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    There is no such thing as an ugly horse, only ugly attitudes!
First Best Friend Ranch works in conjunction with the University of Colorado equine medical research and education facilities to offer the best care possible to horses undergoing rehabilitation.


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Sunshine was born with her front legs turned outward. Without surgery, she would have been permanently crippled. Sunshine was rehabilitated by First Best Friend Ranch.

Now, three and a half years later, she is a healthy four-year-old with both legs straight and no sign of lameness. Proceeds of First Best Friend Ranch assist in the rehabilitation of abused, neglected and abandoned horses like Sunshine.
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SUMMER OF 2003 : OTTO AND HENRY SUPPORT PLAYPIE AS SHE IS STANDING GOOD !!!


INCREDIBLE LOVE and SUPPORT FOR ONE ANOTHER and a WONDERFUL EXAMPLE FOR ALL.

We work with and support in full cooperation with all federal, state, city, private agencies, or citizens who have the primary goal to preserve, protect and defend all abused, neglected and abandoned animals (horses.) Donations for this work are accepted on location. Adoptions are also accepted on location. All potential adoptions are subject to a thorough screening process. Minimal adoption fee or donation. Our spiritual tradition is to be fully self-supporting through our own services!!!

Not ready to adopt? Pick a horse and be a sponsor! $100.00 covers feed and care, $200.00 covers feed, care, and medical costs. Receive monthly reports and photos of progress (physical, mental, emotional and overall well-being of sponsored horse.) A great way to help!

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Our special thanks and gratitude to ALL of those on and off this list who have contributed greatly to the God given lives of these innocent horses that have fallen prey and victim to dishonorable human beings.
''GOD BLESS AND KEEP YOU AND YOURS''

A Special Thank's to Geoff  and Valerie L. Young ( HORSE CONNECTION ) Castle Rock  CO
 
Joan Rose McNamara, Conifer, CO; Linda Yerbick, Conifer, CO; Husler Magazine and Staff, Pine Jct. CO; Dr. Steve Long, Golden, CO; Colorado State University Equine Teaching Hospital; Lark and Drew McCoy, CO; Bill and Michell Fountain, Conifer, CO; Intermountain Humane Society, Conifer, CO; Lone Rock Vet, Pine, CO; Kevin and Mary Dennison, Pine Jct., CO; Jennifer Walker, Conifer, CO; Amanda, Kenny, Virginia A. Valenti-Babcock, Global Propane, Bailey CO; Elk Run Pony Club, Conifer, CO; Jennifer Hack Bailey, CO; Kessie Buckannon, Boulder, CO; Judy Parker, Parker, CO; Dee Overholt, Pine Jct CO; Ann Breckenridge, Conifer, CO; Kevin and Debbie Bredison, J.C. and Dianne Johnson of Conifer, CO; Christy Cotton, Conifer, CO; the Askews Family, Evergreen, CO; Golden Animal Hospital - Dana, Jeff, Gary, Pollaro, Jamie, Amy and the secretarial staff. Debbie Fara and Dave, Denver, CO; Cheryl and Jean, Conifer, CO; Bob and Elaine Burr, Conifer, CO; The Doucetts Family, Littleton, CO.

We will never forget the hundreds of people that have bought hay, breedings, transports and all other services, a portion of the proceeds of which help the horses in need and continues the work.