Front Range Equine Rescue is a 501c3 non-profit working to end the abuse of horses through rescue and education. Since 1997, thousands of at-risk horses have benefited from rescue efforts with countless others being helped through education and advocacy work. The rescue program includes rehabilitation, training assessment and adoption. Front Range has provided horse owners with short-term aid with feed and vet care during tough economic times, fire evacuation assistance and national programs for discounted gelding services and humane euthanasia when needed. Programs to responsibly end horse slaughter, promote solutions to slaughter and a “Save the Wild Horses” campaign are national in scope and include rescue, education and legal actions.