This summer, Jack & Millie Andersen from Vernon, B.C. spent a lot of time organizing and transporting donations for the Jaltemba Equine Education Project (J.E.E.P.). Jack commented, “All the people I contacted at riding stables, tack shops and individual horse owners here in the Vernon and Alberta area, even when they did not have things to donate, were really cooperative and helpful. The generosity they demonstrated was truly great.”
The J.E.E.P. team and horses want to sincerely thank the generous people and companies who made donations…
Big “D” Products, Mr. Darryl O’Brian (Vernon, B.C.)
Donated new fly masks, new halters and new lead ropes.
The Paddock Tack & Togs, Staff and Customers
Donated halters, leather reins, saddle blanket, etc. They also put J.E.E.P. on their webpage and made posters.
Rusty Spur, English and Western Tack & Feed, Chris Maltman & Customers (Lumby, B.C.)
Donated new leather halters, reins and used bridles.
Donated saddle cinches, lead ropes, etc.
Mr. Don Hull
Donated halters and miscellaneous tack.
Charlene Miller (High River, Alberta), Heather Craig, Heather Cromie (Cochrane, Alberta) and Sheila Denike (Cochrane, Alberta)
Donated halters, saddle pads and blankets, miscellaneous grooming items, riding boots, etc.
Jack & Millie Andersen
Graciously shipped the donated items free of charge.
Christian, Junior and Juan sporting their new riding helmets.
J.E.E.P. Founder George Leavitt and his trainers graciously accept donations from Jack and Millie Andersen.
Donated Tack & Miscellaneous Items:
- 21 Halters, various sizes (10 new and 11 used)
- 11 Lead Ropes (8 new and 3 used)
- 6 Adjust-A-Fly Masks (all new)
- 7 Saddle Pads (all used)
- 6 Helmets (all used)
- 1 Bridle (used)
- 1 Saddle Cinch with cover (used)
- 3 pairs of Long Reins (all new)
- Large number of other leather tack items (continuous reins, etc.)
- 1 Metal wall-mounted Saddle Holder (new)
- 1 pair of calf-high Riding Boots
- 1 pair of ankle-high Riding Shoes
- 1 Riding Crop
- Various grooming aids (brushes, tail combs, hoof cleaner, etc.)
About Jaltemba Equine Education Project (J.E.E.P.) Jaltemba Equine Education Project was established in December 2012 by George & Loretta Leavitt to help large animals like horses, donkeys and mules who are ill, malnourished or being mistreated in Jaltemba Bay, Nayarit, Mexico. To learn more or to make a one-time gift or recurring donation, visit Jaltemba Equine Education Project (J.E.E.P.)
Your donation will help J.E.E.P. buy food, shelter, medication and the equipment necessary to care for our rescue horses. Remember, donations of tack and gear, both new and used are always needed and much appreciated.