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Join Central Virginia Rescue at the 1st Annual Gelding Ball. Dress to impress as you show your support to the rescue for an evening of music and dancing. The Annual Gelding Ball is an event to raise funds for the … Continue reading
Noelle was our last Camelot horse and came to us during the Christmas holidays. She quickly became a favorite and remains at CVHR to teach people about horses, horse slaughter and the other challenges that equines face today. You can … Continue reading
Cinnamon is a BLM mustang. She came to us from Vance County, NC where she was picked up as a stray with 2 other horses. People came to claim the other two but left Cinnamon there. We were asked … Continue reading
Are you ready to play “SLING” BEAN? For a GREAT Cause: to Buy CVHR a necessary Sling to support Horses that cannot stand on their own. We encountered this issue with Little Irish this week and saw first hand how … Continue reading
We are currently just under $30,000 with pledges and donations. I am preparing to move forward and am actively seeking an investor. In doing so, I updated our Media Package that tells a little bit about Central Virginia Horse Rescue. … Continue reading
Do you want to give a gift that really keeps giving? One that really matters? Want to help Secretariat’s grandson “Impish Gold” and many other starved, neglected horses? Here is how you can give the gift of life as someone’s … Continue reading
Central Virginia Horse Rescue is happy to send our Stop Slaughtering Us bookmark out to anyone who sends us a self addressed stamped envelope. If you would like more than 3, please include additional postage on the envelope. If you … Continue reading
We need HELP! No experience necessary for a lot of the positions. We need filing, cleaning, yard work, maintenance, barn work, grooming, riding and training, teaching and working with children, etc. Minimum age to volunteer alone is 15 but parents … Continue reading
Central Virginia Horse Rescue is proud to announce that we have been approved to Host a Fellow through The Mission Continues. The Mission Continues is a non profit organization that A Mission Continues Fellow is a post-9/11 veteran who … Continue reading