STAT Sanctuary

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When 23 starving horses were abandoned at the ranch and their only other option was euthanasia, ZAP...I became a horse rescue!

This is a place where horses who have outlived their usefulness for riding are now serving as therapy and companion animals instead. With many disabled and aging animals at the Sanctuary we have a particular appeal to the Special needs community, veterans and senior citizens.

We have been honored to receive many awards for our work but it's not because we rescue old horses. It's because we share this unique facility with the community. Mommy & Me groups, senior center trips, students can earn their community service hours, we offer Boy & Girl Scout
badge programs, we have granted wishes for Wishes for Children, Hospice, cancer survivors, people dealing with loss andeven Moms with teenagers have all experienced this peaceful setting of quiet healing.

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Ride for a Cause, 2017, Sponsored by Temecula Valley Civitan.
A blind child experiencing a donkey for the first time at STAT.  Jack is old and gentle, he was born with a club foot..
She didn't want to ride just to hang out! on Sophie at STAT.
Special needs girlscout troop learning how to groom  the horses at STAT.
The BOT's (Basic Occupation Training crew) help us keep the stalls clean.
Our clients get such joy from being around thegentle old  horses at STAT.
Austistic children demonstrating how to feed a carrot before going out to visit the horses at STAT.

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Pattie Roberts

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The City of Menifee is located in southwestern Riverside County approximately 30 miles southeast of the City of Riverside, California. The city encompasses approximately 50 square miles with an overall population of 90,000.

 

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