4th Annual Saddle Up Benefitting Ranch Hand Rescue

Nov ’15
14
6:00 pm

 

Argyle Feed_RHR 4th Annl Saddle Up

Purchase your tickets today for the 4th Annual Saddle Up Benefitting Ranch Hand Rescue!  Save the date for the biggest charity event of the season on Saturday, November 14th at The Austin Ranch in Grapevine, Texas.  This year’s Ranch Hand Rescue Fall Fundraiser is all about Hollywood Style— Argyle Feed & Hardware is a proud sponsor of Ranch Hand Rescue and are again sponsoring a table at the 4th Annual Saddle Up this year.

We hope you plan to attend this fun and entertaining evening hosted by five time Emmy winner (and RHR major supporter) Doris Roberts and long-time DFW Sports Personality/RHR Goodwill Ambassador Mike Doocy along with Honorary Chairs Sheriff William Travis and Shelly Weismann Connell.

The evening promises a full line up of Hollywood style provided by Master of Ceremonies Jill Michelle Melean of MADtv and Reno 911 and Special Guests: Actor/Entertainer Jack Betts, Celebrity Chef Joey Santos and two time Grammy Nominee Karina Nuvos.

Click here to order tickets now on sale for only $100 per person. Your ticket entitles you to a fabulous multi-course dinner, a glass of wine, beer or a soft drink, a multi-star studded show, silent and live auction and more. Attire, of course, is Hollywood Chic!

All proceeds from the 4th Annual Saddle Up and Silent Auction benefit the very good work being done by Ranch Hand Rescue.  A farm animal rescue organization founded in 2009 by Bob Williams, Ranch Hand Rescue provides shelter and rehabilitation for neglected and starving farm animals as well as Equine and Animal Assisted Therapy Counseling programs.

We look forward to seeing you for an evening of Hollywood Style at this year’s 4th Annual Saddle Up Benefitting Ranch Hand Rescue!

More about Ranch Hand Rescue

After suffering a stroke, Bob Williams knew he wanted to do something more meaningful with his life and established RHR in 2009 to save farm animals from neglect and starvation.

Why a farm animal rescue? While thousands of animal shelters in the US are designed for cats and dogs, Bob recognized a void in facilities capable of sheltering farm animals. In response to that void, Ranch Hand Rescue was created.

Currently, Ranch Hand Rescue continues outreach to develop a “foster family” network critical to expanding the group’s efforts. Since most of these animals are malnourished, they require special diets, supplements and periodic visits by a vet to monitor their progress. In many cases. it’s simply a well-managed feeding program with the proper nutrition, companionship & love that brings these animals back to a state of good health. All of the animals rescued by RHR are evaluated by a veterinarian, given appropriate vaccinations and treated for parasites before being transported to their new foster home. All progress with RHR foster animals are tracked and monitored by veterinarians and the animals’ foster families. The absolute worst cases are brought to Ranch Hand Rescue. In most cases. these animals require round the clock care and surgery. The foster family network gives RHR the ability to not only save more farm animals; it increases the opportunity to provide the immediate medical care and rehabilitation for the most severe cases care for at Ranch Hand Rescue.

While rescuing farm animals continues to be at the core of Ranch Hand Rescue’s work, the organization has expanded its services to provide Equine and Animal Assisted Therapy Counseling programs which serve victims of child and sexual abuse, rehabilitate at-risk youth, and provide counseling for clients facing the challenges of drug and alcohol addiction, depression, anxiety, anorexia, and many other personal, mental, and physical challenges.

 

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