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The Rescue Horse Story:
Last summer over 20 starving rescue horses arrived at Signature Farms.
Unfortunately the lady who rescued the horses stopped feeding and surrendered them to
the State of California several months later. The State does not have an adoption program
like it does for dogs and cats; the horses were going to be put down ...... had we not taken them in.


MURRIETA: Horse rescue operation spreads into new space

Posted in Murrieta on Friday, June 17, 2011

Country Legends Magazine - equestrian country review
May 2010

Old Town Gazette
God's Creatures Concert and Barbecue
Posted by Cas Hoefman On October - 11 - 2010

Country Legends Magazine
September 2010
This is a link to an online ad for the ranch on page 26 in Country Legends Magazine.
The Rescue video is imbedded in the ad, give it a second to load and it will play! Way cool

Old Town Gaazette
September 12, 2010
Comedy Benefits Animals

Article in the Valley News
September 10th, 2010
Hypnotic horse rescue benefit to be held in Temecula

The Califonian
Febuary 2009
Riding to the Recue

The Friday Flyer
January 2, 2009

Article in the Valley News

Article in the Press Enterprise

Link to video:

Call our local supplier to donate feed directly
(major credit cards accepted):

Dan's Feed 951-676-4040

Open Barn & Sponsorship Appreciation Day
The first Saturday of each month 10am-2pm
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One of Save The Animals Today's rescues (of the human variety)!

I ended up at STAT (Save The Animals Today) a couple of years ago. I had been laid off my job and was quite depressed. Playing on the computer became my refuge and hobby, my only exercise was 'scroll up, scroll down', needless to say I put on a few pounds.

It was September '08 that I had the opportunity to start working with the animals at STAT. Being among the animals is so soothing to the mind and soul and a great work out to boot!

Watching the antics and interaction of the different animals is sure to put a smile on anyone's face. My depression is a thing of the past, I've lost six (yes, six) dress sizes and have never felt better!

My favorite time of the day with the animals is after feeding, both in morning and evening. All is quiet except for the munching of happy animals, LIFE IS GOOD!

Sharon Carter
Murrieta, CA