Shiloh Horse Rescue and Sanctuary
Tony and Jill Curtis founded Shiloh Horse Rescue to rescue abused, neglected, unwanted and slaughter-bound horses. As of June 2010, over 550 horses have been rescued. At any given time, there are approximately 150 horses living at their 40 acre sanctuary.
Horses are rescued from slaughter actions and are brought to Shiloh Ranch for rehabilitation.
Many are adopted out to new homes while some live out their days in the peaceful pastures of Shiloh Ranch.
Shiloh Ranch is located just outside of Las Vegas and you can find out how to help or visit at:
Shiloh is a Federally Recognized 501(c)(3) Non-Profit
In 1987 Tony created the Emanuel Foundation of New York in honor of his father, Emanuel Schwartz, who emigrated to New York from Mátészalka, Hungary. The foundation sponsored The Holocaust Memorial at Raul Wallenberg Memorial Park located in the backyard of the Dohány Street Synagogue in Budapest, Hungary. It is the second largest operating Synagogue in the world. The Holocaust Memorial, also known as the Emanuel Tree, is a weeping willow tree (by artist Imre Varga) with the names of Hungarian Jews killed during the Holocaust inscribed on each leaf. Tony visited this beautiful tribute on his last trip to Budapest in 2009.