Blogging Tulsa Real Estate: Horses Need Emergency Stabling During Hurricanes

Horses Need Emergency Stabling During Hurricanes

Horses are evacuated during hurricanes too. 

Let's help add more entries to the emergency layup directory being compiled by 

The Horse Gazette by contacting our horse friends and getting them to add entries at:

It may be too late to help horses affected by Hurricane Ike, but at least we can be prepared for the next big storm.

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Coldwell Banker Select, Realtors -- Land & Ranch Division
4408 S. Harvard Avenue
Tulsa, OK  74135

Office:  918-712-4473

Cell:  918-724-8201

FAX:  918-712-4310


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Comment balloon 2 commentsDebbie Durkee • September 13 2008 10:02PM


That's a great idea to help out horses during these tough times.  I guess somebody has to do it. 

Posted by Georgie Hunter R(S) 58089, Maui Real Estate sales and lifestyle info (Hawai'i Life Real Estate Brokers) over 11 years ago

Yes, I had not thought of it.  I found out about the directory through a group in my LinkedIn network. 

Here in Oklahoma we send hay to Texas during droughts and so we are used to reaching out to our neighbors to the south. 

However, it is not just for hurricanes that such facilities are necessary.  What about during winter storms or bad weather or just when people get caught out on the interstate for whatever reason?

Posted by Debbie Durkee, ALC, CRS -- Land & Country Estates near Tulsa (RE/MAX T-town) over 11 years ago