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Rescued Crooked River Ranch horses get new homes

10/13/2013 – It’s been four months since the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office seized four starving horses from a property in Crooked River Ranch — and now, a happy ending…see the story on

Donated Hay!

WaHOOO! Now this is the kind of call we like to get! Today we got a call from a Terrebonne resident with 2 and a half tons of quality hay on his flatbed ready to donate! And before we could even send this note, he had shown up with his precious cargo. Two tons of …

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CRR Residents Help Rescued Horses

By Kay Limbaugh, CRR Liaison to Mustangs to the Rescue

Crooked River Ranch residents have joined forces to support Mustangs to the Rescue (MTTR), a non-profit organization headquartered at Sky Hawk Ranch in Terrebonne. At a meeting June 30, eleven CRR residents, met with Kate Beardsley and Sandy Mayernik, two board members of MTTR. Since …

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Air Scenting Equines

By Richard Cockle / The Oregonian  Published: June 22. 2013 4:00AM PST

TERREBONNE — An Appaloosa gelding named Joker took 2 minutes and 20 seconds earlier this month to find a carefully hidden volunteer in a 13-acre, semi-wooded field near Terrebonne.

Jefferson County Sheriff Jim Adkins watched, astonished, as Joker …

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Rescued CRR horse gives birth to colt

By Kandra Kent

CROOKED RIVER RANCH, Ore. – A colt was born at a Terrebonne horse-rescue operation early Thursday morning, just hours after its mother was seized from what authorities call a neglectful owner.

The mare was one of four horses taken into custody by Mustangs to the Rescue, an equine shelter.

“He appears very healthy. …

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