40165 High St, Beaumont, CA 92223, US

(928) 274-3159


Hope Is Where the Heart Is

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Hope Is Where the Heart Is

Nonprofit Mustang Rescue

Nonprofit 501c3

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We are a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit  located in Cherry Valley, CA our EIN  is83-2202865. Our mission is to Rescue, Rehabilitate, Retrain,  and Rehome Mustangs and other Horses.

Equine Education

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Equine education is one of our main priorities. We pride ourselves on ensuring that our volunteers and clients have first hand knowledge of exactly what it take to care for and maintain these animals properly. 

Volunteer Opportunities

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 Help us help  the horses. Come volunteer and socialize them, building back the trust that some of them have lost. We love what we do here and are happy to have such an amazing support network of volunteers. Join our team today!  

About Us

Our Team

 
Built of volunteers and a caring staff who work diligently to provide a more stable and loving environment for our rescues.


Our mission is to Rescue, Rehabilitate,  Retrain, and Rehome Mustangs and various other horses in need.


Annette & Joel - Our History

"Both my husband and I have grown up with horses and have a passion for mustangs. Several years ago we adopted our first mustang, and instantly fell in love.


We then picked up our next mustang and so the journey began. We found a need in the community to rescue and rehabilitate these misunderstood animals. We love and care for them and we only want to provide them with a better quality of life."



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CHRISTINA

 "I brought my son for riding lessons on the recommendation of a mutual friend of ours and it's like we never left. Both my sons and I fell in love with the horses and have been helping to make the rescue a success ever since. I feel such a sense of peace when I spend quiet time with each horse." 

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SONIA

"I've always loved and ridden horses and wanted my daughter to share that. I was looking for something to help her come out of her shell and open up more. I wanted her to know the therapeutic aspect of being around horses, I took her for her first lesson and now it has become an entire family affair. We can't imagine not having the ranch, the horses and the people in our lives."

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Jeanine

"I picked up a skinny gelding named Harley who was a pretty good riding horse. After I got some weight on him and he tried to attack me. I called Joel and asked for his help. After Joel worked with him, some girls fell in love with him. He has a great home now thanks to Joel. I've been with the rescue ever since"

Our Mission

Our Mission is to Rescue, Rehabilitate, Retrain, and Rehome Mustang Horses. Our organization believes that educating our younger generations about the mustang and other horses in need, we can foster belief in our mission for the future and continue to make a difference in our community. 

Stay in Touch

Sign up to hear from us about special events. Adoptable Horses and Volunteer opportunities

Help Our Cause

Your support and contributions will enable us to meet our goals and improve conditions. Your generous donation will fund our mission.

501c3 Non-Profit ID 83-2202865

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