Have you ever wondered how rescue personnel get the training to know what to do in the event of a large animal rescue? Here is your chance to get involved and become a first responder in your area to help during a critical moment of need for an equine.

Consider getting a group together in your area to join in on this valuable training.

horse rescue
Rescue of mustang named Colorado

Large Animal Rescue Community:

We are pleased to have caught worldwide attention with our recent helicopter lift of Colorado, a mustang stuck on a sandbar in the Gila River.  This event brought awareness of how critical technical training is to a smooth operation that keeps the safety of horse and rescuers in mind.  Please enjoy a video of the rescue at our website and check out our upcoming plans for LAR technical training on March 11/12 (Basic) and March 13/14 (Advanced)  Training is filling up so be sure to email your interest so we can get you a registration form quickly!
Soleil Dolce
Arizona Equine Rescue Organization, Inc.

The basic class has been refreshed to add live horse time and has added new components. The class is two full days and $250.00 for each person.  Remember to approach your local saddle and 4H clubs who are more than willing to sponsor attendance for a first responder in their area.  Please contact us if you need sponsorship assistance to cover the tuition.  Meals are included.  Email info@azequinerescue.org for registration forms.

Advanced Training
March 12 and 13 (half day) in Phoenix

AERO will be offering a one day advanced class and a half day specialty helicopter class.  John and Deb Fox  and AERO will be the lead instructors for this class.  Cost for this class is $125.00 for Sunday and $50.00 for half day on Monday.  Advanced will go over new and additional techniques not covered in basic plus some new material being tested so it’s a great way to refresh and strengthen your Large Animal Rescue skills in between calls.  Hope to see you there!  Email info@azequinerescue.org for more info and mark your calendars.

Do you or your club/group have this technical training? Have you ever been involved in any large animal rescues?

Nancy Fredrick


EasyCare Office Manager

As the office manager, I make sure the general operations of the organization run smoothly and seamlessly from A to Z. I have been on the EasyCare team since 2001 and have first hand product knowledge as my horses are barefoot and booted.