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Nebraska: Break Heart Ranch Horse Rescue
Posted on Tuesday, February 07 @ 22:16:22 CST by iljiana

Horse Adoption and Rescue

2141 J Road
Minden, Nebraska 68959
402) 756-0621

email to BreakHeartRanch@gtmc.net



Break Heart Ranch is owned and operated by Val and John Hinderlider - true friends to all horses. At the Ranch you will see horses of all colors, breeds and temperaments - we are color and breed blind. It doesn't matter the injury, disposition or the age we are here for the throw-aways, the lost, the starved, the abused, the hopeless - any who are unable to find a safe haven anywhere else. My life is dedicated to relieve the suffering we have caused these magnificent animals to whom we owe so very much. Where would we have been without them, they fed us, carried us to war, died for us, befriended us and helped us settle this country. The old saying goes "you can't save them all, only one at a time." but that doesn't help the tears, sleepless nights or nightmares when I must leave behind those poor animals on the meat lines knowing their final destination, especially when they know what is going to happen to them. I see it in their eyes.

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