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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE September 19, 2016 Contact Cynthia Smith Telephone 434-774-6607 Email email@example.com Website www.centralvahorserescue.org CENTRAL VIRGINIA HORSE RESCUE ANNOUNCES BLIND FAITH SANCTUARY Kenbridge, VA, September 13, 2016 – Central Virginia Horse Rescue announces Blind Faith Sanctuary … 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
Bonnie Jo was a local owner surrender. I was contacted by two local people and told that her owners were moving and could not take her with them. At that time, we believed her to be in her 20s. When … Continue reading
Central Virginia Horse Rescue always has between 20 and 40 horses here that are recovering from abuse or neglect or here for re-training so that they can move on to their new home. We pride ourselves on taking the best … Continue reading
Central Virginia Horse Rescue was one of several rescues who helped rescue 39 horses from a Person County, NC residence. The horses were part of 139 animals that lived on the 10 acre farmette. CVHR took 15 miniature horses, ten … Continue reading
UPDATE: Shiloh returned to CVHR in the fall of 2013. He had not adapted well in his adopted home. His left eye had deteriorated to where it was painful almost all the time. We had it removed in February 2014 … Continue reading
Patriot came to us with three other horses from Vance County Animal Control. Patriot is an elderly Arabian gelding who has a body score of 1. Body score is evaluated on a scale of 1-9 with 1 being emaciated and … Continue reading
We love our Standardbreds. Whether they move on to new homes as trail horses or stay at the rescue to be used in our programs, they have everything that it takes to win… in this case, winning the hearts of … Continue reading
Patchuta arrived from the Camelot Auction house in Cranbury, NJ on July 22nd, 2012. He was running a fever and was very lethargic. We put him to bed in his stall and in the morning, he would not eat his … Continue reading