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Studio Benefit Results

Jul
12


Remember the studio grand opening with the Heart of Phoenix Equine Rescue benefit? The money raised that day provided the funds to support this rescue. (Some of the photos are difficult to look at, if you prefer a warning.)


Thank you for supporting horse rescue! You saved that horse!

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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on July 12, 2012  

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  1. 7-12
    8:45
    am

    Great work, Animal rescue organizations deserve al the help we can scrape together. Do you know rescue history of Patriot and Zip?

  2. 7-12
    8:48
    am

    Yes, I posted the link to it before, but I don’t have it offhand. They were found together with two other horses wandering loose, starving, in Ohio in September 2011 and rescued.

  3. 7-12
    10:35
    am

    I am so glad that poor girl was rescued!

  4. 7-12
    11:46
    am

    Aww…Poor Girl! Praise the Lord she has been rescued! Well done!

  5. 7-12
    5:01
    pm

    Unbelievable! Thank you for updating us. Very sad that this happens to any animal, but grateful for HOP and all the other rescue groups out there.

    I am so glad I was able to donate. I’m going to try to donate on a regular basis.

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