep for the rescues is provided by Teri and your generous tax deductible donations. 100% of all donations go completely to the animals.
Please make a donation today and help with the expenses of maintaining these beautiful animals that were once unwanted and destined for suffering and early death. Your donation will go towards future rescue interventions and food, shelter and the special medications needed to keep these beautiful creatures happy and healthy.
You too can make a difference for these horses.
Take a look around this web site so you can get familiar with Teri’s rescue. Also check out the link to 7Everyday Hero on the Upcoming Events page to see a short news story about Teri and the rescue. There are many ways you too can help save these magnificent animals. Please visit our How You Can Help links above to see how you can get involved.