CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 22, 2004 |
Thousand Oaks philanthropist Ed Hogan is creating a sanctuary for some forgotten victims of last fall's wildfires: horses burned or disabled in the disasters. Moved by stories about injured horses, Hogan plans to build a $5-million shelter in exclusive Hidden Valley, next to the Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area. The sanctuary would be devoted exclusively to the care and rehabilitation of wounded, abused or aging horses.