This site is dedicated to the direct sale
of horses in need of re-homing.

It is with a heavy heart that I share Helen Love passed away on October 25, 2020 from cancer complications.

This tremendous loss to the horse rescue community is incredibly hard to bear. She was the kindest, most genuine human being and gave her heart and soul to creating, maintaining, and supporting Rebels Equine. She found her life's purpose in supporting those who save horses on the brink of the slaughter truck, raising awareness of their plight, and championing horses that found themselves in the most dire of circumstances. The number of horses she fascilitated finding safety for is in the thousands after running REFS for a decade. She was a remarkable woman that will be missed by so many.
~ Melissa Hamre

As a friend from the rescue frontlines said, "She was often a light when there was no light."

"An angel has risen. Helen was my hero, and healer, she lifted me out a deep dark place after my mom passed and got me/us all back to our calling of rescuing slaughter bound horses. Helen protected me from the rescue naysayers, helped polish the rough areas of my posts, calmed my sometimes flamboyant tyrants and all the while keep us on course to be one of the most successful slaughter bound rescue missions to date. Helen's peaceful words, her wisdom and love for everyone will be missed by all. God Bless You Helen Love you certainly are going to be missed."
~ Samantha Hansen

We invite anyone to share their Helen stories and Rebel saves in her honor on the Rebels' fb page

The Starfish Story
Original Story by Loren Aisley

One day a man was walking along the beach when he noticed
A boy picking up something and gently throwing it into the ocean.

Approaching the boy, he asked "What are you doing?"
The Youth replied "Throwing starfish back into the ocean.
The surf is up and the tide is going out.
If I do not throw them back
they will die."

"Son" the man said "Do you realize there are miles and miles of beach
And hundreds of starfish? You cannot make a difference."

After listening politely the boy bent down, picked up another starfish
and threw it back into the surf. Then, smiling at the man, he said
"I made a difference for that one!"

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