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The Horse Shelter
Rescuing Abused, Abandoned & Neglected Horses throughout New Mexico

Contacts

821 W. San Mateo Rd. Unit A
Santa Fe, NM 87505

info@thehorseshelter.com

(505) 471-6179

(505) 214-5932 Fax

2022 Annual Auction Luncheon & Fundraiser

This is such a fun event that takes place at our ranch in a 7,000 square foot, carpeted tent. Lunch will be catered by Restaurant Martin and The Ranch House and there will be a large silent auction and live auction (with every popular auctioneer Mackenzie Allen) , as well as music by Cowboy Artist Roark Griffin. 

LOCATION: The Horse Shelter
ADDRESS:
100 Old Cash Ranch Road, Cerrillos, New Mexico

Driving Directions Link: Google Maps to The Horse Shelter

THS Directions from Santa Fe

Take Rt. 14 south toward Cerrillos. Pass prison on right. The next landmark is the Lone Butte General Store & Gas Station. After Lone Butte go 4.5 miles and take a left onto County Road 55A, also known as General Goodwin Road. There will be signs along 55A to help direct you. About two miles in on 55A, the road will turn right and go under a train trestle and across a cement arroyo crossing. Stay on 55A a TOTAL of 3.9 miles. The road then splits. Take the road to the right. This is Old Cash Ranch Road or 55B. Proceed about one more mile and you will see the sign for The Horse Shelter directing you to the right. As you come through our gate turn left to the barn/paddock area. Continue slowly until you see the big green adobe hay barn to your left. Parking will be on your right.

THS Directions from Albuquerque

Take Interstate 25 north and exit at La Cienega. Turn right, then right again so that you are driving south on the Frontage Road. Stay on the Frontage Road for about ¾ of a mile and take a left on Bonanza Creek Road (Route 45). At 6.5 miles, you will come to the intersection with Route 14. Turn right. Go 4.5 miles and take a left onto Rt. 55A, also known as General Goodwin Road. There will be signs along 55A to help direct you. About two miles in on 55A, the road will turn right and go under a train trestle and across a cement arroyo crossing. Stay on 55A a TOTAL of 3.9 miles. The road then splits. Take the road to the right. This is Old Cash Ranch Road or 55B. Proceed about one more mile and you will see the sign for The Horse Shelter directing you to the right. As you come through our gate turn left to the barn/paddock area. Continue slowly until you see the big green adobe hay barn to your left. Parking will be on your right.

 

Together We Make a Difference in the Lives of Rescue Horses

Adopt

Find your riding or companion horse today. Rescue Horses need love and a good home.

Support

Many ways to Support THS. Sponsor, donate, planned giving 
& spreading the word.

Volunteer

You do not need horse experience to volunteer.  Learn more.

Shop THS Resale Store

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Shop & Donate at The Horse Shelter Resale Store to help
save horses.

Our Horses

Aspen
Aspen has recently started working regularly with a couple of volunteers during
Belle
Belle’s patience and willingness to participate in volunteer classes has really
Bravo
Bravo was born in NMLSB holding and is a very nice athletic buckskin colt. He may
Bug
March 12, 2021:Bug is getting tall! She continues to be curious and
Burl
October 27, 2021Burl is currently working with a volunteer and is becoming more
Charley
January 17, 2022Charley has started groundwork classes with several of our
Chica
Chica is an independent lady and prefers only brief interactions with our
Cinnamon
October 25, 2021Cinnamon is an Indian horse. She came in with her mother,
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Katie Before & After

Help THS Care for Abandoned & Abused Horses Like Katie.

With your support we can save abused, abandoned & neglected Horse throughout New Mexico.

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The Horse Shelter

Adopt. Support. Volunteer. Shop.

The Horse Shelter serves as a sanctuary for New Mexico’s abandoned, abused and neglected horses. Rescued horses will be rehabilitated and adopted out whenever possible to environments that support their well-being and future long-term care.

First and foremost, we are dedicated to providing a safe, healthy environment for rescued horses. We follow up on each and every report we receive of horse abuse or neglect. We disseminate information on proper horse care for horse owners and make every attempt to assist individuals in the care of their horses.

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The Horse Shelter

Our Vision

The Horse Shelter serves as a sanctuary for New Mexico’s abandoned, abused and neglected horses. Rescued horses will be rehabilitated and adopted out whenever possible to environments that support their well-being and future long-term care.

First and foremost, we are dedicated to providing a safe, healthy environment for rescued horses. We follow up on each and every report we receive of horse abuse or neglect. We disseminate information on proper horse care for horse owners and make every attempt to assist individuals in the care of their horses.

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The Horse Shelter

Our Values

The Horse Shelter serves as a sanctuary for New Mexico’s abandoned, abused and neglected horses. Rescued horses will be rehabilitated and adopted out whenever possible to environments that support their well-being and future long-term care.

First and foremost, we are dedicated to providing a safe, healthy environment for rescued horses. We follow up on each and every report we receive of horse abuse or neglect. We disseminate information on proper horse care for horse owners and make every attempt to assist individuals in the care of their horses.