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Roanoke Valley Horse Rescue P.O. Box 13 Hardy, Va 24101 540-721-1910
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14 Seized Horses Transferred

Bill Brubaker | The Washington Post
March 03, 2008


14 Seized Horses Transferred

Fourteen of the 48 malnourished and diseased horses seized by Loudoun County officials in January have been transferred to a rescue group in southern Virginia, authorities said yesterday.

The thoroughbreds were seized from a Middleburg area farm after they were found severely underweight and without drinking water. The Loudoun Department of Animal Care and Control has been caring for the horses with help from other county agencies and dozens of volunteers.

The 14 horses were transferred yesterday and Friday to Roanoke Valley Horse Rescue, a nonprofit group based in Hardy, Va., authorities said. Loudoun officials had earlier found homes for several other horses, leaving fewer than 30 at the county shelter in Waterford, spokeswoman Laura Rizer said.

A Loudoun grand jury recently charged Dennis B. Danley, a horse trainer who worked on the Middleburg property, with 48 counts of animal cruelty. Danley has said the horses were in good condition, with plenty of food, the last time he saw them.

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2015 Events
OCTOBER 2015 Saturday October 17th & Sunday October 18th
The RVHR Tack and Yard Sale Store Opens once again for the Fall Season. The store will be open from 10am to 2pm Come by and shop our large selection of items donated to help raise funds for the horses. This is also a great time to bring those items you been meaning to donate on by the rescue. We hope to see you then.
Saturday October 10th
Bedford Centerfest, Downtown Bedford
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Join the Fun and Pebbles from RHVR on October 17th from 10am to 6pm at this years Bridgewater Fall Festival. Click here for more info

Last evening 2015 October 15th, RVHR will open it's gate to Cowboy Church Services starting at 6 Pm every Thursday evening. Click here to learn more about Cowboy Church

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RVHR’s 1st Horse

In Loving Memory Of
Nicky, RVHR's 1st Rescued Horse
Arrived January 2003
Placed October 2006
Born May 18th, 1978
Passed Away November 1st, 2010

Equine Court Cases
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