Far View Horse Rescue is a 501(c)(3) non-profit Breckenridge/Fairplay organization. The main ranch is located on 40 beautiful acres near Fairplay, Colorado and offers individual rehabilitation pens as well as cross fenced pastures with shelters and a stream. Some horses are located at the Breckenridge Equestrian Center in the summer months.
Our Vision: Finding our rescued horses successful partnerships with new owners, through caring youth and adult volunteers plus horsemanship education.
Mission: We are a 501 (c)3 non-profit organization dedicated to providing shelter, care, rehabilitation, and adoption services for abused, neglected, abandoned and unwanted horses. FVHR is committed to reducing the number of unwanted horses by providing community resources through equine education, information and referral services.
FVHR is able to accomplish their goals with many youth and adult volunteers. The youth programs allow kids to learn more about caring for horses, responsibility and create bonding relationships with these incredible horses.
Justin Dunn Showcasing Training Techniques & Paulo Progress
by Gena Osborn on 01/11/17
The famous Justin Dunn horse trainer will be providing a free workshop on Sunday, Jan 15th from 11:00 - Noon at the Far View Horse Rescue. Justin of Justin Dunn Mustang Horsemanship is training Paulo a mustang from the Far View Horse Rescue for the Equine Comeback Challenge in conjunction with a Home For Every Horse Organization. On Sunday, Justin will showcase the progress he has made training Paulo and will share his knowledge and techniques with the group. For more information or to RSVP, please call 970-376-2103 or visit www.FarViewHorseRescue.com. Please dress warm and bring a chair to watch. If you are unable to attend on Sunday, Justin will be sharing this as a "live" event on his training page: Justin Dunn Mustang Horsemanship.
Currently accepting applications for prospective board members for 2018. FVHR is entirely run by local volunteer and operates in Summit & Park County year-round. Besides rescuing and rehabilitating equine the non-profit organization hosts clinics and camps for adults and children. Contact Kimberly at 970-376-2103