HiCaliber Horse Rescue is a 501c3 nonprofit organization dedicated to the rescue, rehabilitation and responsible placement of horses. We are committed to our community and show this through our unique owner support programs which include education and affordable training resources, as well as our shelter partnerships in Riverside and San Diego counties.
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Thank you to everyone who joined us in dedicating the Price Family Arena and new training center, generously funded in part by a $10,000 ASPCA Matching Expansion Grant! To learn more about this project and see photos, click here.
If you're looking for it.... chances are pretty good we have it! Whether you are looking for a horse for gymkhana or vaulting, a family pony, a husband-safe trail horse, a hunter-junter, project horse, weanling, yearling, former race horse, therapy horse, mule or donkey, there's a good chance we have it at HiCaliber! And if we don't? Really good chance we will soon! HiCaliber is getting new rescues in every single week and the horses we are getting from auction are pretty fantastic!
All HiCaliber rescues are vetted on intake, undergo a 30-day quarantine, are evaluated and test-ridden when appropriate. While some horses are ready for adoption immediately, many of our horses undergo at least 30-60 days of training with HiCaliber's team or head off-site to one of the amazing, professional trainers we work with. New to the world of rescue? Worried about jumping in and making a commitment? Almost all of our horses come with a 60-day trial where you can return the horse with a full refund, no questions asked. To meet our rescues available for adoption, please visit theFor Adoption page.
On February 14, 2015, HiCaliber began the largest rescue operation in our history when we set out to save “The Fallen Herd” – 35 starved, broken horses, most of them former racehorses.
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.