Helping to save horses by supporting rescues is a gift that benefits many. There are many thousands of equines that suffer abuse and neglect, and they often end up slaughter bound. The need for, and demand, on horse rescues is overwhelming.
I have added this page for the sole reason that I’m a strong believer in giving back to the universe and my heart and soul’s desire is to support animal rescues. So, Here are some of the organizations that I enjoy supporting, including horse rescues, a wild horse refuge, and a wild horse preserve.
It warms my heart to help horse rescues. Rescues are so vitally important and desperately needed. One of the biggest challenges of running horse rescues is acquiring enough funding to maintain the rescues and having the ability to continually rescue more equines in need.
In the U.S. we ship over 100,000 horses to slaughter each year, which translates into one horse being sent to slaughter every 5 minutes.
Please consider supporting a rescue, lives depend on kind folks such as yourself stepping up and helping out. Thank you!!
Welcome to Saffyre Sanctuary, the most unique horse rescue in the country! Please continue to visit our site for new updates about our organization and the lives we save! Our Mission: To Rescue and Rehabilitate Horses, and Heal the World We Share!
At Spring Creek Horse Rescue, we are dedicated to providing a second chance for abused, neglected, outgrown and unwanted equines of all breeds. We are a 100% Anti-Slaughter Rescue that emphasizes the rehabilitation and placement of horses into loving, forever homes. We also help educate the public on better horse care, handling and nutrition, providing hay for our neighbors who are unable to feed their horses.
Return to Freedom provides a safe haven to almost 400 wild horses including 29 burros. With roundups on-going, the sanctuary fills a vital niche to meet the immediate needs of rescue and sanctuary for wild horses and burros, while providing a venue to educate the public about America’s wild horses and burros and solutions to protect them in viable free ranging herds for future generations.
The mission of United Pegasus Foundation is to identify abused and/or neglected equines, help to rehabilitate them, facilitate adoptions and educate the public regarding the need to help these horses.
The United Pegasus Foundation believes that no thoroughbred should be denied a second career or a dignified retirement.
Although this is not a rescue, I wish to provide awareness and support for these majestic horses. There are about 100 of these beauties, and they have been observed feral in the Tehachapi Mountains, near where I live, for about 100 years.
Due to ongoing drought conditions, and a disastrous wildfire in 2011, there is not enough food for this herd in the wild. Friends of the Oak Creek Horses provide feed, medical care, gelding, and adoptions, in order to help this herd sustain itself.
I personally have adopted one of these amazing horses, his name is Justin Morgan and you can follow his story on Youtube at:
Supporting horse rescues. Helping out horse non-profits. Donating to equine organizations.