Helping Horses Helping People

An Organization Dedicated to the Rescue of Horses and Enhancing the Lives of the People Who Come in Contact with Them.

Helping Horses Helping People

An Organization Dedicated to the Rescue of Horses


Saving the Lives of Horses In Need of Rescue and Sanctuary Across Ohio

Every day, poor horses in their prime are starved to death, abused, neglected, or sent to slaughter and sold for meat. With those alarming scenarios at the forefront of our minds, our crew at Angels Haven Horse Rescue unites to make a positive impact in the lives of horses and save them from suffering.

Our Mission

We aim to save as many unfortunate victims of the horse world as we humanly can. In some instances, we have to purchase the horses to remove them from harm’s way. To that end, we provide care for abused, abandoned, neglected, aged, and unwanted horses or those horses that can no longer be cared for by their owners for whatever reason. We accept them in any condition and do everything in our power to provide needed care and veterinary services.

Who We Are

Angels Haven Horse Rescue is a 100% volunteer-based horse rescue organization based in Grafton, Ohio. We provide assistance for individuals who know an abused horse. Our team works with other organizations in finding a good and loving home for the horse.

What We Do

At all times, we keep the identity of a person who reported an abuse anonymous. We will also never judge the owner because our energy is spent on helping every horse rather than dwelling on anger to cruelty. Our organization exists to make the lives of abused and neglected horses better and if we can change the life of an abused horse by educating the owner or rescuing the horse, our mission will be met.

Educating the Public

We want to be a hub of education in humane horse care, training methods, alternative therapies, as well as rehabilitation and rescue. The only way to stop the suffering is to teach people better ways of caring for horses. We aim to be a place for horses to become healthy and move on to have permanent loving homes.

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1 month ago

Angels Haven Horse Rescue
SHOW CONSTRUCTION UPDATE. Cedar Point bridge is closed. Valley Parkway isnt in use. Bagley or 252 enterance is open. The ring looks great and weather is beautiful. Starts at 9. See you there! ...
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We hope to see you on Sunday!Fun show time.... Join us on Sunday, September 19th at 9 a.m. for our last fun show tnis season. All are welcome. Text 440.781.5060 with inquiries. Thanks for your support! ...
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1 month ago

Polly LaRosa Strank
Awareness of the Premarin horror in the world of big Pharna and profits at any price. My pal Storm, at Angels Haven Horse Rescue, is a PMU foal and I am so glad she was saved from the slaughter trucks as a foal !We have very sad news. Our gorgeous and beloved Zoe has passed away. Zoe recently went to the hospital with an infected leg; she was healing well and the doctor was pleased with her progress. Yesterday morning, he called to tell us that her heart rate was elevated and she was dehydrated. He was working on giving her IV fluids and diagnostics when she lay down and quietly passed away. The doctor believes that the infection had gone into her bloodstream.Zoe's stunning beauty and enormous presence ensured that she was always in the spotlight, which she adored. She was charmingly stubborn and often demanded carrots and cookies from her admirers by stomping her hoof until they were delivered! Zoe was kind, full of life, and we will all miss her larger-than-life spirit.She came to #TheGentleBarn California 14 years ago with her twin brother Lazar. Starting at birth, they beat the odds over and over, surviving circumstances that many would not. Twin horses are extremely rare, often suffering from health complications, and they were delivered in sub-zero temperatures. Born into the Premarin industry, they were then taken from their mom while still nursing and sent to slaughter. Luckily, they were saved at the last minute, and their rescuers at Lifesavers Wild Horse Rescue asked us to give them sanctuary so that they could stay together for the rest of their lives.Premarin is a common drug prescribed to women in menopause, made from the urine of pregnant horses. The horses are impregnated, confined to tiny stalls, and made to wear urine-collection bags. When their babies are born, the mothers are impregnated again, and the babies most often end up in slaughterhouses. With increased awareness of the cruelty within the Premarin industry, profits were decreasing, so the industry put a stop to rescues. Zoe and Lazar were among the last Premarin horses to be saved from slaughter before the ban on rescues, and though they're gone, their story must not be forgotten.In memory of Zoe and Lazar, please help bring attention to the tremendous suffering behind the Premarin industry. There are so many alternatives that can balance our hormones and allow us to live in harmony with animals. ...
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How You Can Help

To raise awareness on the proper treatment of horses, we partner with various groups such as the following:

  • Positive Education Program
  • Girl and Boy Scouts
  • 4-H Clubs
  • Indian Guides and Princesses
  • Local Disaster Teams
  • Kiwanis International
  • Farm Bureaus
  • Horseman’s Councils
  • Youth Outdoors
  • Community Affiliations

We will be glad to teach and work with your group by providing your members with a better understanding of these fine animals. Please call us to set up an event for your organization.


Donate and Make a Difference

You may send donations to help our cause to:
Angels Haven Horse Rescue
13297 Durkee Road
Grafton, Ohio 44044