Since 2004, Unbridled has protected and saved the lives of Thoroughbreds. The most meaningful gift that you can offer is that of monthly support to help us financially meet the needs of necessary basic care. At Unbridled, we honor the lives of our Sanctuary Horses with a dignified home for their 30-year-plus natural lifespan.
The real stories of our redeemed Horses represent the plight of tens of thousands of Thoroughbreds who are annually slaughtered. Our Horses are companions, friends, and teachers who connect, educate and embolden all who dare to listen to reconsider the true worth of a Thoroughbred.
Our Sanctuary Horses are symbolically adoptable through sponsorship
100% OF SPONSORSHIP GOES TO THE DIRECT NEEDS OF YOUR CHOSEN HORSE
We are funded entirely through donations and operate on a modest budget with utmost efficiency to keep our Horses healthy and happy. If you believe in the mission of Unbridled we need your help. The annual expense of necessary care of each Horse at Unbridled is $6,000.
Any monthly recurring increment helps:
Every day each Horse consumes 15 to 20 lbs. of grain and 1/2 bale of hay. These are fixed costs. Whatever you can do to help is gratefully accepted and we promise that when you visit oodles of huggles and smoozzles will greet you at the gate.
Unbridled Thoroughbreds are respected as an individuals with their own unique mental, physical and emotional needs.
We allow the personality, proclivities, and evolving preferences of each horse to dictate how we can provide their best and most enjoyable natural life.
We transition and re-home suitable horses through adoption, and we provide sanctuary for senior and special needs horses.
For any horse in our care who is terminally ill or injured, we facilitate a dignified, gentle, and peaceful end-of-life passage.
Recognizing the agency, autonomy, intelligence, and moral status of equine is our true passion and the ethos that guides all of our work.
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