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Give Back to American Quarter Horses

A gift to the American Quarter Horse Foundation Endowment Fund is an investment in the future of the American Quarter Horse Foundation ? it's also an investment in the heritage of the American Quarter Horse.

Horses and Humans Research Foundation Promotes Understanding

The Horses and Humans Research Foundation?s mission is to facilitate universal understanding and appreciation of the significant influence of horses on humans.

The EQUUS Foundation

The EQUUS Foundation was established in August 2002 as an IRS tax-exempt 501 (c) (3) charity to raise public awareness of the value of horses in our everyday lives through education and grant awards.

Charitable Equine Organizations

Want to donate your time and/or money to a worthy equine organization? Here is a list of associations that will put your funding to good use.

Secretariat Center. Courtesy Secretariat Center

Life After Racing

The Makers Mark Secretariat Center in the Kentucky Horse Park finds new careers for former racehorses.

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A Selection of Equine Rescue Centers and Horse Sanctuaries in the U.S. & Canada

Here is a list of some of the equine rescue organizations in the United States and Canada.

Mini Blind Guide

Minis As Guides for the Blind: Potential To The Max

Janet Burleson, the pioneering North Carolina trainer who produced the world's first guide horse talks about the Guide Horse Foundation.

Morris Animal Foundation

Know about Morris Animal Foundation? When you learn what it's done for your horse, you'll be glad you do. By Sue Copeland for Practical Horseman magazine.

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Horse Rescue 101: How and When to Take Action

That skin-and-bones horse in the junky pasture down the street is obviously ill-cared for. But is it neglect? Abuse? And if so, how should you handle it? We tell you when and how to safely step in--and how to avoid legal pitfalls.

Horse Rescue. Courtesy Days End Farm Horse Rescue

Support Your Local Equine Rescue

Winter time can be especially difficult. Hay and feed are often hard to come by, and more expensive just when the horses need them most. So what can you do to help? Most equine rescue centers have "wishlists" posted on their Web sites, which outline their specific needs.