Current Issue

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Current Issue
Horse Protection
Association of Flori da
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TAMPA, FL
PERMIT NO. 3311
20690 NW 130 Avenue, Micanopy, FL. 32667
Tel: 352-466-4366
www.hpaf.org
Horse Protection
Association of Florida
Summer 2016
501(c)3 Charitable Organization
Newsletter
More Horses Saved by HPAF Supporters
April and May brought new horses to HPAF. Music was found by the Levy County Sheriff ’s Office after
being reported by a concerned citizen. Said to be 11 years old and a former race horse, it was hard to
imagine this horse who was skeletal and depressed was a fairly young ex-race horse. Dr. Hambleton
responded and gave Music IV vitamins and iron. Music weighed just 753 lbs.; at 16 hands he should
weigh over 1200 lbs.
Then on May 9th two more horses, Softly age 2 and Beauty age 10 came to HPAF after being reported to
Levy County Sheriffs Office. Their first week at HPAF was critical for Music and Softly’s survival. They
had free choice access to grass, alfalfa hay and an hourly feeding regime of Senior feed. Music
progressed steadily in that first week but Softly was another story. Softly’s starvation was more severe
and she continued to be weak and depressed during that first seven days. Dr. Hambleton returned with
more injections to stimulate her body and appetite and finally we began to see changes. She became more
alert and began to walk normally, giving us hope for her survival. Young horses like Softly can develop
life threatening complications in the future because their bodies leach minerals from their organs and
bones in order to survive as they grow. After gaining only 32 lbs. in her first 9 days, Softly finally began to
gain more rapidly, gaining 121 lbs. in 21 days and 238 lbs. in 38 days. Now Softly is strong enough to go
out with the other horses to graze and play. The owners of each of these horses have been charged with
felony animal cruelty.
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Annual Membership
$40
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Sponsor
$350
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Rescuer
$60
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Rescuer
$500
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Winner’s Circle
$100
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Benefactor
$
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Required Information: Pursuant to the requirements of Florida Statute 496.411 the following information is provided. A COPY OF THE OFFICIAL REGISTRATION AND FINANCIAL INFORMATION MAY BE OBTAINED FROM THE DIVISION OF CONSUMER SERVICES BY CALLING TOLL-FREE (800)4357352 WITHIN THE STATE. REGISTRATION DOES NOT IMPLY ENDORSEMENT, APPROVAL OR RECOMMENDATION BY THE STATE OF FLORIDA. Florida Department of Agriculture & Consumer Services Registration #SC-02543 Percentage of each contributor retained by any professional solicitor: Zero% Percentage of each contribution that is received by this organization: 100%
Music, 4-19-16
Music, 6-16-16
Softly 5-13-16
Softly, 6-16-16
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
Morgan Silver
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Shauna Cantwell, DVM, Vice President
Robert Silver, Treasurer
Madge Gunia, Secretary
Amy Glick, Director
Robert Echols Director
HONORARY BOARD
Bart Goldberg
Margie Goldstein-Engle
Mrs. Loriel Hogan
Kirk Landon in memoriam
Thomas J. Lane, DVM
George Morris
Amy Sperling
Gerald Wessner, VMD
Karen O’Connor
Karen Rohlf
CORPORATE SPONSORS
Florida Thoroughbred Farm Mgrs.
Ocala4sale.com
MAILING ADDRESS AND
CONTRIBUTIONS:
HPAF
20690 NW 130th Avenue
Micanopy, FL 32667
Tel: (352)466-4366
E-mail: [email protected]
Newsletter: Morgan Silver
REQUIRED INFORMATION:
PURSUANT TO THE REQUIREMENTS
OF FLORIDA STATUTE 496.411 THE
FOLLOWING INFORMATION IS
PROVIDED:
A COPY OF THE OFFICIAL
REGISTRATION
AND FINANCIAL INFORMATION
MAY BE OBTAINED FROM THE
DIVISION OF CONSUMER SERVICES
BY CALLING (800) 435-7352 WITHIN
THE STATE OF FLORIDA.
REGISTRATION DOES NOT IMPLY
ENDORSEMENT, APPROVAL, OR
RECOMMENDATION BY THE STATE
OF FLORIDA.
FloridaDepartment of Agriculture &
Consumer Services registration #SC-02543
Percentage of each contribution
Retained by any professional solicitor:
Zero %.
A Special Thank You
To those who made an outstanding
contribution since the last newsletter...
Kristina Watkins
EG Watkins Foundation
Michael Nuzzo
Arredondo Dressage Society
Richard Schechter
Quail Roost Foundation
Florida Thoroughbred Farm Managers
Don Manuchia
Amy Sperling
Alma & Uwe Moss
Wrightson Ramsing Foundation
Sammy & Wendy Hanson
Duke Energy
Dr. Bess Darrow, TuneUps.com
Gloria Oest Maggie Kotuk
Rosemary Taylor Gertrude Dickinson
Michael & Vickie Ford
Thank You Sponsors, The Horses love you!
