Sponsoring a horse is a unique opportunity to impact the ministry by directly helping one of our horses. Your generous donation will help provide for hay, supplements, medical treatment, rehabilitation, training, fence supplies, equipment and other costs that are directly associated with the care of your sponsored horse.
Regardless of the amount, your donation to Stable Days will help provide much needed care for our horses. The horses are at the very core of what we do here at Stable Days Youth Ranch. The spirit of our horses inspire the children who visit the Ranch, and the children in turn do their part to help care for the needs of the horses. These horses by simply being who they were created to be, are an instrumental part of our sessions!
A few of our horses have physical disabilities, some have medical needs, some scare easy, some are bossy , some are in need of learning to trust and they all, just like our kids, want to be loved and cared for.
Sponsorship dollars are used to keep our 4 legged friends happy and ready to make a difference in the lives of the kiddos they meet and serve though our mentoring programs.
The nurturing and caring of this herd is a privilege and one of our highest priorities. By choosing to JOIN THE HERD, you can further ensure quality care for our horses as well as a continued cost free opportunity for the children who participate in this unique program.
Hay is not just for horses! It's also for sheep and donkeys. Finn and Norma Jean, our two mini Sicilian Donkeys, are also in need of sponsors, and if you'd prefer to join a flock instead of a herd, consider friending a sheep, Penelope, Ewestas and Lily would love to have you join their team.
We are happy to accept any amount from our sponsors, but we do ask that you commit to a regular monthly donation for a minimum of 12 months.
As a sponsor you are welcome to set up an appointment and come out to say HAY! And if you would like to groom or care for your sponsored horse, donkey or sheep we would be glad to train you!
Pictures of Bess, Betty, Luke and the rest of the 4 legged ranch hands are are coming soon!