Stepping Out for America's Horses

Choose your favorite from among these inspirational equines representing EQUUS Foundation Guardians!

on , sponsored by , will specifically benefit the equines of participating EQUUS Foundation Guardian charities.

It's easy to participate! Just select your favorite horse from among the participating EQUUS Foundation Guardian charities that you wish to digitally "sponsor" and register!

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Learn more about our participating Guardian charities in the West North Central Region:
Dynamic Strides Therapy INC
HETRA - Heartland Equine Therapeutic Riding Academy
Rainbow Meadows Equine Rescue and Retirement, Inc.
Ride On St. Louis, Inc.
This Old Horse, Inc.

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Beth Dutton
Dynamic Strides Therapy INC (West North Central)
Beth was bound for slaughter, being kept in a mud lot with no access to food, water, or shelter. Part of our "Ponies with Purpose" mission is to give life and purpose to horses that are no longer able to do the job they once did. While her care is more extensive than our other program horses, we are dedicated to giving Beth all the love and care she deserves. When she is ready, she will repay us ten-fold by joining our herd providing life changing therapy to the children we serve.
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HETRA - Heartland Equine Therapeutic Riding Academy (West North Central)
Smokey, with participant, Sydney
Smokey is a retired Omaha Mounted Patrol horse who traded in his fast-paced life for gentler reins with our participants, such as Sydney. Partnering with Smokey has helped Sydney to become stronger both mentally and physically. Riding him always brightens her day.
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Rainbow Meadows Equine Rescue and Retirement, Inc. (West North Central)
Winrischa (meaning Tall Oak) was found in a small Kansas community. When local authorities would not take action against the neglectful owners, Rainbow Meadows stepped up to find a donor who would pay the demanded price for the 5-month-old colt: $1000. It was highway robbery. But we could not walk away from this baby in need. From starving and orphaned to thriving and beloved, Rainbow Meadows provides safe haven to horses in need.
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Ride On St. Louis, Inc. (West North Central)
A picture's worth a thousand nickers! Retired from equine-assisted services, Style enjoys socializing with his herd mates, going on walks, and rolling in the grass—he is an expert roller! In service, Style was always considerate and showed his commitment to accommodate many abilities, needs and personalities. We are so lucky to be able to give Style a happy retirement, and appreciate his service helping children and adults improve their quality of life.
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This Old Horse, Inc. (West North Central)
Spike had a rough life for a little guy. He was starved and mistreated before being rescued by a kind person whose circumstances changed and she needed to find him a new home. So he started a new chapter of his life with This Old Horse. Spike is 23 year old, chocolate miniature horse who prefers the company of horses to that of people. Which is just fine because he has found his safe and happy place with a little posse that includes a pony named Pixie, a miniature mule named Jim and a one-eyed miniature mare named Fodie B. Sometimes when a horse has experienced trauma at the hands of humans, we let the herd do the work to make them feel safe. And brave. Spike is doing great, is easy to have around as long as he can see his little friends are there with him. We all need somebody to lean on.
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