Ranch Videos - Oak Meadows Ranch, Wildomar, California
Horse Rescue - Rescuing Coal 3/1/12 - Murrieta California - Blue Pearl Project
Our thanks to Amy Price for rescuing Coal from certain starvation and allowing Blue Pearl Project a Non Profit Organization to rehabilitate him. 4 weeks ago Coal was found in an abandoned barn with a wire hanger around his neck with no food or water. Who knows how long he had been there. In the past 4 weeks Amy has fed him and he has been able to gain 80 pounds with her help with still another 100 pounds recommended by a vet for him to gain. Due to Amy's fathers recent illness Amy has been unable to continue helping Coal so Amy contacted the Blue Pearl Project to continue his rehabilitation because no one else was interested in caring for him or to own him. Coal because of being abandoned in a dark barn has a fear of horse trailers so it was a little difficult to get him to go into the horse trailer. Coal is now being rehabilitated and living at Oak Meadows Ranch in Wildomar, California.
California. Blue Pearl Project - Save The Horses
The money donated to this fund will be used for saving the lives of horses from slaughter, for shelter, care and feeding horses. Even a $5.00 donation makes a difference to help buy bags of feed, hay, winter blankets, medications, supplies, Farrier and Vet care and more to a rescued horse! The more that donate even $5.00 the more it helps the thousands of unwanted retired thoroughbred race horses, unwanted horses because of the economy and horses that are sick or abused. You can make a difference! With your help you can make it possible Blue Pearl Project can save more horses.
Horse Rescue - Rescuing A Pregnant Mare 3/4/12 - Morongo California - Blue Pearl Project
Rescuing pregnant Jewel in Morongo, California from being auctioned off and sent to slaughter. With your help you can make it possible Blue Pearl Project can save more horses. Blue Pearl Project - Save The Horses The money donated to this fund will be used for saving the lives of horses from slaughter, for shelter, care and feeding horses. Even a $5.00 donation makes a difference to help buy bags of feed, hay, winter blankets, medications, supplies, Farrier and Vet care and more to a rescued horse! The more that donate even $5.00 the more it helps the thousands of unwanted retired thoroughbred race horses, unwanted horses because of the economy and horses that are sick or abused. You can make a difference!
Horse Rescue - Rescuing Chance 4/5/12 - Norco California - Blue Pearl Project
A young girl going to vet school could no longer be able to board and feed her horse so she called Blue Pearl Project.
Horse Rescue - Rescuing Charlie 4/18/12 - Perris California - Blue Pearl Project
Horse attacked by 2 Pitbull dogs
Here is an email Blue Pearl Project received on 4/18/12 from LuAnn:
Dear Debbie, My daughter Holly and I met you and your husband a couple of months ago out at Wooden Nickel Ranch and you kindly introduced us to some of the wonderful horses you have rescued. I stumbled upon a very sad situation with a horse tonite and I really really need your guys help if possible...I would take him myself but now I have 3 so my husband won't let me lol....This guys name is Charlie and he is a sweeeet horse for all he has been thru....if you saw him it would break your heart....I just couldn't walk away... I told the lady I would figure out something and be back tomorrow and I would be willing to help you in any way that I could with him to help him get better. He is in Perris and this lady has a heart of gold really but just not alot of experience with horses and not made the best choices for him. She saved him 3 weeks ago from a guy who must have been letting him starve because it was his daughter's horse and she ran away so I suppose he didn't care enough to feed her horse. This lady who has him now did the best she could and loves him and has fed him for 3 weeks but she has him in a tiny area attached to a chain and he has a few cuts on him that need tending to but she has kept them clean with peroxide. He needs out NOW and to a stall for some rest and care for his wounds and off the chain. I gave her a small deposit and told her I would be back... Charlie looked so sad... I have to work tomorrow morning but I'm off at 2...I hope you read your emails early in morning like I do....I will be up around 5:30 am so if you could call me before 7:45 am I would really really appreciate it....Me and my daughter will work with you in any way we can to help you get Charlie out of there and get him better....my heart goes out to him and I know if you see him you would cry. PLEASE call me early tomorrow because it is hard for me to get calls at work...boss frowns on cell phone usage lol...and I gotta keep making the coin to help horses like Charlie :) Look forward to hearing from you. Sincerely, LuAnn & Holly
Dear Debbie, I can't thank you enough for all the help you and your husband and Bill gave to me today to make it possible for Charlie to have a new life. If Charlie could hug you guys tonight I am sure he would lol...Anyways you guys are amazing and so is your vision for your ranch and all you have even accomplished in three weeks...I am definitely going to post on my facebook all that you did and refer them to your website if they can help with donations of any kind. I started designing little sign for your address and ranch name but want to put a little more time and thought into it so I will have proof to email you soon :) Hope you guys get some rest and I will see you tomorrow afternoon and bring over something to help you keep all Charlie's meds and vaseline organized, and help put his evening medicine on his legs . Please thank Bill for Holly and I too!Thanks again, LuAnn
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