PRLog - July 6, 2011 - CAVE CREEK, Ariz. -- Cave Creek, Arizona — On Saturday, November 5, 2011 the LUV Shack Ranch Trainer's Challenge will be held at the Cave Creek, Arizona Arena, during the famous Wild West Days. It is here, before a panel of judges, professional horse trainers will demonstrate how they have taken a horse that no one wanted - an untrained and inexperienced horse that they have only 90 days to train then showcase their progress at the Challenge in hopes of winning the prize money and of course the esteemed recognition of having their trained equine adopted into a forever home. Last year we had 8 trainers and all horses were adopted. Each trainer will receive recognition, for their participation in the challenge and have the opportunity to showcase their talents to growing their business long after the challenge is over.
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“This event is such an amazing opportunity to bring together Rescued Horses, Trainers, and people who would like to adopt a horse. When I organized the first Challenge I wanted it to be a WIN-WIN for all who got involved” says Joey Ogburn President/Founder of the LUV Shack. “In so many ways it boosts the economy and signifies that Cave Creek is truly the most western town in Arizona!
The Luv Shack Ranch Horse Rescue is a 501c3 non-profit that is a 100% volunteer run organization dedicated to the rescue and rehabilitation of abused, neglected and slaughter-bound horses with the ultimate goal of finding each animal a loving, forever home.
Additionally, we are committed to creating therapeutic programs for at risk children to help them heal from similar circumstances. Our goal is to serve the community by providing the opportunity for horses and children to heal one another physically, mentally and emotionally. For more information please contact please call 602-400-0826 or visit our website at http://www.luvshackranch.net
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The Luv Shack Ranch Horse Rescue is a non-profit, all volunteer organization dedicated to the rescue and rehabilitation of abused, neglected and slaughter-bound horses with the ultimate goal of finding each animal a loving, forever home.
To find out more please visit http://www.luvshackranch.net