Brennan Equine Welfare Fund Announces 2014 Grant Recipients

Fifteen equine rescue/rehabilitation/retraining and placement facilities across the United States have been awarded. One pledge has also been made.
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Brennan Equine Welfare Fund is pleased to announce its 2014 grant recipients. Fifteen equine rescue/rehabilitation/retraining and placement facilities across the United States have been awarded, and one pledge has also been made.  

Some of the Thoroughbred-focused recipients include The Exceller Fund, Equine Encore Foundation, Friends of Ferdinand, ReRun, Glen Ellen Vocational Academy, and CANTER Kentucky.

Non breed-specific organizations granted include Kentucky Equine Humane Center, Brook Hill Farm, Mitchell Farm, Colorado Horse Rescue, Days End Farm Horse Rescue, and Bright Futures Farm.

Standardbred Retirement Foundation was also awarded a grant and Ryerss Farm for Aged Equines was issued a pledge for a future project

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