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Our Mission

As a 501 (C)3 our mission is to end the slaughter pipeline by rescuing, sheltering and treating  horses with love and compassion.  We also do our best to take in surrendered animals that might end up at the auction or their owners are unable to care for them.  We have recently become a Full Circle of Life Shelter.  Commited to do what is best for the animals.

What we do....

We are a Full Circle of Life Horse Shelter. 

We do our best to take in any horse in need…… Young, old, broke, unhandled, and special needs. No matter what stage of life they are in.  From their beginning to their end, horses find love, safety, compassion, and peace at Outlaw Equine Rescue and Rehab. 

Horses come from owner surrenders, neglect cases, and directly from auctions, where they are in danger of shipping to kill pens to be slaughtered. 

Our goal..

Our goal is to help each horse have a better quality of life.

With evaluation from a veterinarian, and also our trainers to help them become happy, healthy and adoptable.

Who We Are.......

Roxey Ogas

Founder, President, and Trainer

William Ogas

Vice-President, Master of Repairs, and Barn Manager

Alec Hayden

Assistant Barn Manager

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🐴Help Rescue, Shelter, and Love Horses🐴

Your support is appreciated beyond words. SO many equines across the United States need help, and with your support we will be able to rescue, rehab, shelter, and adopt them. No donation is too small, every dollar changes the life of a horse.

Outlaw Equine Rescue and Rehab was founded as a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, tax ID #92-1979441, all donations are 100% tax deductible as allowed by law.  All donations are considered irrevocable gifts and are nonrefundable except in the rare occurrence of accidental duplicate donations.

Your Donations Save Lives!


Zelle: (no fees)

Cash app: $OutlawRescue

Venmo: @outlaw-rescue

Text to Donate: text OERR to 89871

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What we need:

*Round bales of hay: $75 each-We go through 12-13 bales a month

*50lb 12% horse feed: $18 each--We go through 30-35 bags a month.

*50lb alfalfa pellets: $20 each--We go through 12-15 bags a      month.

*50lb senior feed: $23 each--We go through 10-12 bags a month.

🤠🐴Fencing--Fence posts--Lumber--Tractor work🐴🤠

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Adoptable animals

Our goal at OERR is to adopt horses and other animals into loving forever homes. You can feel confident that our horses have veterinarian (if neccessay), farrier and trainer evaluations. We offer full disclosure of any behavioral issues that we are aware of.  We also will take any horse back if it is not the right fit and exchange it for another horse.

It doesn't happen overnight

When considering a rescue animal we cannot forget that they require an adjustment period.

 Please read the 

3-3-3 rule. before filling out the adoption application to make sure you are willing to allow your rescue animal the proper adjustment time. 

We do require home checks:

We are looking for safe facilities, shelter, appropriate turn out  and companionship, as well as the overall health of the other animals.

Schedule an appointment to meet the animal:

Visitation is by APPOINTMENT ONLY. We do not have standard hours and we do not accept walk in appointments. Please do not show up more than 15 minutes before your appointment.  An OERR Representative must approve the suitability of the horse for the situation, home and applicant’s skill level. 

Appointment does not mean you are guaranteed an adoption of a horse. 

Owner Surrenders

Outlaw Equine Rescue and Rehab is an open door horse rescue. 

We do not ever turn away an equine regardless of condition, age or

location. We also accept surrenders of horses needing the last

act of kindness if they have reached the end of their natural life

or are having quality of life issues.  


Because OERR is an open door Full Circle of Life Rescue, we do

ask for a surrender fee of $500 per horse. This fee is not

required, but suggested. Paid surrenders can be accepted to the

rescue as soon as the the fee is paid. 


If you are unable to pay the fee, the horse will still be accepted, but only as

space and funds allow. Wait times can range from 14-30 days.

Surrender fees go directly to veterinarian, farrier and feeding

expenses of that horse while it is with OERR.


Horses can always be delivered to OERR by appointment.

Horses requiring pickup will need to be scheduled with us as time allows.

We are a fully volunteer supported organization, so your patience is appreciated with transportation.

We can transport for a fee of $1.00-$1.25 a mile

If you need your horse picked up more urgently, please reach out to our professional transporters:

Kory O'Connor- KO Hauling and Transporting in Howenwald, TN, (707) 218-3014.  

Contact info:

Roxey and William Ogas 

550 Turkey Blind Rd

Crossville, TN 38572