Equestrian Properties Make Dreams Come True
for Horses and People!
Houses for Horses is our named grant program for a special group of horse property owners who are committed to not only preserving open space for horses but also safeguarding the comfort and dignity of America's horses throughout their lives.
Horse properties come in all shapes and sizes - any percentage of the sale prices of horse properties provides much needed funding to protect America's horses and make the ability of horses to empower, teach and heal available to more people.
Many horses are only one unfortunate placement away from a tragic situation. Houses for Horses helps ensure that horses continue to flourish not just as athletes, but also as companions, teachers and healers.
The Michael and Kerry Gaynor Houses for Horses Grant
The infatuation with horses usually begins at an early age with a pony ride, but for Mike Gaynor, it was much later in life.
When he first saw the Central Park Rangers, a unit of full-time and seasonal uniformed mounted police officers who enforce parks department rules and regulations, on patrol, Mike became a volunteer ranger too and, with his wife Kerry, set out to have their own horses!
Being 6'4", the logical choice was Clydesdales. They chose the Wolffer Estate Stables in Sagaponack, New York, to be home for their Clydesdales, Mike, Ike and Sam.
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Ways to Give
Equine charities seeking financial support from the EQUUS Foundation undergo a comprehensive and unique verification process to ensure donor confidence in the charities selected to receive financial support each year.
A select group of charities operating at the highest levels of horse care are designated as Houses for Horses Grant Recipients each year by the EQUUS Foundation Board of Directors.
Houses for Horses grants may be named by the donors in honor of a family member, friend, associate, or in the memory of a loved one or a loved equine companion. Houses for Horses donors may elect to give Unrestricted or Field of Interest grants.
An Unrestricted donation is one that may be used to provide financial support to any of the grant or scholarship recipients deemed worthy of award by the Board of Directors of the EQUUS Foundation.
Field-of-interest donations are ones where the donors may designate a particular area of charitable interest for the award of a grant, such as programs focused on improving the quality of life of horses, or programs providing opportunities for horses to impact people's lives, especially people with special needs. We will work with you to define your specific interest.