One of Northern Colorado's greatest charitable organizations is seeking the public's help with a little situation there at their ranch, they need a truck.

Maybe you have one, maybe you have a family member or friend who has one. A truck that runs, but isn't pretty. It's reliable, but it wouldn't be bought at a Barret-Jackson Auction. You say it won't pass emissions? Bring that sucker over.

Hearts & Horses, near Carter Lake in Loveland, is a non-profit therapeutic riding facility which has been helping people with disabilities for 25 years. They are a wonderful organization that has a small staff, many volunteers and the most important part:

 ....a herd of around 27 four-legged therapists

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They've helped children as young as two-years-old; they've helped Veterans; they've helped seniors facing cognitive issues. Those examples just touch the surface of how much they help people. They are indeed doing 'God's Work,' at their ranch outside of Loveland.

So, when you hear that they are in need of a truck, you feel very compelled to get the word out about that need; hoping that by doing so, they won't have to wait long for the truck. There must be at least one out there, right?


Get the word out, and get these incredible folks a truck. When you find one, call them at 970-663-4200.

Horses are the Best! Take a Look!

Look at these amazing pictures of the wild horses of Sand Wash Basin in Colorado. There are 900 horses that live on the 160,000 acres of the Sand Wash Basin.

MORE Horses!

The Bureau of Land Management has concluded its wild horse gathering in the Sand Wash Basin in northwest Colorado. The horses will be made available for adoption, while the remaining horses should have a better life in the basin.