The cost of caring for an average of 20 horses a year is overwhelming. As a non-profit organization, Wiregrass Horse Rescue & Sanctuary relies entirely on private donations and fundraising to save equines from neglect, abuse, abandonment and slaughter.
When you become a sponsor, you have a direct impact in helping maintain the highest level of care we are able to provide.
Your sponsorship also helps support the mission of the Wiregrass Horse Rescue & Sanctuary by allowing us to free up funds so we can help equines through community outreach and provide care for future rescues.
BECOME A SPONSOR
The sponsorship program is where an individual, business or group makes an annual or monthly gift which provides us with the support that allows us to continue rescuing horses and focus less on fundraising. Your commitment creates a happy ending for the shattered lives we rescue.
Sponsorship is for any business, group or person who wants to help save horses, ponies, donkeys or mules and can financially commit to providing an annual or monthly donation for a rescue’s care. Many of our rescues often require more medical attention than the average horse. Rescues may need months or even years, to return to health and rebuild their trust in humans.
Sponsorships make legendary gifts to give a friend or family member who loves horses. Give a sponsorship as a gift for birthdays, holidays, or special occasions. Sponsoring a rescue is a great way for groups and organizations such as schools, church groups and clubs, to support their community.
You can click on any current resident below and set up recurring monthly donations to cover a sponsorship.
Companion horse only as she was injured in her mouth at her previous home. She has gained weight and done well.
AQHA (grade) mare
Easy keeper on appropriate diet and worming schedule
Age: Unknown (early-mid 20's)
*intermediate rider and up. Prefers someone with soft hands and to stay at the walk ☺️
*good with mares and geldings
Estimated to be in her mid to late teens, possibly early 20s.
Very bonded with her mom, Bonnie.
Willow would be best suited for a companion only home due to weak stifles and upward fixation of the patellas in both hindlimbs. No other health issues that we are aware of.
Very easy keeper.
Middle of the herd.
Does well with both geldings and mares.
Very green but ready to learn!
Ready for her forever home. She has come a long way in our program and is eager for attention! She is ready to start training!
Mid to late teens
Ready for her forever home! Ginger is green but willing to learn. She still has some trust issues but has come a long way in our program!
Has had extensive training and ready for her forever home!