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For The Love Of Horses.

Elite Equine Rescue (EER) is an IRS recognized non-profit with a 501c3 exemption status. The organization was founded when the need to provide rehabilitation, re-homing and aftercare to equine athletes that no longer served their previous life were in jeopardy of being discarded, neglected or even abused. EER provides a safe landing for these horses and many others. Our main objective is to meet the rehab needs of those animals that require it, evaluate training/skill level and personality traits and determine long-term general care needs for each horse. Then, we pair them with an individual that matches each horse's needs.

Our Efforts

"Rescuing a horse will not save the world, but it will change the whole world for that one horse."- Gina Hluska

About us & Our Mission 

Elite Equine Rescue (EER) is a 501c3 non-profit organization working to prevent the abuse and neglect of horses through rescue and education.

A little background: Elite Equine Rescue was incorporated as a Colorado non-profit in February of 2018. Elite Equine Rescue began as an all volunteer organization with the Board members providing the initial foster homes. A small self-care facility soon housed several of the incoming rescue horses as well.

Over the years, Elite Equine has worked hard to increase its capacity on solely personal funds prior to it's tax exemption status being obtained. In 2015, EER founding board members purchased a small piece of acreage and began to build the facility that now houses the rescues today. 

Since our inception, EER has been blessed with the use of an additional property that now allows us to not only take in more rescue horses, but also provides a facility that enables us to take in more rehab cases as well. It is these post surgical/injury clients that help fund the rescue horses that are housed at both locations.

Our Vision

The love and compassion have always been there... in all of us. It just took a little of faith, the right hearts being paired, the initial finances and ultimately the manpower to make it happen. We have gone from housing a handful per year to now housing 20-30 rescue horses in need at any given time. Due to the growing need and a less than perfect economy we are finding more and more horses in need. However, we are limited to the number of horses that we are able to house here. Are we able to rehab under the current circumstances? Sure. However, if we were equipped with the technology of an AquaTread and/or a vibe plate the horses would rehab quicker and stronger. Our vision, our dream and prayer is that we will someday be able to obtain a large piece of land and grow in our ability to touch many more lives.  We would then no longer be limited on our intake number and need for quarantine for outsiders. Additionally, we would be armed with the very best knowledge, equipment, education, experience and ultimately the facility. Our intention is to continue rescuing, educating and advocating for horses on as many levels as possible... We are confident it will happen in the near future.. 

How can I help?

We could not exist without the kindness of our supporters.

Elite Equine Rescue is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that relies heavily on the kindness and generosity of our coummunity. Without our network of volunteers and supporters we simply would cease to exist.

​Many opportunities exist for you to help our herd. Everyone has a unique talent or gift and we hope that you will embrace the opportunity to give back in a way that is convenient, fun, and rewarding.  There are many different ways that you can help us listed on the Volunteer page.

Proceeds from all funds benefit rescued and retired horses of EER, a qualified 501(c)(3) organization.

"Don't walk behind me; I may not lead. Don't walk in front of me; I may not follow. Walk beside me and be my friend."- Albert Camus