Saturday, June 24, 2017

Rescue Mares and Foals Arrive at White Rock Ranch

Mares and foals (all colts) came to White Rock Ranch to be raised to find a family for them.  The mares are now getting friendlier and the foals are in your face.  WRR is now starting to halter train them so a successful adoption can occur when they are weaned  and gelded.  Keep the babies in mind to a training and relationship with horses.

Friday, June 23, 2017

Pigs Need Loving Home

If you can adopt or know someone that is looking for a lovely big pig, please have them contact White Rock Ranch Horse Rescue at 951-532-2417.  WRR will be keeping the pigs which Carol  requested but it would be a great help if you can adopt one or more.
Thank you, Isabel

Thursday, June 22, 2017

New - Tours of White Rock Ranch by Cart

White Rock Horse Rescue has made their first purchase of an 8-Seater Golf Cart for Tour at White Rock Horse Ranch.  Since 12.5 acres is the Ranch and the temperatures are cold and hot, individuals can donate to the Ranch and see every horse in style and safety.  The purpose of the  8-Seater Cart is so everyone can meet and greet each horse and their story in safety.  Please come to White Rock Horse Rescue for their first mnth of tours in July 2017.

Wednesday, June 21, 2017

A Special Thank U from WRR 4 WhoaDown Support

Lito and Lori - Donation of Kareoke
Val Hopkins and Geri ( the mom) DJ for the event and volunteer
Jan Sawyer - Volunteer
Cookie - Volunteer
Jaelynn Watson - Volunteer
Steve - $1000 donation
Troy - Volunteer
BJ - Volunteer
Linda and Cindy - Volunteer and Food Support
Kim Allen - $200 donation
Cush Cornor Alpaca - 14 Cowboy Hats and 200 Puppets
Firehouse Subs - 20 Free Subs and 68 Free Chips and Drink Cards
Steak & Shake - 6 Free Combos with Drink
C&J Feed - Hay donation
Food 4 Less - 5 cases of water
Stater Bros. - $25.00 Gift Certificate
$5.00 Pizza - 5 Large Pizzas
Big Morongo Feed - $25.00 Gift Card and Stick Horse and a Star Wall Plaque
Deborah - All her time and effort with the rescue horses and their sponsors and Embroidered Baseball                  hat and a Volunteer
Caren and Kianna, Volunteers with a smile

Arabian Rescue From WRR, Layla, and owner Marie

Marie sent:
I have actually written her on the trail while bringing my other horse with her for company. She is horribly out of shape and lacking confidence what is so sweet and tries very hard. I love her a lot. My older mare has gotten a second wind and even in this heat seems to be doing quite well ... so I have postponed her death date LOL. happily.

I am still interested in putting on an endurance ride out there and have talked to Fran about it but she has never really gotten back to me about it. I am thinking that we might start planning that now perhaps for the fall of this year or spring of next year. Perhaps you could talk to her and see if she still interested?
I am so happy to have met you and how you keep your horses gives me hope. Sending you big hugs and lots of love

Tuesday, June 20, 2017

Breezy, a Rescue, has a Friend for Life

Breezy was adopted from White Rock years ago.  His family and owner has kept WRR in the loop since he was adopted.  Please enjoy Breezy's life through this email.

They filmed part of the new Magnificent Seven here in Louisiana and we got to ride through the set!  It's on private property and bunch of us rode out and had lunch on the porch of the "saloon".  That's Breezy second from the right - the gorgeous one :)   The girls in the picture are my riding buddies that I was so lucky to have met.

Breezy has heaves which is more common out here.  So far, we are able to keep him healthy pretty easily but it supposedly gets worse each year.  It hasn't slowed him down yet!

Monday, June 19, 2017

WhoaDown 4 Hay and Rodeo Success Thank You

May 20, 2017 White Rock Horse Rescue had their annual WhoaDown for Hay and Rescue Horses and their Sponsors in a performance created by Debroah.  Please watch this video and see the happiest of these horses and sponsors.  Thank you everyone for coming and supporting WRR.

In Memory of Carol Davison 1947-2017

Carol and her little boy Applejack which she raised from a baby.
Carol Davison, our Villa Administrator, lost her long battle with Cancer on Sunday, June 11, 2017. She has been an important part of WRR since 2008.


Carol's sister Kathy, and her nephew Mark, were with her in her final days. Isabel, Jan, and Michele were at her side when she passed and a peacefulness came over her. No more pain.
Carol dedicated her body to science which was her long term wish.
All her dogs and horses have been placed at loving homes, but the 4 pigs are still in need of homes.
Carol requested in lieu of flowers, donations be made to White Rock Horse Rescue. Carol will be remembered as a beloved friend to all. She will be greatly missed.
Love and Sincerely,

Saturday, June 3, 2017

Carol Davison, White Rock Horse Retirement Villa Update

Update:  Carol has developed complications and is very ill.  Unfortunately, the Doctor's diagnosis is she only has a short time but is resting comfortably at home with her Sister and Friends.  

Carol Davison, White Rock Horse Retirement Villa Administrator, unfortunately has been suffering from Colon Cancer Stage 4, for the last year.  Carol is now on Hospice and is resting comfortably at her home.  The decision was hard for her and everyone who loves her.  The Villa is now in need of pellets and hay for the 10 retirement horses that are now being cared for by volunteers to help Carol not to worry and be in peace.  Please call C&J at 760-364-4500 to donate in Carol's name for her horses that she has loved for the last 9 years. C&J will deliver all donations to Carol's home.  Most of All,  Pray for Carol in this time of need. 

Carol and Applejack she raised from a baby.

Thank you for all your support during this time of need and the devastating illness that has touched so maney people.

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