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Equine Welfare Network Messenger

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We are proud to be an EQUUS Foundation Messenger and share our horse care & use practices with the public.

The Messenger Designation is awarded annually. To retain an existing EQUUS Foundation Messenger designation and apply for an EQUUS Foundation grant in 2017, organizations must provide all required information and update their Messenger information on or after January 1, 2017 and not later than April 30, 2017.



Messengers are organizations on the Equine Welfare Network that demonstrate a commitment to public transparency and accountability by their willingness to publish and share extensive data about their operations.

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Heavenly Horse Haven



Heavenly Horse Haven
P.O. Box 391998
Anza CA 92539
951-551-3561

Tax ID/EIN: 30-0403311
Year Founded: 2008
Last Updated 2017-05-13

Public Charity


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Primary Focus involving horses (Horse Welfare, Public Service, Sport & Recreation):  Horse Welfare

Our organization operates programs involved with horse rescue, foster care, rehabilitation, adoption and/or retirement.

Our organization's primary activity is equine rescue, adoption & retirement.

Our organization is directly responsible for the care of horses to provide its services.

90% of our total programs and services are horse-related.

Our organization conducts its horse-related programs at one facility.

Our organization operates programs involved with horses and other animals.


Our Mission/How we are involved with horses:
It is our mission to help meet the need for a "safe haven" for horses or other farm animals, who are at risk, neglected, abused, too expensive to keep, unwanted or otherwise in need of special care.

Horse-related programs:
Programs: 1.Rescue/Adoption Service: Provides the rescue transportation to the facility, initial vet assessment (physical exam, deworming), 30 day quarantine; handling/gentling, next is the training assessment and then ground work, riding in arenas evolving to trail rides and if able, participating in local gymkana events.<br/><br/>2.Senior/Sanctuary Program: A dual program provides a final retirement for rescues older than 20, and for younger horses with physical/medical issues determined not-ridable, both groups are not adoptable. We continue to seek sponsorships for seniors and the younger horses (as well as continuing rehabilitation for younger horses) <br/><br/>These programs are promoted through. <br/> <br/>-Educational/Community Outreach which provides children and adults the unique environment to explore the farm with an emphasis on horsemanship include;<br/><br/>-A day at the Farm (A field trip for elementary school children to walk around and learn about the workings of a farm);<br/><br/>-Horse Ownership Fundamentals (after the rescue and training of a horse) Gina works with a potentially new owner and rescued horse to provide basic training, a suitable match and understanding of the commitment that is involved.<br/><br/>-Community organizations such as the Boy Scouts schedule a weekend camping trip on the ranch to work on badge program<br/><br/>-High School students and individuals earn required volunteer credits working on the ranch

Non-horse-related programs:
The non-horse related programs serve in an educational capacity for the general public. The other rescues at the ranch include 6 chickens, 7 ducks, 1 cow, 3 goats, 3 emus, 6 bunnies, 2 alpacas, 2 llamas, 1 mule and 3 pigs.


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