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A safe haven for horses in need.

A little bit about us

Amazing Grace Equine Sanctuary, Inc., is a horse rescue and adoption facility in Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin, founded in 2008. We are a 501 (c) (3) organization, so donations qualify as tax deductions. Our sole purpose is to offer a safe haven for unwanted, abused or neglected horses: shelter, nutrition, vet and farrier care, and most importantly - unconditional love and attention. Amazing Grace Equine Sanctuary provides services to surrendered horses regardless of the previous owners' circumstances.

Our facility is dedicated to the rehabilitation of these magnificent animals, when possible, to their fullest physical and mental potential. Our goal, once overall health, well-being and soundness of a horse is accomplished, is to assess them for possible placement and adoption to a qualified owner.

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News

  • Davey Needs Your Help!

    Davey, our wonderful Thoroughbred, had severe colic on April 12 and had to undergo emergency surgery to save his life. He's back now and recovering, but the bill has made a big dent in our budget. Can you help? Use the "donate" button. Any amount would help. Thank you!

  • Three Happy Adoptions!

    We've had three adoptions in the past 10 days! We wish all the best to Orion, Chance and our Scarlett. All three have been adopted by AGES volunteers--which says a lot for our volunteers and for the work we do at AGES!

  • Etsy's Our New Girl!

    We were called to help a 29-year-old mare who was seen to be emaciated. With the help of law enforcement, we took in Etsy. Now on a special diet, and with her teeth fixed, she's been gaining weight and strength. Thanks Peggy Brennan, for supporting our efforts with your recent fund-raiser to benefit Etsy. You're the best, Peggy!