The educational program consists of a number of annual events including an Equine Education Day held in May or June. Annual clinics and seminars are conducted to educate horse enthusiasts on a variety of horse care topics and horse related issues. A quarterly newsletter, The Hoof Beat, provides updates on FRER's horses, activities and other program related items. An educational brochure series includes Before You Buy A Horse, Did You Know?, Equine Nutrition, Fire Evacuation for Horses, Horse Slaughter, Finding a Suitable Trainer, Choosing a Rescue, Saving America's Wild Horses, Premarin™: Bad for Mares & Foals - Unnecessary for Women, and Re-Homing Your Horse, Solutions to Horse Slaughter.
In 2003, Front Range Equine Rescue implemented a national direct mail program to educate the public about FRER's programs emphasizing horse abuse, horse slaughter, and wild horse issues.