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A Note from Norah Pollard

My dad, Red Pollard, loved horses, especially Seabiscuit, the Thoroughbred he rode to recovery and raced to victory. Red would be so glad to know that there are now horse rescues for the Thoroughbreds and broodmares that have given so much to us and now need us to give them love and care in return.

Did You Know?

2019: Estimated 7,500 racehorses were sent to slaughter, and over 100,000 horses in total

92.3% were in good condition and could've been re-homed

Between 2015 and 2019 a total of 355,821 equines were exported from the US to Mexico for slaughter, per USDA Market News data.

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Ways to Give

Learn more ways to help here.

To support our efforts in saving the lives of horses, Elite Equine Rescue raises funds year round.

Income is generated through individual contributions, corporate sponsors, matching gifts, foundation grants, a direct mail program, merchandise, adoption fees, and bequests.

All donations to Elite Equine Rescue are tax deductible.

Frequently asked questions:

Q) How do you support your organization?

A) Elite Equine Rescue is a non-profit organization. We rely on the generous donations of people like you to support our mission.

Q) Where do you get your horses?

A)  At Elite Equine Rescue we are there to offer a safe landing for the horses that need us most. Many of our rescues come from owner surrenders & the Sheriffs department. Our goal is to reach these horses before they are loaded onto a trailer that is slaughter-bound.

Q) How can I help?

A) There are many ways you can help support Elite Equine Rescue. Donate.Volunteer.Sponsor.Adopt.

Estate Giving

Your legacy helps to ensure that Elite Equine Rescue can continue its work on behalf of abused and neglected horses for a long time.

Our tax ID#, which most attorneys will request, is 82-4383750.

Contact us at 719-306-5933 or [email protected] with any other questions.

When working on your estate planning, consider the following:

Bequests: Including EER in your living trust, will or other estate plan assures that we can continue to rescue and care for horses in need. EER can be named as a beneficiary of a portion, or all, of your estate. You can also bequest a particular asset to EER. Tangible property, such as homes, can be gifted to Elite Equine Rescue, as well as portfolios included in your will, or put into a trust or annuity, naming EER as the beneficiary.

Another easy way to make a substantial donation is to name Elite Equine Rescue as the beneficiary of a life insurance policy. The same holds true for IRAs or 401(K) plans. Over the years, some donors have chosen to donate stock shares to EER. We can then cash them at times when the stock market is doing well.

"Making comebacks bigger than setbacks"

1670 Spring Valley Dr. • Colorado Springs, CO 80921

(719) 306-5933

Elite Equine Rescue is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization.

All donations are tax deductible.

Tax ID #82-4383750

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