hicaliber horse rescue

HiCaliber Horse Rescue is a 501c3 nonprofit organization dedicated to the rescue, rehabilitation and responsible placement of horses. We are committed to community and owner support through education, affordable training resources and shelter partnership in Riverside and San Diego Counties.










Kasatka "Kat"

Looking for an English jaw dropper?

Kat was slaughter-bound and rescued from a Kill Buyer's feedlot in Fallon, Nevada Summer 2013.

She is a gorgeous 15.2, 5 year old bay TB mare with incredible movement.

She is the sweetest girl, always happy to see you, very in your pocket type personality! You can't help but fall in love with Kat.

If you are looking for a sweet horse to help put you in the ribbons at shows, then Kat could be your girl! Learn more about Kat and our other available horses.

The Fallen

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In addition to our two auction saves, HiCaliber Horse Rescue has been busy assisting the critical equine residents of Fallen Horses Rescue. As you have probably seen in the news, the founder of Fallen Horses has ceased to care for the horses entrusted to the organization, many of which are former racehorses. HiCaliber has promised, time and time again, that if people will seek help, we will not crucify them. Fallen Horse's Board of Directors has been very supportive of our efforts to bring immediate assistance to the horses in greatest need.

There will be more to tell of this story in the days and weeks that come, but we are helping. Thank God, they are letting us help. The horses sure need us.

If you want to help our biggest needs are hay and panels! Check out our donate page for more information on how to help. 



Fighting Abuse!

HiCaliber Horse Rescue will not turn a blind eye to the abuse or neglect of horses, whether being conducted by individuals or other rescue organizations. When neglect is identified, HiCaliber will do our best to work with owners for a positive outcome for all parties. If help is refused, then we are prepared to fight and to be the voice for innocent animals who have no voice of their own.