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.
Horses eat a lot, so help us pay the bills! Donations keep us operating and so […]
We have horses looking for their forever homes. You can save a life! Turn an unwanted […]
We need you! Can you help us take care of our horses? Let’s talk! Training provided. […]
AGES recently received a $4,000 grant from the ASPCA ® (American Society for the Prevention of […]
Come on out to AGES on Saturday, March 14, 9 to 4, for our March Madness Tack Sale. Help us out! Click here to download and print a sign for posting. Big selection of items for your horse and barn, and you too! Also selling coffee, bakery goods and hot chocolate. Bits, bridles, halters, blankets, English saddles, polo wraps, show apparel and much more. Don't miss it!
HELP!! AGES recently lost access to the tractor we had been borrowing (but we were able to replace our skidsteer). We are on the hunt for a replacement tractor as soon as we can possibly get them. If you know of equipment that may fit our needs, please let us know by calling 262.627.0582. We are looking for a good deal or preferably a donation. Details: Tractor Similar to or the Same as Ford 7710 in Good Used Condition; Hours - Less than 7000; Horsepower - 60 to 100; Drive - 2WD; Wid...
Sadly, the neglect cases keep surfacing. We discovered two mares who had been on their own for years, poorly fed, no vet or farrier, full of burrs. With many people helping, we were able to get one (Zaria, pictured) home to AGES, and a week later, on Feb. 28, we were able to get the other, Luna, onto a trailer and safe at AGES. Click on "Donate Now" to help us keep helping them.