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Don’t Miss the Spring Open House May 18-19, 2013

The Equine Rescue League marks a milestone this year – 23 years of service to equines in need and the local community. This year’s Spring Open House will be a reflection of all the Equine Rescue League has accomplished as well as a celebration of the horses, ponies, donkeys and mules who have come through the farm shelter. Many magnificent creatures have passed through the League’s facility. They have been physically and emotionally healed and have gone on to wonderful careers and loving homes.

The Open House provides an opportunity not only to learn about the League’s rescue, rehabilitation and adoption programs, but to also meet a variety of breeds and horses of all ages that are available for adoption. Each has their own moving and inspiring story of triumph. Anyone with an interest in horses is welcome to the Open House. Whether looking for a new equine addition to the family or not, all are invited to spend time with the horses, enjoy the beautiful Loudoun County countryside and participate in a weekend of fun and activities.

Activities for the 23rd Anniversary Spring Open House include a Parade of Horses, Games, Pennies for Ponies, Demonstrations, Used Tack sale, Yard Sale, Bake Sale and Raffles. Funds raised are used to feed resident horses and provide each with necessary veterinary, farrier and dental care.

The Spring event will be held Saturday and Sunday, May 18th & 19th, 2013 from 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM at Promise Kept Farm in Lovettsville, VA. Admission and parking are free. To ensure a safe and fun weekend for all, the League asks that visitors not bring their pets to the farm shelter. For more information, please call 540-822-4577 or e-mail the League at bubbasays2@aol.com. The Equine Rescue League also maintains a website at www.equinerescueleague.org.

The Equine Rescue League is a non-profit organization that was established in 1990 to rescue and rehabilitate abused horses, ponies, donkeys and mules, provide educational services regarding equines to the local community and provide shelter, rehabilitation and adoption services for those animals in need.