To the surprise of absolutely no one who wasn't emotionally invested in the place. HiCaliber Horse Rescue Evicted From Valley Center Ranch HiCaliber Horse Rescue Evicted for Not Paying Rent HiCaliber Horse Rescue Faces Eviction And Lawsuit "Markstein-Fox said HiCaliber's directors also failed to pay their utility bill for seven months, leading SDG&E to shut off power to the estate Thursday. She said the horse rescue owes the utility company more than $8,000. Until a solution is found, Markstein-Fox said her property will be without water, because the only source of water is a well whose pump is powered by electricity." Man, I really hate to say it yet again - but people - please get a lot of information about a rescue BEFORE you donate money. The closer to home it is, the better, because you can go see it for yourself and I would do that MULTIPLE TIMES before giving them one thin copper. Markstein-Fox is not only suing the owner of HiCaliber but also the BOD. Again, if someone is on a BOD they have responsibilities to the organization. Even if it means standing up to the president or founder. More accurately, particularly if it means standing up to or ousting someone.