Michael Nuzzo of Miami sponsors Polo and Legacy
Elly Mims of Miami sponsors Fancy
Susan Dresnick of Pinecrest sponsors Abbey
Rosemary Taylor & Eugene Rodriquez of Brandon
sponsor Hope
Jean Pecor of Shelburne, VT sponsors Cindy
Dianne Haddick of Cheverly, MD sponsors Buttercup
Beverley West of Miami sponsors Hermoso
Karen Fischer of Ocala sponsors Roxy
June Wise of Lauderdale by the Sea sponsors MG
Tina Worthens of Ocala sponsors MooMoo
Thank you B-C Foundation Station
B-C Foundation Station in Reddick has had Pilgrim in
development this month. B-C took Pilgrim in their
program that helps to re-home qualified rescued horses
into therapeutic riding programs. Their Horses Helping
Humans program educates both horses and staff in the
areas of horse development and management. Pilgrim
will be placed with Stirrups N' Strides Therapeutic
Riding Center in Citra, continuing their mission of
Pilgrim
Katie
helping Nonprofits with organizational support through
and Chris Cook
and Chris Cook
natural horsemanship and business leadership.
Chris Cook from B-C also came to the HPAF farm for a Senior Staff Workshop. He offered new strategies in
horse development and program development for the HPAF Team. We are so grateful to the B-C Foundation
Station for their support of HPAF with horse and business development.
Jake Biernbaum
and Dixie
Dixie was accepted into The Parelli Foundation’s Rehoming 4 Life
Challenge and Adoption Program, that is matching up to 20 rescue
horses of varying breeds from all around the country with Licensed
Parelli Professionals who will develop the horses to their full potential
using Natural Horsemanship principles. The horses will be developed
for more than a year by their Professional and then be showcased for
adoption at the Parelli Foundation’s first major horse event – FOR
THE HORSE – Festival Magnifico, May 5 – 7th, 2017 in the heart of
Texas. Each horse will take part in an adoption process that will match
them to their ideal forever home. Please watch HPAF and B-C
Foundation Station’s Facebook Pages for updates on Dixie’s progress!
WISH LIST
Stamps
Printer Ink, HP 932 Black & 933 CMY
Mosquito Halt (only one that works)
Eqyss MicroTek Spray and Shampoo,
Cashel and Roma fly masks cob & horse size
De Walt or comparable 18V battery powered saw &
drill Combo
Heavy Duty Corral Panels, 12 ft and 4 ft doors
Sand Clay mix for paddocks, 20 loads needed
Tree Trimming
(Help! they have not been trimmed in 11 years)
Electrical wiring and fans for Cheyenne’s barn
(estimated cost $10,000)
Cowboy Magic Shine (4 bottle per week),
Hack saw & blades,
Duct, Gorilla and Masking tape,
Chlorine tablets
Parelli ropes & halters, carrot sticks
Support HPAF While Shopping
Save money at thousands of stores and help HPAF at
the same time! Goodshop lists the best coupon codes
at thousands of stores AND donates back a percentage of what you spend to help the horses. Here are examples of some deals you might find: 15% off at 1800
Flowers promo code and 7.5% of what you spend will
come to HPAF. Or $15 off using a Kohls coupon code
to buy clothes or housewares and 2% comes back to
HPAF. This is all for free! They work with everyone
from Amazon deals to Expedia. It’s that easy!
Did you know that you can help HPAF as you shop?
Simply log onto:
Amazon Smile
and choose HPAF as your charity.
You shop; they donate!
In Honor of
Deputy Brandin Sullivan.............................Barbara Snow
Alana Balogh & Stephen........................Dr. Diana Graves
Madge Gunia...........................Kris & Sheridan Schwark
Rick Morrell...................................................Dori Smith
Robert Silver................................................Donald Mong
Doherty Family.............................Rip & Jacque Gellein
Lauren Meade.......................................DeeVon Quirolo
Kim Pundai & Lex..........................................The Bean’s
Denise Crank..................................Shannon McInerney
Shannon McInerney..................................Denise Crank
Gail Pendergrass..........Cherryl & Mark Chmielewski
Joan Spero.................................................Wanda Pilgrim
Breezy...........................................................Marcia Smith
James Krill.....................................................Teri Brennan
Mary Dahms.........................................................M. Shaw
Katrina.........................................................Kirsten Meyer
James Hawkins............................................Mike Williams
Karen Wood..............................................Marilyn Weaver
.Precious.............................................Earl&SheranFlippo
Denny&.MadisonMatamoshun......Earl&SheranFlippo
Adopters
Thank You
Arredondo Dressage Society
Polo enjoying adoration
from her fans
Kendall and Larry Smith with Grayson
Silver
& Susie DeChamplain
Sponsor a Barn, Stall, Paddock
or Pasture
Barns, stalls, paddocks and pastures at
the HPAF farm are available for annual
sponsorship. Sponsorship for a year:
•$500 for a feeding stall
•$1000 for a permanent stall
•$2000 for a paddock
•$5000 for a pasture
A plaque will be placed on your stall, barn or
pasture commemorating your sponsorship.
