Our Story


The thought of rescuing horses in need came from Dennis and Sue Pratt in 2004 as they were developing their personal property up the Troublesome Valley near Kremmling, Colorado. Dennis was raised on his uncle's ranch in Idaho and Sue was a city girl raised in Wyoming who always wanted to have a horse of her own.

Structures and corrals were developed, the Rescue's Non-Profit status was obtained in 2005 and horses began arriving. With much hard work and desire to provide a home for horses, the Rescue is what it is today. 

Our horses

Rescues come from Colorado and Wyoming, young and old, able and disabled.  The Rescue has a capacity of 25 horses, each having an individual 12' X 12' indoor stall, outside runs, access to the 120' X 200' indoor arena and 120 acres to run free upon.  A volunteer program enables the horses to be cared for and trained on an individual basis. Click here for more...

People behind the Rescue 

The Rescue's Board of Directors include veterinarians, psychologists, horse trainers and marketing backgrounds. They help with guiding decision making policies affecting the horses and involved people as well. The Board also provides leadership administrative functions, fundraising efforts and programs for the horses and disabled children with special needs.

  •  Sue Pratt – President
  •  Susan Tasillo, DVM – Sec / Treasurer
  •  Diana Matheson, DVM - Director
  •  Linda Newman - Director
  •  Helen Royal - Director
  •  Cathy Hook - Director
  •  Ellen French - Director

Volunteers

The Troublesome Horse Rescue is blessed with active volunteer programs made up of people who have a desire to learn more about horses and their needs.  Countless volunteer hours are given to the horses by the volunteers who are dedicated to them and each other as well.  Strong friendships have been developed between horses and humans. Click here for more....

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