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Horses Forever

Because Every Horse Has Something to Give

Horses Forever

Because Every Horse Has Something to Give

In Kind Donations

There are many ways to donate that would help the Horses in so many ways. Our wish list is:

  • We have a wonderful old  (1952 vintage) three-point, Massey Ferguson  tractor that needs some maintenance and refurbishing.  Finding a mechanic that will work on it is the first priority!

  • Need lumber materials for rebuilding fences that have been slowly demolished, over the years, by inquisitive horses.  The list includes sturdy fence posts, boards, etc.  (Contact us for more specifics.)

  • Pasture shelters - We would like to construct several three-sided shelters, in the fields, for bad weather.

  • Work Day participants to help repair fences, work on organizing barn, etc.

Donations and Contributions

Your donation may be tax deductible.
We are a 501(c)(3) corporation.

There are a number of ways for you to donate to Horses Forever and we deeply appreciate any contribution you are willing to make. Your dollars go directly to the acquisition and care of horses in need. Moneies donated go directly to cover grain, hay, veterinarians, equipment fuel, hoof trimmings, trainers, office supplies, utilities, and insurance.

We accept payments by check and through PayPal (you can use your credit card through this on-line service). You may choose to make a one-time donation or make an on-going contribution through our "Sponsor-a-Horse" program.

By Check

To send a donation via check, please click here for a donation form. Print and mail it with your check.


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Thank You!

This is our opportunity to recognize all those that have helped Horses Forever, over the past year, either monetarily or “in kind”.

Paul Deeter
Roy Bridgewater
American Saddlebred Horse Association -  The Bruce Hanson Equine Welfare Grant
Colorado Horse Development Authority
Colorado Unwanted Horse Alliance
Nelson Road Veterinary Clinic
Finesse Farms – Nancy Goodwin (foster home)

Lisa Binse
Jan and Jack Bloss (trainer)
Pam Bond-Simmons
Boulder County Horse Association
Rosemary Bruce
Kathy Castro – “Santana Center” (foster home)
Carly Cipolla - CU work day
Colorado American Saddlebred Horse Assoc.
Sherri Cooper
Countryside Large Animal Veterinary Clinic
Steven & Ilene Crabb - In honor of “Sara” our volunteer
Ida Hall
Kayla Hamilton - CU work day
Haselbush Family Farm
Cynthia Hecht
J J Hoffman
Kai Hospodar
Dolly Krieger (foster home)
Phoebe Lile - CU work day
Lyons Fire Protection District (Large Animal Rescue Lift - LAL)
Aubrey Menich - CU work day
Daniel Mendoza
Keith Morris - work day
Michelle Nequette, CNBF (farrier)
Andrew and Steven Peckham - CU work day
Gretchen Peckham (webmaster)
Sara Peckham
Sandy Rabinowitz (logo)
Rocky Mountain Carriage Club
Rocky Mountain Horse Rescue
Dr. David Sievers, DVM
Roberta Stone

And last but not least ~ the Board of Directors of Horses Forever

Pam Bond-Simmons
Penny Colyer
Paul Deeter
Shirley Hoffman
Gretchen Peckham
Dr. Steven Benscheidt, DVM, Consultant
Special Friend: Marge Mullen