Support the Cause

We are currently seeking a harness and sleigh (for a 15h horse), to use for winter sleigh rides.
To “donate an item:”

  • Horse grain
  • Grain buckets
  • Shavings
  • Useable tack (saddle pads/blankets, kids saddles, halters, lead ropes, saddle &/or bridle for a mini).
  • Grooming tools (soft & hard bristled brushes; mane combs; curry combs).
  • Treats (our horses love carrots!).

To “give a one-time or monthly monetary gift”: any amount helps and is always appreciated.
You can specify how you want your donation to be used:

  • General fund, to be used as we see fit. Or, whatever is the greatest need at this time.

Or, specify one of the following options: monthly or one-time donations:

  • Carrot = $10/mo.Will go towards providing treats for our equine friends.
  • Bridle = $25/mo. Will help with supplying any needed tack.
  • Rainbow = $50/mo. Will help supply healthy treats, food and drinks (water) for the children participating in our mentorship program.
  • Bucket = $75/mo. Will help provide grain, hay & supplements.
  • Horseshoe = $100/mo. Will go towards our farrier costs.
  • Cross = $200/mo. Will go towards much needed vet care & vaccines.

To “Sponsor a horse”: Choose to sponsor one of our program horses, or a recent rescue horse, & your donation will go specifically toward their care & needs:

  • Rita, our “big mama.” she is a bay QH/appendix mare, who is very sweet, gentle, and loves attention, especially from the kiddos.
  • Hope, our namesake. She is a buckskin mare who is super sweet, friendly And full of funny personality.
  • Sage,  a unique personality. Quiet, steadfast, and constant. He is a paint gelding with one blue eye and will be your best friend for life.
  • Zeke, aka “Ezekiels Freedom”, our “Gentle giant”, and latest rescue. He was pulled from an auction on Memorial Day 2018.  He is a dark bay, Morgan cross gelding. He is very social, friendly, quiet, and aims to please.
  • Trixie, our “pet therapy.”  She is a sorrel mini mare. A very sweet and friendly addition to the program.

To “Adopt a horse”:

Check our current listings of available horses that are up for adoption.

To “become a volunteer”: 

If you would like to give of your time and become a volunteer in our program, please fill out our application or call me at 717-715-6754 & I will send you the application.