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Sunday, November 15th

11:00am - 3:00pm 

Tubac Golf Resort & Spa

Hors d’oeuvres, sit down brunch, silent auction, and live auction hosted by Leticia Frye with music provided by David Rychener.

Proceeds of this year’s event will assist with Phase Two of our expansion project by building a barn, fencing and security gate. To make a reservation click here. 

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Head down the dusty o'l trail and stop on by! 

12 Plaza Road Tubac, AZ

Hours of Operation:

Thursday - Sunday

11:00AM - 3:00pm  

125 Devil's Garden Wild Horses captured and removed under smokey conditions 

Image of Heliocopter rounding up Wild horses under Smokey Condtions

Last week 125 wild horses, a mix of stallions, mares, and foals, lost their freedom under alarmingly smokey conditions in Northern Californa. 6 of the 20 largest wildfires in California's history are currently burning. The U.S Forest Service removed on average of 20 horses a day last week amidst some of the world's worst air quality conditions. 

The U.S. Forest Service has set an Appropriate Management Level of only 206-402 horses for the Modoc National Forest range, yet this agency authorizes permits for as many as 3,700 cattle and 2,900 sheep to graze for six months a year. Currently, there is about 1,803 horse according to a 2019 census conducted by the United States Geological. 

The U.S Forest Service utilized the dangerous method of helicopter roundups for these wild horse removals. Most horses obtained during these roundups had a body condition score of 4 and 5 – meaning they were at an excellent weight. Some even bordered on being obese. Since the start of this month's roundups in Northern California's Devil's Garden, Wild Horse Management Range two horses have died and several horses have been severely injured. The Forest Service plans to remove 500 horses by the end of this month. To read more about this horrendous actions of The U.S Forest Service, Click here.

Equine Voices Devil's Garden Wild Mustang, Montana 

Our dedicated volunteer Norma working and making progress with our Devil's Garden Wild Mustang named Montana.

 Throwback Thursday

Bam-Bam and Layla.

Death toll hits 21 horses as the Diamond Complex Roundup continune to progress 

The Diamond Complex is comprised of three HMAs in Nevada, Diamond, Diamond Hills South, and Diamond Hills North. The Complex encompasses 258,278 acres of public and private lands. The BLM permits 24,348 cattle and sheep livestock AUMs within the Diamond complex. The combined Appropriate Management Level (AML) for the Diamond Complex is 123-210 wild horses and the BLM estimates there are currently 1,495 wild horses.

The BLM’s objective for this operation is to capture approximately 1,225 and remove approximately 1,165 wild horses within and outside of the boundaries of the Complex. 21 horses have died in the first 10 days of these roundups, the BLM expects the helicopter roundup to take approximately 20-25 days. 

Equine Voices Rescue and Sanctuary supports the American Wild Horse Campain's call for an investigation and an end to the Diamond Complex Roundups

Help us call for an investigation and end the Diamond Complex Roundups! Click here to sign the petition.

Sponsor Harley

Hello, yall!

 I am Harley. I am a 16-year-old quarter horse mare. I was rescued by Equine Voices Rescue and Sanctuary in 2005 from a feedlot in Canada. I am a joyful, fun-loving gal. I enjoy my home here in the Santa Rita foothills with all my rescue friends! 

 Will you consider sponsoring Harley for just $50 each month? For more information on our sponsor program click here.

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If you love Gulliver and would like to support the horses at Equine Voices Rescue & Sanctuary, please join "Gulliver's Fan Club". For only $10/month, you can be part of helping Gulliver spread the word about the plight of the foals bred for the PMU industry.

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Sponsoring a horse and receive a beautifully framed picture of the horse you've chosen and their story. For an annual sponsorship you will also receive a beautiful Cowboys Collectible horse hair key chain. Colors and styles may vary based on availability.
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