Crane Mountain Valley Horse Rescue Open House

Horse and CMVHR co-owner Ed Morvick

Two year old registered quarter horse mare, KC aka Kool Comet, with Ed Morvick, co-owner of the Crane Mountain Valley Horse Rescue,Inc. in Westport, NY. (Photo Credit: CMVHR)

Crane Mountain Valley Horse Rescue, Inc. is an award-winning not-for-profit organization for equine rescue and rehabilitation located in Westport, New York. The organization began helping horses in 2003 following the guidelines of their mission statement:

Crane Mountain Valley Horse Rescue, Inc. is dedicated to equine rescue and rehabilitation and to restoring horsemanship, the heritage and humane treatment of the horse. Through our education and outreach programs, we teach kindness and compassion for all living beings. (Crane Mountain Valley Horse Rescue, Inc.)

Open House and Tack Sale

Crane Mountain Valley Horse Rescue will hold an Open House and Tack Sale to celebrate their 10th anniversary on Saturday, July 20 and Sunday, July 21 from 10 am to 4 pm both days.

Activities will include farm tours, tack sale, a silent auction, and more. Representatives from Adirondack Wildlife Refuge will be there with some of their rescued raptors. The NCSPCA is also having the Grand Opening of their new shelter on Saturday (July 20), so you can spend some time having fun and supporting both organizations and celebrate animals in need all weekend!

The event has been generously sponsored by the Champlain National Bank.

“We are delighted to have Champlain National Bank recognize us with this generous donation for which we are incredibly grateful,” affirmed Ed Mrozik, Co-founder and President of Crane Mountain. “These funds have significant impact on our ability to direct proceeds from the event to benefit the horses and the organization’s community education and outreach programs.” (Denpubs)

Learn more about Crane Mountain Valley Horse Rescue on their website and Facebook page. If you’d like to visit schedule an appointment by calling 518-962-8512 or e-mail

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