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~~ANOTHER CHANCE ~~ ~~EQUINE RESCUE~~

~GUIDELINES~

~ABOUT US~
~GUIDELINES~
~ IN LOVING MEMORY ~
~HORSE TRANSPORT~
~THANK YOU~
~HAPPY SNAPS~
~PHOTOS~
~THE HORSE WHISPERER~
~SOME OF OUR PAST RESCUES~
~SUCCESS STORIES~
~INFORMATION ON HORSES AVAILABLE~
~HORSES IN REHAB~
~ RESCUES AVAILABLE FOR SALE~~
~RIDEAGLE HORSES~
~HORSES FOR ADOPTION~
~HORSES RECENTLY RE-HOMED~

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~~Adoption Guidelines~~

"ANOTHER CHANCE EQUINE RESCUE" reserves the right to adopt out horses at its own discretion based on its evaluation of what is in the best interests of the horse.  Adoption is not a bid process or a first-come, first-served process.  "Another Chance Equine Rescue" reserves the right to decline an adoption application for any reason, at its own discretion.


...We have some basic, minimum requirements for our adoption homes... 

"SHELTER" - Safe and sturdy shelter, adequate in size for the number of horses to be maintained. The shelter doesn't need to be an enclosed stable, but it should be sturdy, capable of withstanding heavy  wind , and should have adequate footing.

"FENCING" - Safe and sturdy fencing must be in place. Staking out at any time is discouraged and it is not allowed as a permanent form of containment. Fencing may include most commercial materials, including electric fencing.

"WATER" - fresh, clean, potable,  water must be available to the horse at all times, as necessary to keep the animal healthy.

"FEED" - Clean, wholesome, nutritious hay, of a type as recommended at the time of adoption, must be provided to the horse, in a quantity sufficient to keep the animal healthy . Also, if recommended at the time of adoption, clean, wholesome and appropriate portions of a concentrate or grain must be provided to the horse, in keeping with the age, breed, size, condition, and work load of the animal and as necessary to keep the animal healthy .  Later changes in the feeding program may be made as appropriate, but may not compromise the health and welfare of the horse.

"FINANCIAL RESPONSIBLITY" - Adoption homes must be able to afford the cost of responsible and humane horse care.  In addition to the aforementioned items, typical responsibilities include veterinary care, shoeing and trimming, supplies, and equipment.

"A GOOD MATCH" - The temperament, athletic ability or limitations, age, size, nutritional requirements, veterinary and farrier requirements, and other characteristics of the horse must be a good match for the adoption family.

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 "APPLICATION FOR ADOPTION "
  ...If you are interested in purchasing one of our horses, e mail us or give us call and we'll send you an application form. And we are more than happy to  answer all your questions.  "ACER" reserves the right to adopt all horses at our own discretion, not based on money, but on our best effort to find the most appropriate home for each horse. Nothing is written in stone, meaning that we are open to slight changes. Our only goal is to find the best home for the horses that pass through our gates. If you can provide that home, we'll work with you.
...Thank You...

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anotherchance10@hotmail.com

PICK UP AND DELIVERY OF HORSES: WEEKDAYS 10am - 3pm BY APPOINTMENT

VISITING HOURS: WEEKDAYS AND SATURDAYS BY APPOINTMENT

~Phone: 07 5463 8350 anytime~

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