"Together We Make A Difference"
We are volunteers that believe that every equine deserves a home. A home where they receive consistent care, including fresh water, nutritious and ample food source(s), and access to a three-sided wind shelter. Each equine deserves adequate exercise and companionship with other equines or pasture-mates. No horse should be deficient of medical and farrier care to address short-term or long-term goals or concerns. Every horse deserves a chance for a fresh start with time to heal, trust, and learn. Each HNR horse comes with a story and each HNR horse needs you to be a part of their new chapter on life.
**Volunteer **Adopt **Be the Difference!
Monthly Horse North Rescue Meetings
Horse North Rescue meets monthly and invites all of its volunteers and the public to meet with the HNR board members and learn about upcoming events, updates on the horses, and ways in which we need your help! Please join us at our monthly meetings that are held at the First Christian Church (Disciples of Christ), 3686 S. Airport Road W., Traverse City, Michigan located across from Sam's Club and next to Best Buy.
Next Meeting Date:
Tuesday, March 5, 2019 from 6:30-8pm
(note the January meeting is canceled as it falls on New Year's Day)
New Volunteer Orientations are available the first Tuesday of every month at 4pm at our rescue site. Please reserve your spot and get directions by calling 231-645-4674.
January 2019: Thank you to the Reitz Family Foundation for a $5000 grant for Bowen Therapy & Trauma adminstered by Dianna Walker
December 2018: Thank you to The Grand Traverse Band of Ottawa and Chippewa Indians for their $5000 grant for funds to support Veterinary & Farrier care as well as hay purchases for the HNR horses. Thank you Elmira township (Benzie County) for administering the funds to HNR
Horse North Rescue is Guidestar GOLD accredited.
See this link for more information
Are you considering adopting an HNR horse?
Do you have the following?
- Companion animal(s) on premises – horses, ponies, minis, mules or donkeys
- One plus acre of pasture per equine, mixture of grassy and dry-lot areas preferred
- Safe fencing – non-climbing, no barb wire, and t-posts must be capped
- Minimum of a three-sided safe shelter large enough to house all the animals in that pasture
- Fresh water tank(s) and a tank heater for the cold months accessible at all times
- A mineral/salt block accessible at all times
- Adequate dry hay storage
- Ability to grain horses daily if they start to drop weight