Horse rescue gets new home with help from communityPosted: Updated:
PHOENIX - A Valley horse rescue given just days to find a new home has been saved, just hours before zoning restrictions forced them to vacate land in the far North Valley.
The Luv Shack Ranch Rescue was scrambling on Wednesday to figure out what they were going to do when hundreds of 3TV viewers came to the rescue's rescue.
The ranch was being forced to move their 23 horses, corral fencing, tons of tack and three buildings in just three days.
Joey Ogburn had lots of big hearted horse loving volunteers to thank Friday after about 100 people helped pull off a miracle.
Volunteers were able to move of all of Ogburn's Luv Shack Ranch’s horses, fencing, tack and even buildings after county zoning issues stated they had to be off of this property by Friday night.
Curt Rosemann and daughter Amy decided they had room at their Cave Creek Rockaway Hills Ranch for Luv Shack's entire operation.
Ogburn checked with the town of Cave Creek who told her she wouldn’t have any zoning issues.