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Anyone, anywhere can sponsor one of our equines on the Available for Adoption page and Resident Horses lists posted below.
Our goal is to have every horse sponsored, until they find their new home. Please consider being a sponsor for one of our wonderful horses or donkeys by submitting a Sponsor Form
Do you have a birthday, anniversary, graduation or any special occasion coming up and have no idea what to do when it comes to a gift? This is a great way to honor your friend or companion!!
As a sponsor, your name and the gift recipient's name will appear on our "Available for Adoption" page next to the horse you choose to sponsor. One month or ongoing sponsorships are welcome.
If you wish to use your sponsorship to promote your business, we will provide your business name, telephone number and address on our sponsor info at the end of the "Available for Adoption" page. We will provide this information for as long as you wish to contribute.
All sponsorships and donations are tax-deductible so sponsor a horse for a friend as a gift by submitting your Sponsor Form today!
Some of the equines at Give Me A Chance Equine Rescue cannot be adopted out, either due to legal reasons or physical/behavioral problems or special circumstances.
They need sponsors to help with their daily care.
Blackjack was attacked by a jack at his previous home and was seriously injured. He has fully recovered and has kept such a good disposition through hard times that we will keep him as the "greeter" at the ranch. Blackjack loves to talk . . . er, bray!
Blackjack is being sponsored by Dana Byrd of Bryant, AR in memory of Ralph and Ann Hall's horse, Sparkle of Bryant, AR
Strike For Richard is a 15-year-old Thoroughbred gelding who came to Give Me A Chance Equine Rescue with a pulled suspensory ligament. The ligament has healed but he has developed ringbone which is a hard swelling that partially encircles the pastern. Ringbone can have a variety of causes (we are not sure why Richard developed it) and may or may not cause the horse to become unrideable. Richard i
Spice is a very sweet mare that is completely blind. Sponsor Spice
Spice has been "adopted" by Bill and Mary Hall of Dardanelle, AR.
Cherokee is a splashy, sweet blind mare that loves attention. Sponsor Cherokee
Cherokee is being sponsored by Jennifer and David Williams of the Manchester Community.
Black Beauty came in with Cherokee and is also blind. Sponsor Black Beauty
Ms. Nelda Finn of Millington, TN made a gift memorial to sponsor Black Beauty in honor of Mr. Joe Craig, in memory of a dear friend.
Miss Mary is a BLM mustang mare that is blind. She is estimated to be around 14 years old.
Miss Mary is being sponsored by Margaret Adams, Little Rock, AR
Your support and contributions will enable us to meet our goals and improve conditions. Your generous donation will fund our mission.