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Another magical Mane Event at the Ranch is on the horizon!

Colorado Horse Rescue (CHR) is saddling up to host its annual fundraising gala and benefit dinner on Saturday, September 23rd from 5pm-9pm. Mane Event at the Ranch takes place at the beautiful CHR property in Longmont, offering guests a premiere opportunity to mingle with other equine enthusiasts who are passionate about providing a safety net for horses in need. CHR warmly invites the local horse community to celebrate the growing impact being made for the horses in our midst. 

Guests will enjoy exclusive horse experiences, live music, a delicious dinner catered by the nationally renowned Blackbelly Market, an open bar featuring 14 Hands wine, a chance to win a stay at the luxury, all-inclusive C Lazy U Ranch, and the donor-favorite paddle raise. All proceeds from the evening provide vital support for the herd, present and future, and enable the creation of safe solutions for at-risk horses, in Colorado and beyond.  

Tickets can be purchased at chr.org. For more information or if you have questions, please contact Terri Goon at tgoon@chr.org.


“To rescue takes passion. To imagine a better world takes courage. Every day, we choose to keep our eyes, minds and gates open to what’s possible for the betterment of horses everywhere. Because, simply said, the status quo is no longer an option. At Colorado Horse Rescue, and we believe that it’s up to us — all of us — to create new traditions in the best interest of horses, humans, and the partnerships we share.”

CHR is an industry leading 501(c)(3) impact organization. As an ASPCA Right Horse partner, EQUUS Foundation Mentor, and a recipient of the Candid Platinum Transparency seal, CHR is changing the paradigm of horse rescues. With an emphasis on rehabilitation and rehoming, every horse that enters CHR’s gates is given a second chance to find a safe solution that’s right for them. CHR boasts a comprehensive matchmaking process which helps both riding and nonriding horses get placed into new, loving homes. Through their educational clinics, CHR is working to change the perception of horses as tools and nurture the relationships that horses and humans share. To read more about CHR’s impact, read the 2022 Impact Report on their website.

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