Friday, January 7, 2011

Where Rescued & Disabled Horses Retire

The Golden Carrot  (TGC) is a forever home for older and manageably disabled horses, fully supported by the kind and generous donations of the public. ….these horses are difficult to place in knowledgeable and responsible homes, (and) they can depend on a final retirement here,” reads the Anza, CA non-profit that presently houses 38 horses.
The website also notes:  
“TGC offers educational opportunities to Gils and Boy Scouts and any kids wishing to complete community service requirements for school, as well as, anyone interested in learning to care for and ride horses. …you can perform chores for riding lessons.  TGC encourages responsible horse ownership and discourages backyard breeding.  TGC is strongly anti-slaughter and anti-wild horse roundups.”

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