Pregnant Mare Rescue

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Basic Information

Address: 668 Larkin Valley rd. Watsonville, CA
Phone Number: 4085408568
Director: Lynn Hummer

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Additional Information

Causes Served: horses, children
Clearances Required: No
Background Check: No
Population Served: all
Ages for Volunteer: all , minors with adult supervision
Hours of Service: 6am -dark
Minimum Hours Required: no minimum
Days of Service: 7 days per week
Mission Statement:

The Pregnant Mare Rescue Foundation is specifically devoted to rescuing pregnant mares and orphaned foals from imminent slaughter. We are an equine sanctuary committed to rehabilitating abused horses, to advocating humane treatment and to providing a safe haven for equines too damaged to re-home.

Philosophy/Belief Statement:

Jane Goodall learned everything she knew about animal behavior from her childhood pet. Her dog, Rusty, taught Miss Goodall that an animal has a mind, a personality and feelings. To her core, she believed in the connection between human and animal and it became her life’s work.
Pregnant Mare Rescue Foundation agrees with Ms. Goodall’s philosophy 100%.


Anna Twinney ~ Feb. 2016 3 day Workshop. International Equine Specialist, Natural Horsemanship Clinician, Animal Communicator and Energy Healer, Anna Twinney, this hands-on approach will allow you to gain insight and understanding into the mind of the horse, learn how to leave the one way conversation behind, and build a true connection and trust-based partnership with your horse.
BBQ with the Babies annual grand fundraiser Live Music, vendors, raffles, PMR store shopping, BBQ dinner and the mares and their foals present for visiting. June 2016
"The Wonder of Horses" 1 hour class (5 people max) learn beginner basics of horse handling, care and understanding of equine behavior. Class offered one Saturday per month May thru Oct. (No fee, free will donations appreciated)
"Pennies for PMR" This project is crafted for preschoolers and kindergarters. By collecting family pennies in their handcrafted container, children bring their donation to ranch, choose the horse to benefit from their work and learn the value of volunteering, and making a difference.