Pony Express Pony Rides and Petting Zoo
Nicole Henderson
Longmont, Colorado
(303) 532-3207 Email - nbell_98@yahoo.com

Old McDonald Barnyard Rescues

Old McDonald Barnyard Animal Rescue is operated by Nicole Bell and Joseph Henderson, in an effort to help neglected, abused, homeless, unwanted, and misunderstood barnyard animals. We also welcome animals who are very well cared for, but their families just can no longer keep them for a variety of different reasons. We can offer a safe home for horses, donkeys, pigs, goats, llamas, cows, chickens and ducks, and rabbits.  We are a very small rescue, and do ask for a small tax deductable dontation when you surrender an animal to us.

We also encourage community participation and offer opportunities for education, volunteer days, special events, or the sponsorship of the animal of your choice.  Visitors by appointment only.

Donations are always welcome and are tax deductible. We are a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization

Iggy the Pigmy Goat
- On September 28th, 2006, Colorado Horse Rescue assisted the Boulder County Sheriff's department in the seizure of 13 animals from our neighbors. The animals included 11 horses, 1 miniature donkey, 1 pony, and 1 pygmy goat (Iggy) The seizure of these animals was a direct inspiration for us to become more involved with animals in need.

Rocky and BullWinkle

Angel - Female Lop Eared Rabbit - Adopted!
Oreo - Female Lop Eared rabbit - Adopted!
Rascal - Male Lop Eared Rabbit - Adopted!

These lovely bunnies were abandoned in a garage with no food or water for days before they were discovered. Their family left them when they were evicted, and did not bother to let anyone know they were in the garage. They are all very sweet and gentle bunnies :-) They apparently were show rabbits before they were left to die.

Blanca Butterfly Butterscotch
General Tinkerbelle Tinkerbelle




Sully - Adopted!
Rosco - Adopted!
Roxy - This pony has found her forever home, bless her heart! Her old owner took her to the Harley Troyer Sale and no one would even bid on her. He brought her to us, and when she came of the trailer my heart sank. She was all bones and hair, and looked as though she would not make it down the barn isle. But, with a good worming, a teeth float and lots of groceries, Roxy bounced back and showed us what a wonderful kids pony she is!
Irish- Adopted!


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