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Kentucky: Blair's Equine Rescue
Posted on Saturday, September 17 @ 15:13:16 CDT by donna

Horse Adoption and Rescue Shepherdsville, Ky. 40165
phone: 502-543-2956
fax: 413-674-5300

   Blair's Equine Rescue is a non-breed specific organization dedicating itself to the rescue, healing and new home placement for abused, neglected and mistreated horses.

 Blair's is the brainchild of Marcia Blair Moss... an avid horse-lover and all around "critter person" : ) Marcia has experienced and seen, first-hand, what neglect, abuse and injury can do to a horse and is appalled by the conditions many horses are forced to live under. It has taken Marcia about one year to develop her personal contacts, gather information and gain further experience through assisting other Stables and organizations. It is her goal to eventually be able to help or to find help for all of the many horses in need and to work toward a raised community awareness of this issue. 

    Equine abuse can appear where you least expect it. It does not mean that their owners are bad people, they just may not be able to take care of them. Please... whether you're driving along a road, going to the store, on the way to or from a friend's home or a routine errand... be alert. If you should see a horse that "just doesn't look right" make a note of your location and as soon as possible your local Humane Society, county animal control agency or animal rescue organization. Do not worry if your report should turn out to be a "false alarm"... those things happen. We would rather have a nice drive out to visit a horse than have an abused or neglected horse go unnoticed or worse... unreported.

We encourage you to check back with us... there are a lot more horses that need help.

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