Adopt a Wild Horse Program

help today for a rescued horse to have a better tomorrow

Our mission is to rescue, rehabilitate and provide forever homes for abandoned, abused, discarded, and surrendered horses. Surrendered horses are turned over by owners who can no longer care for them.

Do you love horses too? Adopt a wild horse or wild burro today. You adopt the animal and we care for him or her at our 50-acre forever ranch.

One Time $1500 Adoption Fee includes:

  • 8’x10′ Framed photo of your “adopted” pet
  • You name your pet
  • Sponsor Certificate
  • Name mentioned on Wall of Sponsors
  • Optional Annual Visit & Possible Ride (Animal Permitting)
You adopt and we care for your horse at our 50-acre forever ranch.

Don’t want to adopt a wild horse, but still interested in helping?

Providing a safe and healthy environment for a herd of horses is expensive.

Hay, grains, shavings, training, hoof trimming, shoes, veterinarian fees, vaccinations and supplements add up to around $4,000 per horse per year.

You can help by sponsoring a horse weekly, monthly or yearly.

All sponsors receive recognition on our Wall of Sponsors.

Liberty Park Charities, Inc. is a 501(c)3 nonprofit and your sponsorship may qualify as a charitable deduction for federal income tax purposes. Please consult with your tax adviser or the IRS to determine whether the contribution is deductible.

FAQs

Q-How do I name my horse?

A-After you complete payment you will receive a phone call within 2 hours to confirm your adoption and collect information. If we cannot connect with you via phone, we will send you an email with a questionnaire.

Q-When will I be able to see my horse?

A-You will receive your certificate and picture within 5-7 business days. An appointment to meet your horse will be arranged within 60 days of adoption.

Q-Is there any further payment required after the $1,500.

A-No, $1,500 is the amount to cover wild horse adoption.

Q-Is my adoption tax-deductible?

A- Liberty Park Charities, Inc. is a 501(c)3 nonprofit and your sponsorship may qualify as a charitable deduction for federal income tax purposes. Please consult with your tax adviser or the IRS to determine whether the contribution is deductible.