Reporter Ollie Reed writing for the Albuquerque Journal, covered our participation in the 2022 New Mexico State Fair as part of the first ever, “‘Show & Tell’ event” to feature the state’s equine rescue organizations.
Celebrating Equine Rescue Efforts in NM and the Horse Shelter Rescue Fund Santa Fe, NM — The New Mexico Equine Rescue Alliance (NMERA) was founded in… Read More »New Mexico Equine Rescue Alliance
Horse “Show & Tell” Event
September 8, 2022; 9:00 am to 12:00 pm
A call went out from a neighbor within the East Mountain community. They discovered a deer with injured legs in their years. Before they could… Read More »KRQE Report: Community Action to Save Fawn
We were honored to be mentioned in a recent Letter to the Editor as an example of what a sanctuary should be. While we can… Read More »Masleña Rescue Foundation Mention in Letter to the Editor
We love being able to entertain guests for a tour. Watching others experience our herd family is such a joy. Here’s a statement we received from a recent visitor.
Help our rescue ranch and enjoy a delicious cup of coffee! It’s Coffee for a Cause month at Route 66 Coffee & Boba in Edgewood all February long.
We are so thrilled to announce a sponsorship award by Chaffhaye to help feed our diverse herd with premium feed.
The Richard Eeds Show is a popular local events and news program hosted by the well respected Richard Eeds and promoted on SanteFe.com. On December 28, 2021, Jeff was a guest on the program to talk about the ranch, the mission and why the harmony here just works. We are proud of Jeff for helping tell our story and bring a little happiness to the listening audience.
Jeffery Morewood and Tori Ashley are caretakers for the mixed herd of animals at Masleña Rescue Foundation, an animal rescue ranch in Tijeras. (Photo credit: Eddie Moore/Albuquerque Journal)
“It’s an interesting setup, having multiple species living together,” said Alexanda Eckhoff, field veterinarian for the New Mexico Livestock Board. “It would be great if humans could get along so well.”
Eckhoff was at Masleña earlier this month, inspecting the sanctuary to see if it qualifies to be certified as an official state equine rescue facility.