You are welcome to visit the farm as a VIP!
Thank you Lauren Barwick, Kim Pundai and the Parelli
Wow team for presenting impressive and inspiring
demonstrations.
A Very Special Thank You to June Wise
June Wise and Vivian Darnell visited the farm in April, driving all the
way up from Lauderdale by the Sea! We drove out into the pastures
in the Polaris to meet all the horses. June felt a special connection to
MG and became her sponsor! June has been a donor since HPAF was
in Miami! Thank you for visiting ladies, it was great having you here!
In Memory Of
Eight Balls and Wildcats Smile....................Mary Clark
Genevieve Herrick...................................Susan Azevedo
Jeffrey Raysor..............................Jack & Nancy Roberts
Marguerite Mong......................................Donald Mong
Wilma Schwarz................................The Staff at HPAF
Kirk Landon.........................................The Staff at HPAF
April brought horse lovers together for a great event. The
Seventh Annual Horses Helping Horses event put on by
the Arredondo Dressage Society at Canterbury on April
23rd in Newberry went splendidly. This year the event
was combined with ASPCA Help a Horse Day.
We are so grateful to the members of the Arredondo
Dressage Society for once again putting on this wonderful
annual event. Thank you to everyone who donated their
goods, services and money to make it successful. The
event raised over $8000 for the horses. We could not be
more grateful to everyone involved.
Kendall Smith with River
Sponsor a Horse
You can sponsor one of the rescued horses for
as little as $35 a month up to $750 a month
for a horse in training. Sponsors receive a
picture and the story of their sponsored horse.
Sponsors may visit their horse at the farm and
take part in their daily care.
Thank You, Volunteers!
Important Information
Be assured that HPAF has never and will never
share your name or information with anyone! In
twenty five years HPAF has never shared donors,
volunteers or visitors names and information with
any person, company or organization. Your
personal information is yours and not ours to
share!
Tina Worthens
with Moo Moo
Shirley Smith, Volunteer
University of Florida
Students
Diana and Leland Jackson
with Louie
Success Stories
Storm Damage
The HPAF farm was hit over night on June 6th by Tropical storm Colin. Sometime during the night, a
large oak tree in the gelding pasture split in half and came down onto two fence lines. We think that the
geldings must have been standing near the tree when it came crashing down because they ran through
the very sturdy fence on the opposite side of their 20-acre pasture. The geldings know their fences and
that there is a potent electric wire along the top to discourage cribbing and a certain donkey from
walking through the fence boards. They must have been very scared to run through the fence.
None of the geldings were injured but Momma, the Paso mare from the main herd, got in with the
geldings and either was kicked or ran into a post while trying to get away from the pursuing
geldings. Dr Hambleton came right away to treat her broken nose. He said there was nothing that could
be done and that the swelling would subside from treatment and time.
A very special thank you to Sam Osborne for making the emergency repairs to the fence after the storm.
Thank you Don Manuchia!
We want to thank Don once again for sponsoring the production and mailing of previous
newsletters and this current issue. He has been one of our loyal supporters and we can not
thank him enough for all of his contributions over the years for the horses. We are so greatful
to have such a compassionate and amazing friend.
Amanda Staten
and Hannah
Sammy
aka Wallace
Maggie Kotuk
and Anastasia
Peggy Hoyt
and Heaven
Nutmeg at Swan Center
Susan Olson
and Geisha
Maggie Willets
and Pie
Barbara Stewart
and Gloria
BeBe Edwards
and Sherman
Lammy Buck
and Astro
Elmoe and Precious
with Kim Benson
Legacy Society
Our most heartfelt thanks to these dear friends of the horses.
Their compassion and foresight made so many miracles possible.
Carol Kiefer Mary McDonald Nancy Holmes Ora Evola
Samual Furshpan Patricia Smith Edgar Johnson Sarah Luddle
Majorie Brickell Ann Keyser
Juan Rodriguez Izola Kruger Lucille Wilkinson Theresa Rozano
Sonia Alexander
and Wallace
Beth Tull
and Joker
Jane Whitehurst
and Romeo
Janice Hastings
and Shazam
Thank you to Legacy Society members who have remembered HPAF
and the horses in their estate planning.
Elizabeth Mittauer Lou R Meuche Maggie Kotuk Jan Barbour
Kim Benson Barbara Henderson Sharon Champion Dorris and Bill Smith
Sam at Tripple R
Bo at Tripple R
The Vreeland Family
and Sonny
Cathy Rotola
and Turk

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