Sponsor a Horse
Would you like to be a special friend to one of our horses? A recurring monthly donation means security for an unwanted horse because we know that we will have a regular source of funding for that horse’s feed, medicine, health care.
Every sponsor will receive a welcome gift of a beautifully hand-sculpted horse made by Elvenspun, and a copy of our yearly calendar. Our Permanent residents are all either living at AGES permanently, or require extensive, long-term rehab to get them ready to be adopted. Scroll down for more information on each horse, or click on a name to get a detailed biography. After you’ve made your choice, please note the name of the horse you would like to sponsor in the donation form. If you want your recurring monthly donation to benefit all of our horses, you still will receive a model of a horse and the other benefits.
Join our list of valued sponsors. A recurring monthly donation means security for an unwanted horse because we know that we will have a regular source of funding for that horse’s feed, medicine, health care. Or, you can make a monthly donation for care of all the AGES horses.
Gypsy is a beloved permanent resident here at AGES. Gypsy’s former owner ignored her eye infections and now she is almost totally blind, but sweet and loveable as a puppy (and, as you can see in the picture, she likes to roll around on the ground!).
Gypsy needs sponsors to fund her expenses including daily eye drops. Can you help?.
Beauty, a 13hh 20-year-old Appaloosa POA, was once a Western show pony, now at Amazing Grace in rehab for severe founder. We are hopeful with our love and care that she will recover and be ready for trails again by summer!
We are happy to receive any donations you are able to send to help us help Beauty regain her beauty!
Sallie is Wimpie, a/k/a Sallie, is a 13-year-old bay roan Quarterhorse broodmare available for sponsorship. Her recovery will be emotional, physical, long, and involved. She is sweet.... innocent, docile, but very afraid of being touched. She will be a long term rehab situation. We have STILL not been able to touch her or get her burrs out. Her new filly Daisy has allowed people to touch her, and Sallie observes this very intently. It is our hope through Daisy, that Sallie learns to trust.
Etsy came to AGES after we received reports of an emaciated mare who was nursing a foal. We discovered that, while she had access to hay, she was unable to eat hay because her teeth were so worn down, and consequently, was not getting enough nutrition. Her owner surrendered her to AGES where she is on nutritious feed appropriate for her condition, and is gaining weight steadily. She’s about 32 years old, probably used for breeding her entire life, and now is retired at AGES.
TRIGGER is a 32 year-old Shetland Pony. Surrendered to Amazing Grace Equine Sanctuary after his previous owners became unable or unwilling to care for him and the other two mini horses in their possession. Trigger, previously used for breeding, is now the “seeing” protector and guide for the blind and/or elderly horses at AGES.
As the patriarch of our herd and the guardian angel of our blind horses, Trigger is a permanent resident here at Amazing Grace Equine Sanctuary.
Your monthly gift as a sponsor to Trigger will not only help provide his regular needs including feed, supplements, hay, farrier, and veterinary care but also with any special care that he requires as the oldest member of the sanctuary!
Johnnie was purchased from a feedlot in Pennsylvania, saving him from his likely fate at a slaughterhouse. He is sweet and gentle and loves attention. Sadly, he was likely used as a roping dummy so he arrived at AGES with neck and throat problems, infested with lice, limited vision and probably a rear hind stifle injury. But he’s sweet and patient and we want to give him the best life he can have as a permanent resident of AGES. We could really use help with his ongoing vet and medicine expenses. Please consider being a sponsor for Johnnie.
Frosty, a beautiful blind mustang, has arrived . . . He is getting acclimated to his new surroundings, and he has quickly bonded to his pasturmates! We'd like to thank the folks at Chilly Pepper Miracle Mustang, located in Nevada, for their tireless efforts and for working with us to get Frosty here. Please check out their website and read about what they do! www.chillypepper.org.
Hope - 15 year old black grade Quarter horse.
In June 2016, the SPCA in New York seized over 650 animals from a neglect case. Of those animals, there were about 60 horses that needed new homes. Once the SPCA vetted, fed, and housed these horses - we were asked if we had room for Hope. Hope arrived with Juna in mid March. They have called AGES home ever since. Hope is a sweet, shy, but loving mare who has trust issues especially with her legs and hooves. Our job is to work her through her fears and help her learn most humans are kind and caring. If you are able to help with Hope's care we would love your support!!