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Tennessee: Mustang Alley Horse Rescue
Posted on Wednesday, December 07 @ 20:55:36 CST by iljiana

Horse Adoption and Rescue Greeneville, TN

Mustang Alley Horse Rescue is dedicated to the horses of Tennessee and the surrounding states; to provide a safe and secure home for unwanted, abused, abandoned or neglected horses, mules, donkeys and ponies. We place them in qualified homes that have been screened and inspected. Adoption rules and applications are available on our site. We also have lots of room for aged and retired horses and the like.

MAHR gives guided trail rides around their 50 acre property in the mountains of the Cherokee National Forest. The cost is $10 an hour during winter months and $15 per hour during spring, summer & fall months... all proceeds go to Mustang Alley Horse Rescue to continue with the rescue & care of our rescued horses. A one day advanced notice is recommended.

MAHR also holds Horse Care classes twice a month for people who would like to learn more about the care of our equine friends. All potential adopters that are not experienced in horse management are required to take these classes. We also offer training programs of Natural Horsemanship. If you are interested in attending one of these horse care classes, or training programs, please contact MAHR.

MAHR also gives beginner and intermediate riding lessons for $20 per hour. Any adopter receives free lessons if wanted. All proceeds go to the continued care of the rescue horses and to help save future rescues. Call or email MAHR for scheduling.

We are a non-profit organization, run solely by volunteers. We are located in the Round Knob area of Greeneville, Tennessee, in south Greene County. All of our members are volunteers.

MAHR accepts horses from owners who wish to relinquish ownership for various reasons, including financial hardship, moving, divorce and other reasons. Many of these surrendered horses are healthy and are merely in need of a new adoptive family. MAHR obtains legal ownership of surrendered horses accepted into our guardianship with the goal of placing them into suitable adoptive homes.

MAHR also obtains or buys horses from the sale barns to prevent them from being bought by the "killer buyers" where their future is blique.

Our main goal is to rescue horses and place them in loving, screened and inspected homes for the duration of their lives.

We are in need of foster homes for some of our Seniors and some of the other horses that have come into the rescue. Good foster homes are needed to help out with the cost of Senior Feed and other medical needs. Contact MAHR for Foster Forms and information.

We also have a sponsorship program where you can pick out the horse you'd like to sponsor and pledge $25, or more, per month to help with the care and feeding of your sponsored horse. We have several horses to choose from!


For more information please visit our website at
http://www.mustangalley.org/index.php

 
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