Welcome to Equine Voices Rescue & Sanctuary

Equine Voices Rescue & Sanctuary is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization dedicated to saving Premarin (PMU) mares and foals from neglect, abuse and slaughter. Equine Voices Rescue & Sanctuary is a voice for all horses and other equines who cannot speak for themselves, and works to end their senseless abuse, suffering and slaughter. Through education and building community awareness, we are confident we can enlighten the public about the horrors of the Premarin and horse slaughter industries, and be a catalyst for change so these noble creatures are able to live their lives free of abuse, pain and suffering.

TAX ID # 74-3127794

Gulliver, mascot and symbol of rescue would like to share his story!

Recent Videos

Equine Voices invites you to our 3rd annual Spring Festival to celebrate ASPCA’s Help A Horse DayASPCA logo image

Saturday, April 23, 2016 from 11:00 – 4:00pm
1624 W. Dove Way Amado, AZ

2016 Spring Festival FlyerClick here to view a larger version of the event flyer

Click Here to Volunteer to Help at the Festival

The “Naco Nineteen” Rescued from Auction

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Equine Voices along with several other rescue groups and private donors banded together to save thirteen of the nineteen donkeys that were auctioned off on Thursday February 25th at the Willcox Arizona sale barn. With the help of Tracy Williams who attended the auction while we were bidding online, we were able to secure these wonderful domestic donkeys. Care for the Horses mobilized volunteers and three trailers and delivered them to Equine Voices on Friday, February 26. During transport, one went down in the trailer, but thankfully rose to the occasion upon arrival. All thirteen are doing well, and once gelded will be available for adoption through Equine Voices and Equine Wellbeing. Thank you to all the wonderful volunteers that stepped up to assist in this large rescue, and a special thank you to Care for the Horses, Arkwatch Foundation, Tracy Williams, Equine Wellbeing and those anonymous donors who helped us help them!
With Gratitude,

To read the article in Will Cox Range News – Click Here

*If you would like to sponsor one of these donkeys or donate to their feed and/or veterinary bill, please click the donate button here.


Help the Horses

You can help a PMU mare and foal!

We are a 501 (c) 3 non-profit organization. Your donations are tax deductible.

Adopt a Horse
Sponsor a Horse
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$10/month Gulliver’s Fan Club Help us feed Gulliver!
$25/monthBuys pelletsfor our older guys
$35/monthBuys a hoof trim
$50/monthSponsor a horse
$75/monthSponsor a mare & foal

For the horses, thank you for your support!
We are a 501(c)3 Tax-Exempt Organization ** All of your donations are tax-deductible!**
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Equine Voices Newsflash

Read the latest news updates:

Amado festival supports equine-rescue nonprofit

Equine Voices devastated by burglary

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“Something happens—often magical but never mundane—when we step into the presence of a horse. For centuries horses have stirred our passion and captured our imagination. We love them for their power, grace, and beauty. They in turn, look to us, not to dominate them, but to be a leader.”Kendall Summerhawk

Thank you to Direct Pay Solutions and Kendall Summerhawk for choosing Equine Voices as your charity of choice. Please join Kendall in her quest to raise $10,000 for Equine Voices. Click on the link below to learn more.

For more information about Kendall Summerhawk, please click here

Natural Horse Magazine
The Cost of Greed: The PremarinIndustry
June 1, 2015

Twelve Burros Rounded Up and
Saved by Equine Voices

Burros rescued
January 30, 2015
Green Valley News & Sun and The Sahuarita Sun
Rescue group helps save horses, history
October 8, 2014
Huffington Post
Equine Voices: A Safe Haven for Abused, Neglected and Abandoned Horses
August 14, 2014
Orphaned Foals Rescued
KVOA video of Equine Voices’ Rescue of Navajo Foals
November 11, 2013

Horse Sanctuary
by Allison Milionis
Video Trailer
Press Release
Equine Voices is one of the featured sanctuaries in this very exciting book!
March 26, 2013
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Natural Horse Magazine
Sanctuary & Loving Care
November 2012
Trail Blazer Magazine
Noticing the Unnoticed
June 2012
Pages 74-77
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Equine Voices Featured on NBC Nightly News with Brian Williams
At Arizona ranch, abused horses rescued
and Giving broken horses the gift of a second chance
Equine Voices Rescue & Sanctuary Awarded The Shining World Compassion Award By Supreme Master Ching Hai

On December 21, 2011 Equine Voice’s President and Founder Karen Pomroy accepted “The Shining World Compassion Award” for Equine Voices Rescue & Sanctuary from Supreme Master Ching Hai’s representative Victoria White. Click here to see a clip from the news report from Supreme Master Ching Hai.
Do you love Gulliver and would like to support the horses at Equine Voices Rescue & Sanctuary?
Join Gulliver’s Fan Club!

For only $10/month you can make a big difference! You will receive a unique sticker, a VIP ranch tour, and a personal meeting with Gulliver. Become a member today by clicking on the button below!


Sponsoring a horse is a wonderful way to help if you have limited time, space or finances and can’t commit to a lifetime of horse care. With the sponsorship, you will receive a beautiful picture of the horse you’ve chosen and their story. For an annual sponsorship you will also receive a beautiful Cowboys Collectible horse hair key chain. Colors and styles may vary based on availability. This is a rewarding way to be involved with our rescue efforts and to help the horses. It can also be a unique gift for a friend or relative.
Click here to sponsor.
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