FROM THE HORSES MOUTH………….!
Hi there! My name is Blessing. I can’t tell you very much about myself, but my paperwork from Sugar Creek says I’m a thoroughbred. My DNA results reported that I was an undetermined breed, but I was told my DNA is very unique! I became the first ministry horse and helped model the equine program. I’m playful, love the children, I play with hula hoops, and as soon as I see your camera I will stop and pose for a picture!
My name is Grace and I’m a registered Morgan. I was a broodmare then I went for training before I joined the ministry team. I had foundered many years earlier so some of my activities are limited. I have a BIG heart and I love the children. I teach the children patience, but I’m told I don’t have any! That’s so silly isn’t it?!! I love attention and I love being groomed!
***** I'm sad to announce that Grace passed away on October 28, 2018. We are grateful for the 10 years she was with us. She is greatly missed and loved by many. *****
My name is Faith and I’m a registered Standard Bred. I was undefeated on the track then I became a broodmare of six! I went for training and then I became blind six months after I joined the ministry team. I may be blind but I’m very calm and gentle. I LOVE the children, their attention, and being groomed!
My name is Wisdom, I’m a registered Quarter Horse, a level two dressage horse and I love to be worked. I’m here for the more advanced riders, however I will give “pony rides”. I am very sweet and kind, but I’m also very serious and professional when you are riding me. I love the children and prefer you pet my face and neck only. I enjoy being outside where I can dig holes in the outdoor riding arena and play in the rain water that collects there, splashing in the mud!
My name is Mercy and we believe I'm a Miniature horse/Shetland pony mix. I’m loveable and adorable! I love the children and all the attention they give me. I love being groomed and having my mane braided. I play ground games with the children while helping them learn to communicate with me. I have a saddle and a bareback pad that is just my size so I can give the smaller children “pony rides”.
Now that you know us, would you please consider becoming a HORSE SPONSOR?
Your horse sponsorship would cover the daily expenses to care for us which includes hay, feed, dental & veterinary care, vaccinations, medical care, medical supplies/ necessities, the farrier, our bedding expense, and any other urgent necessities needed for our care as they may arise.
There are many benefits you can experience when you sponsor a horse! You will receive recognition on Facebook, the website, receive a certificate or plaque with your name or company name, the dates and year of your sponsorship, and the name of the horse you sponsored. The certificate or plaque will be displayed on the horses stall during the time of your sponsorship, then your certificate or plaque will be presented to you at our annual family celebration (which will be held in the indoor riding arena once it is built) where you will receive recognition of your generous contribution. A letter for monetary contributions are mailed in January for your tax purposes.
You will find the expense to care for just one of us to be listed below.
Full Year Sponsorship - $4000.00
Half Year Sponsorship - $2000.00
One Month Sponsorship - $350.00
A junior horse sponsorship program for the children is now available.
Please contact us for further information.
You can also sponsor a rider!
Full Year Sponsorship for one student - $2000.00
Half Year Sponsorship for one student - $1000.00
One Month Sponsorship for one student - $200.00
THANK-YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT AND FOR HELPING US HELP OTHERS!!