A percentage of all net proceeds are donated to help rescue and rehome horses in need.

At checkout, you will have the chance to direct 10% to 15% percent of the net profit to a specific rescue.  If you choose to spread it among them all on an equal basis, the donation percentage is 15%



Beech Brook Farm
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 www.beechbrookfarm.webs.com - located in North Stonington, Connecticut


Beech Brook Farm Equine Rescue, founded in 2007, aims to save equines from neglect and abusive situations and transition them to loving forever homes while also providing beneficial equestrian experiences for special needs youth/adults, at-risk youth and mainstream youth. Since its inception in 2007, BBFER has taken in over 120 horses, donkeys and minis, and has placed over 105 of them in forever homes. Please visit their web page to see their success stories!


Directed purchase: 10% of sale's profit



Dorset Equine Rescue - www.dorsetequinerescue.org - located in East Dorset, Vermont

The Dorset Equine Rescue’s mission is to rescue, rehabilitate, and re-home abused, neglected, and slaughter-bound horses of all breeds and sizes. DER provides a safe, loving, and caring home, including all needed medical care, to every rescued horse. Once ready for their forever family, each horse is carefully placed in a pre-screened and qualified home. The Dorset Equine Rescue strives to educate the community about all matters of horse care, health, and advocacy to continuously improve the long-honored and time-tested human-equine partnership.


The Dorset Equine Rescue was started in 2012 when founder Jen Soderberg Straub heard a news story about 38 abused and starving miniature horses that were up for adoption just outside Boston. She adopted two and brought them to her backyard barn in Vermont. She didn’t know it at the time but her life was forever changed. After months of rehabilitating them back to health, she took on the commitment to expand her rescue efforts. Please visit the website to read about DER's success stories!


Directed purchase: 10% of sale's profit



MSPCA at Nevins Farm -
www.mspca.org  - located in Methuen, Massachusetts
 

The MSPCA at Nevins Farm is one of three Massachusetts Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals facilities in Massachusetts.  Situated on more than 55 rolling acres in Methuen, MA, Nevins Farm is a unique property that incorporates an animal care & adoption facility for small animals, an Equine Center for horses and other farm animals (one of the only open door facilities in the country), a nationally recognized Equine Safety & Ambulance Program,  the MSPCA Humane Education Program (including a popular Summer Camp and after school program), Canine Training, and the Hillside Acre Pet Loss Services (which includes burial and cremation services for animals).  Nevins Farm cares for over 6,000 animals each year, from hamsters to horses, and receives no funding from any state or federal agency.  The animals and programs of Nevins Farm are supported with private donations from caring individuals, and the special events held throughout the year.

The Farm has roots in the very origins of the American humane movement.  George T. Angell founded the MSPCA in 1868 following a notorious incident of animal abuse in which two horses were raced to their deaths.  Harriet Nevins helped further Angell’s mission by donating Nevins Farm to the MSPCA in 1917 as an equine rest and retirement home.  It has since grown to be one of the only facilities of its kind.


Directed purchase: 10% of sale's profit




The Center for America's First Horse -
www.centerforamericasfirsthorse.org - located in Johnson, Vermont

The Center for America's First Horse focuses on preserving and saving Spanish Mustangs. It has become the home to the most diverse group in the eastern United States, showcasing a variety of rare strains, colors and bloodlines. The CAFH opened in 2010 with a vision of helping horses and humans. Director, Stephanie Lockhart, was struck by the powerful effect of horses helping people and in particular, children. Subsequently, the Center has witnessed that children interacting with horses is one of the powerful ways to raise happy, emotionally mature well-adjusted youth. The Center offers equine programs that utilize the relationship building skills of natural horsemanship and the power of herd dynamics to empower people of all ages. Located on 70 acres, CAFH provides a relaxed yet professional setting for ages and level of horsemanship.


Directed purchase: 10% of sale's profit


Brooke USA - www.brookeusa.org - headquartered in Lexington, Kentucky

Brooke USA supports programs to improve the welfare of working horses, donkeys, and mules in developing countries, primarily through Brooke – the world’s largest international equine welfare charity operating across Asia, Africa, the Middle East and Central America, providing free veterinary intervention for animals and training for their owners and service providers to ensure long-term welfare improvements.  Working equines in the developing world are laboring in harsh conditions in places where many people earn less than one dollar a day. Through free veterinary hospitals and hundreds of mobile veterinary units in crowded cities and remote villages, last year alone Brooke reached a record two million equines, benefitting 12 million of the world’s poorest people.

Brooke’s practical, sustainable, scientifically proven programs bring immediate relief from suffering, while ensuring that future generations of animals and the livelihoods of their owners will also improve. Programs include prevention and treatment of wounds and diseases, stable management, non-violent handling techniques, the benefits of vaccinations, proper harnessing techniques, and nutrition. Brooke works tirelessly to end harmful practices such as beatings and traditional "healing" methods like mutilation and firing.

Additionally, since more than two thirds of poor livestock keepers are women (approximately 400 million), Brooke also reaches out in communities where women and children are the primary equine caregivers to provide support to improve the lives of the animals on which they depend.


Directed purchase: 15% of sale's profit


Horse Plus Humane Society - www.horseplushumanesociety.org - headquartered in Hohanwald, Tennessee


Horse Plus Humane Society began as NorCal Equine Rescue in 2003. It was founded by Tawnee Preisner and her husband Jason in 2003 in California. Since then, their operation has undergone a multi-state expansion and a name change. Their goal is to prevent abuse, needless suffering, and slaughter of horses, through auction rescue, owner surrender, and when necessary, seizure. They will also help any other animal that is in need if it is possible. 

They shelter, rehabilitate and adopt into loving homes hundreds of animals a year (mostly horses). They are the nation’s largest open door shelter for horses meaning they will take any horse that is unwanted regardless of its condition.

They’ve established ground breaking programs to help horses in need.  Some of these programs had never been done before.  The programs included Safe Surrender Site, Last Act of Kindness, Low Cost Gelding, the Extreme Rescue Makeover and the 1-Day Open Door Shelter for Horses.

In 2014, Horse Plus Humane Society opened a branch shelter in Norman, OK. This shelter is in the heart of kill buyer country.  Kill buyers fill up their trailers and make the short trip into Texas where the horses are then shipped on to Mexico for slaughter.

In 2015, Horse Plus Humane Society opened a 3rd shelter in Tennessee. Tennessee is home to the Tennessee Walking Horses.  Tawnee has become very involved in exposing the horror of the Tennessee Walking Horse industry and the practices used to achieve the gait these horses are famous for.

In 2015 the State of California recognized the Preisners and Horse Plus Humane Society, for their accomplishment in serving the horses of California in an award presentation.

Since 2003, Horse Plus Humane Society has saved over 4,000 animals, mostly horses.


Directed purchase: 10% of sale's profit