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Noble Heart needs our help


Last updated 7/10/2008 at Noon

Saving abused, neglected, sick, injured, old, slaughter-bound or simply unwanted horses is the mission of Noble Heart Horse Rescue.

Sandra Linville is the founder of this nonprofit organization located in Fallbrook. Her eight-acre equestrian facility is nestled in the hills of De Luz.

Sandra was born to love horses and has been riding since she was 2. Her dream is to save as many horses in distress as possible.

At her facility she and volunteers provide, shelter, proper care, humane treatment, love and hope for a happy, healthy and safe home. In addition, the facility is available for horse education, lessons and/or visits for a nominal fee. This fee helps offset the high cost of feed and veterinarian care.

Sponsoring horses is a popular option in which the sponsor can visit the horse of their choice and enjoy the beautiful surroundings, bring a sack lunch and sit beneath the gazebo. Sandra has invested all her personal funds in the care of these horses.

However, in just four short months she has received an overwhelming response from the local community. With continued support she knows that she can fulfill her mission and continue saving as many horses as possible.

For more information on making a donation, sponsoring or volunteering, contact Sandra directly at (760) 451-9972.

A fundraiser event is scheduled for Saturday, July 12, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at 2330 Green Valley Road in De Luz. There will be entertainment, food, face painting, a petting zoo and a raffle.

Virginia Gissing


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