Thank You to Jen Wenzel of We Ride Sport and Trail Magazine for featuring Horse Protection Association of Florida in this months issue! please see page 28 for the story about Horse Protection Association of Florida
Shop, Save and Help HPAF
Save money at thousands of stores and help HPAF at the same time! Goodshop lists the best coupon codes at thousands of stores AND donates a percentage of what you spend back to help our horses. Here are examples of some deals you might find: 15% off at 1800 Flowers promo code and 7.5% of what you spend will come to us. Or $15 off using a Kohls coupon code to buy clothes or housewares and 2% comes back to us. This is all for free! They work with everyone from Amazon deals to Expedia promo code .It’s that easy!
PARELLI SAVVY VOLUNTEERS NEEDED TO PLAY WITH THE RESCUED HORSES!
Donating some of your time to play with the rescued horses at the HPAF farm will make a tremendous difference in their chances for finding homes. Please call Julie Osborne at the HPAF office 352-466-4366
The Horses Need Your Help
HPAF receives no state or federal funding and exists only through donations. Your generous donation makes it possible for HPAF to continue helping horses who are victims of neglect, starvation and abandonment
No donation is too small. Please help us help the horses. Click below to make a donation:
In inclement weather we sometimes lose our internet connection. It’s best if you call us. 352-466-4366
Updated pictures of Polo
|Polo came to our attention on Friday, July 22 when responding to a horse cruelty complaint. Read more...|
Volunteers needed at the Micanopy Farm.
Volunteers are needed to help with cleaning paddocks, stalls, buckets & the barns as well as feeding and grooming (7 days a week) from 8am to noon. Also needed is help with maintenance, fixing broken boards, weedeating, mowing and dragging the pastures. Help with electrical & plumbing projects is also needed from time to time Please call Julie at the office to schedule your first time to come out to the farm.352-466-4366
If you would like to provide feed or hay for the horses HPAF’s feed suppliers and the feed used per week are listed below:
Purina Senior 20 bags, Purina Free Balance 12:12 mineral 2 bags from Chiefland Farm Supply 352-493-4294
Stampede Timothy and Alfalfa cubes 30 bags & Equi-Jewel Rice Bran pellets 3 bags, Ocala Breeders Feed & Supply 352-629-8686
20 bales of Peanut Hay & coastal round bales from Tiz Whiz 352-591-2266
Orchard & alfalfa hay, both regular and pasture bales, from Larsen Farms 352-732-4445
Coastal Hay & Redmond Salt Rocks from United Hay Sales 352-351-8861
Redmond Salt 25 lb. bags from Green & Growing 352-624-3131
Please help us find Rosie!
Rosie Missing 23 year old miniature pony mare http://www.netposse.com/view_report.asp?reportid=613
Rosie was adopted out under a contract stating that she could not be given away, loaned, traded or sold and only returned to HPAF but her adopter gave her away. She went through four different homes in a short time in the summer of 2009. She was then sold at auction and purchased by Jack Darling. She was then purchased from Jack Darling in the fall of 2009 by a broker who spoke Spanish. This broker may have sold Rosie in Florida or Puerto Rico. Rosie may have been with another miniature mare named Donna who is liver chestnut with a flaxen mane and tail. Please contact HPAF if you have any leads on Rosie. $1000 reward for her recovery.
Our Mission Statement
To provide equine rescue, rehabilitation, education and adoption services within the state of Florida. To provide assistance to law enforcement and animal agencies with cruelty investigations and the care and placement of horses. To promote and teach horse care and humane, natural methods of training for horses.
HPAF is a 501(c)(3) Non-Profit Organization.
Donations are tax-deductible.
Click here to view our IRS determination letter.
“A COPY OF THE OFFICIAL REGISTRATION AND FINANCIAL INFORMATION MAY BE OBTAINED FROM THE DIVISION OF CONSUMER SERVICES BY CALLING TOLL-FREE 1-800-435-7352 WITHIN THE STATE. REGISTRATION DOES NOT IMPLY ENDORSEMENT, APPROVAL, OR RECOMMENDATION BY THE STATE.”
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