She gave birth the day before she was to go to her new home! Scroll down for more donkey news! Our Rudy's been adopted! Scroll down to News for more info.

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

  • Abby Still Needs a Home!

    Our lovely and dear Abby has been here for so long.... she really needs a home. Take a look at this video. You can't not want her for your own!

  • Rudy's Been Adopted! Chase, too!

    Rudy has a forever home! Irina, an AGES volunteer and board member, has shared a special bond with Rudy from the beginning of his rebirth here. She wants to share her life with him and can't wait to bring him home. And our dear Chase also has been adopted by a volunteer and her family.

  • Donkey News!

    We celebrated a donkey "birth day" on Sept. 26 when Capri delivered a baby boy! And our news: She and her baby, Nelson, along with her donkey mom, went to their wonderful new home. All the donks have been adopted now!