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One Horse at a Time

Lovy's Equine Sanctuary is a unique and compassionate venture that combines horse rescue and equine therapy to serve our community. Founded on the principles of healing, rehabilitation, and empowerment, we aim to make a meaningful impact on both the lives of rescued horses and individuals seeking therapeutic support.

Your generous contribution to our rescue horse farm not only warms our hearts with gratitude but also qualifies as a tax-deductible donation, allowing you to make a meaningful difference while receiving the financial benefits you deserve.

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​We are committed to:

  1. Horse Rescue and Rehabilitation: We dedicate ourselves to rescuing neglected, abused, and abandoned horses, providing them with a safe and nurturing environment. Our team of experienced caregivers and trainers work tirelessly to rehabilitate these magnificent animals, fostering their emotional and physical healing. 

  2. Equine-Assisted Therapy: We believe in the remarkable connection between horses and humans. Through equine-assisted therapy, we offer life-changing experiences for individuals with diverse conditions such as mental health issues, trauma, and developmental disorders. Our goal is to empower these individuals to overcome obstacles, enhance their emotional well-being, and build life skills in a supportive and therapeutic setting. 

  3. Education and Outreach: We are committed to raising awareness about responsible horse ownership, equine welfare, and the profound benefits of equine therapy. Through educational programs and community outreach, we aim to promote compassion and a sense of responsibility towards both horses and fellow human beings. 

  4. Collaboration and Partnerships: We recognize the importance of collaboration and partnership with like-minded organizations, donors, and supporters. By working together, we can expand our impact and create a brighter future for both rescued horses and individuals seeking solace, growth, and healing through equine therapy. 

A horse doesn't care how much you know until he knows how much your care. Put your hand on your horse and your heart in your hand.

- Pat Pirelli

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