Public appearances include horse expos and local TV and radio programs including National Public Radio (2005).
Front Range Equine Rescue has consistently held a 3-Star or 4-Star (highest) rating with Charity Navigator, America’s largest independent evaluator of charities. Front Range receives high ratings indicating that it is an organization which allocates and grows its finances in the most fiscally responsible way possible. Read the details of Front Range’s current rating. Please donate to Front Range Equine Rescue’s highly successful rescue work so that we can continue as a leader in helping at-risk horses through direct rescue and innovative special . Click here to donate for the horses.
In 2001, FRER was the agency winner of the Rio Vista Product's "Hank Award" for outstanding rescue work.
November 2010 - Front Range Equine Rescue Earns First Equine Colorado Accreditation from Global Federation of Animal Sanctuaries: Today the Global Federation of Animal Sanctuaries (GFAS), the nation's premier organization providing standards for identifying legitimate animal sanctuaries, announced Front Range Equine Rescue became the first Colorado equine rescue and sanctuary accredited. The accreditation signifies the implementation of clear and respected international standards, enabling the public, donors and government agencies to recognize credible sanctuaries that adhere to the true mission of providing safe haven and humane care for abused animals. "Front Range Equine Rescue is a national leader," states Patty Finch, executive director of GFAS, "with outstanding educational outreach on horse abuse, horse slaughter and wild horse issues. Their mailings reach more than 80,000 households nationally with solid information on these vital issues."
April 2009 - State of Colorado Commends Front Range Equine Rescue: Established in 1997, Front Range Equine Rescue is dedicated to stopping the abuse and neglect of horses through rescue and educational programs. It began as an all volunteer organization with Board members providing the initial foster homes. Later, a small self-care facility housed several of the incoming rescue horses. Over the years, Front Range Equine Rescue has been able to increase its capacity and currently owns a 40 acre facility in Larkspur. Today, the organization boasts an impressive record of saving abused, neglected, and abandoned horses and placing them with permanent and loving homes. The members of the Colorado House of Representatives are proud to pay tribute to Front Range Equine Rescue for providing valuable rescue and education services to the Centennial State.