We love having visitors!!!! Because we are a working ranch, we ask that you make an appointment to meet the horses and learn more about them. Tours are subject to guide availability. Please email Diane at email@example.com to schedule a tour and get directions. A minimum 24-hours notice is requested.
After making an appointment you will need to fill out and submit online our Agreement of Release, Waiver of Liability and Indemnity Form before your visit. Please note that a separate Agreement of Release, Waiver of Liability and Indemnity Form must be completed for each person including those under age 18. Multiple names CANNOT be put on one form.
During your visit:
Please wear a hat, sunscreen, and closed-toed shoes (preferably boots). Also, bring plenty of water to drink.
Here’s some feedback from some of our recent visitors:
“Our kids go to Desert Christian School, and one of the neat things we do each year is to devote a whole week to missions in our community. We like to focus on serving others and it creates great memories for the kids in doing so!
The reason I chose to contact equine voices is because I had a personal experience with the ranch probably about 12 years ago. I’ve always had a love for horses and at that time in my life I was a young wife and it wasn’t realistic for us to get into the horse ownership lifestyle. I began volunteering on a weekly basis to get my “horse fix” and contribute to saving horses, which is something I feel passionate about! I had such an amazing experience and looked SO forward to my time out there each week. I fell completely in love with the horses, Spanky specifically!! We still have a framed picture of him in our home to this day!! I’m happy to say all these years later, once we were finished having children…we bought our first horse. We just celebrated 4 years of her being in our life. She wasn’t technically a rescue…but she was used hard as a work horse day after day. She became a part of our family the day we brought her home, and in many ways she is considered a rescue in my eyes. She is now SO well cared for and loved in her forever home!! All that so say, when the teacher asked me to help coordinate an animal related way to serve for Mission’s week naturally I thought of Equine Voices. We would love to bring their class out there, let them meet the horses, and if they can assist in chores to serve that would be great too!”
“Thank you so much for arranging our tour on Saturday! Our 2 guides were wonderfully
informed and helpful. Everyone enjoyed themselves and were grateful for the hospitality. Beautiful horses!!”
“I just wanted to say thank you again for taking the time and what I 1know was extra effort on your part for our visit yesterday. Boomer and Chester looked great and it was so good to be able to pat those necks again! :) Equine Voices is an amazing place and I’ll definitely be passing on the word about donating from Amazon…we who live out here in the middle of nowhere do a lot of Amazon shopping! ;) I really loved seeing Boomer and will definitely try to get back for more visiting when I can…I also appreciated meeting the other rescues and hearing their stories. Karen and all of you volunteers do amazing work and I consider you all Angels? Thank you!
Take care and I hope to see you again soon :)”
"Jack and I had a most enlightening time with Erica and Bree today. We are terrier rescue folks and former horse riders. On our little homestead in N Idaho we have a 30 year old retired endurance mare and 3 companion mini donkeys 60 chickens and 4 dogs and 3 cats. We couldn’t imagine a life without our menagerie. We committed to staying in Green Valley for two months in 2018 and look forward to being of service to your organization. We have visited many rescue sites in our lives and yours if heads and shoulders above anything we have witnessed. Yours is truly the Peaceable Kingdom. Please tip our hats to Karen, the owner. As an animal communicator I heard nothing but pure peace from every sentient being! Well done good and faithful servants!
"Thanks so much for showing us around EV yesterday. We really appreciated all your effort. It was inspiring to see how happy the animals were in their home. It is a wonderful place doing important work.
I can’t thank you enough for the wonderful tour you gave the 10 Sassy Saguaro Sisters. With such wonderful weather, it was delightful to spend almost 2 hours with the horses and hearing their stories. Many of us just enjoyed being able to pet them. The work you all are doing for these horses is amazing and will hopefully be sustainable for many years to come. There obviously is no shortage of horses in need. This was a real eye opener for all of us who had been so unaware. Thank you again for giving so freely of your time and expertise, and making our tour so very interesting!"