Rescued Horse Battles Cancer

A horse rescue is looking for funds to pay for treatment for a horse battling cancer.

Ziggy, a 20-year-old palomino, was left for dead in a ranch in Downy. Villa Chardonnay, a Temecula horse rescue and sanctuary, saved him, but now his life is in danger again.

He was diagnosed with cancer in his eye. He needs surgery, but it will cost about $3,500.

The horse rescue is looking for donations to pay for the life-saving surgery. To contribute, visit www.villachardonnay.org. They are also looking for donations of alfalfa, which can be ordered and sent directly to them by calling Big Horse at 951-676-2544.

Watch the video to hear Ziggy's story.

David Leonard April 06, 2011 at 08:45 AM
Great story, and great video quality. Love the establishing zoom out on the front of the ranch. Nice gobble at the end, too.
Louise Gardner April 06, 2011 at 02:39 PM
Greetings Laura, thank you so much for your donation! We thank you for your continued support for all the babies here at Villa Chardonnay! We hope to see you soon, let us know when you're in the neighborhood! Best always, Louise
Louise Gardner April 06, 2011 at 02:40 PM
Thank you Jane!
Ruth April 06, 2011 at 05:35 PM
Hugs! What a great job you do. Ruth
Peter Surowski April 07, 2011 at 05:42 AM
Heh, I knew somebody out there would like the turkey gobble finale as much as me. How could I let a sound bite like that go to waste? Thanks for the appreciation!


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