Welcome to the Equine Rescue Resource
  " just because its a little beat up, doesn't mean you should throw a life away"
Tom Smith, trainer of Seabiscuit
Equine Rescue Resource Inc. (ERR) is a nonprofit 501C3 organization helping horses in need.  We are striving to prevent cruelty to equines, educate the public on equine welfare issues, facilitating rescue efforts and helping horses in need.  

We are dedicated to fostering a cohesive environment within the equine community and strongly believe that education, cooperation and networking are the keys to making a difference for horses in need.  

At this time, volunteers are needed to help care for our rescued animals.   If you have a few hours to spare mucking, grooming or maintaining fences/shelters, we would love to hear from you.  To fill out a volunteer application or schedule a day/time, please contact us.

Educational website launched in 1999
Nonprofit incorporation June 2001
Helping horses in need ever since.

Equine Rescue Resource Inc.
PO Box 17
Pine Bush, NY 12566
(845) 744-1728

Equine Rescue Resource Inc. is proud to present
Herrmann's Royal Lipizzan Stallions of Austria
Returning to the Ulster County Fairgrounds
Performances scheduled June 23, 24, 25
Click for details and ticket information
or call (845) 744-1728

Baylian ADOPTED!

Coventry Seizure
The Chenango County Sheriff's office contacted us seeking help with a cruelty case.  We assisted with the removal of the animals on April 4th and are providing safe haven to several until the case is concluded.  We are accruing significant bills and seeking donations to offset costs.  If you can help with hay, shavings or monetary support it will be greatly appreciated.

NY Standardbreds Need Homes
We received a call on April 13th from a family regarding a herd of 20 mares and 5 stallions in Orange County, NY.  The owner is terminally ill in hospice and wants to know his horses are going to have good homes. The family is unable to keep the horses.   We agreed to help find these trotters and pacers good homes, and are asking for anyone with room to contact us. As we have more information, we will share it. We will be visiting the family and identifying/photographing the horses and putting together a list. I was advised that there are no youngsters, they are all registered stock over 4 years old. Two of the stallions are in their 20's. If you can help by taking in a horse or getting the word out, we would appreciate it.

We've had a very busy year, lot of horses needing our help and some, due to limitations, are now on our waiting list.  Please check out the horses available in the Placement Program.  If you have room in your heart, and your farm, please considering adopting one of our horses.
In the interest of securing safe, loving and competent homes in a "sooner rather than later manner", we have waived the adoption costs on a few of our most deserving horses.  Donations will not be turned down, but they are not required, only the right home is.

Dora The Explorer
For updates and information click here.

For more on Kentucky click here.

Have you seen this horse?
Dakota was last seen in Broadalbin, NY.  
Please contact us IMMEDIATELY if you have any information.
Catskill Animal Sanctuary has a number of horses for adoption - all ages and genders.
Please consider calling CAS also if we are unable to place a horse with you. (845) 336-8447

Your donation will help fill a feed bucket!
Donations of grain, hay and shavings are truly needed at this time and can be purchased through:

Pine Bush Agway
Railroad Avenue, Pine Bush, NY
(845) 744-2011
Heritage Feed & Supply
2812 Route 17K , Bullville, NY
(between Bullville Rd. & Route 302)
Let them know it's for "ERR in Pine Bush". They will either deliver or hold it for our next pick up.
You can also stop in or call in a store Gift Certificate.

The "Feathered & Furry Friends" Section
Some information is published, pictures will follow shortly!

Article 26 of the NYS Agriculture and Markets Law Relating to Cruelty To Animals
also includes Article 25b, Abandoned Animals
and 601 of the Vehicle and Traffic Law (leaving scene of accident involving an animal)

New York Liens for the Care of Horses

Retired racehorse Fortune Edna in training at
Hill Haven in preparation for her new home.
If you are in need of a trainer, contact us and we'll put you in touch with Noah.
photo taken June 20, 2004

We are continuously finding horses in need of our assistance, and we work hard to provide them with the care and sustenance they need.  The horses are desperately in need of Guardian Angels to sponsor them.  Won't you help a homeless horse and be a Guardian Angel?

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Help us raise funds by shopping at CountrySupply.com. You can choose from thousands of great horse supply items at the best prices and by entering the COUNTRY-CARE Code 'ERR' during checkout. When you do, Country Supply will donate 5% of your product's purchase price (excluding dewormers and shipping) to Equine Rescue Resource Inc.

ERR is a member of the
Nutrena Club Support Program
Nutrena customers please click here to learn how you can help!

Click here for JeffersEquine.com
Purchases made through this Jeffers link will help the ERR!  We will receive a small percentage of all paid orders, so please, if you order your equine supplies on line, order them through the ERR Jeffers Link found here!

Agway Customers
ERR is a member of the Agway Rewards Program.  
If you purchase Agway or Triple Crown Feeds, click here to learn how your purchases can also benefit the E.R.R. horses!

Free classifieds can be used to help get horses homes and supplies to those in need. List your available horses, tack, feed, hay, trucks, trailers, farms, foster space and fundraising items here.  

Visit some of the critters residing with us!

Visitors welcome by appointment.

Placing horses with therapeutic programs.

Harley in his new home!

Read the ASPCA Newsletter - 12/27/00                                     

Equine Rescue Resource Inc.
PO Box 17
Pine Bush, NY 12566
(845) 744-1728

We love visitors and appreciate volunteers, but all facilities are open by appointment only.
All of our animals are housed on private properties. Please be considerate of our friends, families and volunteers.
Give us a call, make an appointment and volunteer for the day!
Thank you for helping us help the horses.

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