This little grey is named Trooper. He was rescued several months ago. He is skittish still, but much better than he was. Once he warms up to you he loves being brushed down and being fed treats. If you would like to sponsor Trooper scroll to the bottom and check out the levels we have and how to sponsor!
Annie Oakley is our beautiful pony that we rescued recently. She loves her treats for sure. She came from a recent rescue like the others. She knows no stranger and seems to have a bottomless stomach!! Such a lover! Look below to find out how to sponsor this little lady!
Phoenix has such a unique story. She came from the same rescue effort as the others, but unlike the others she actually died and then was brought back. This goes to show just how bad the living situations were. She has come a long way. She started out as nothing, but skin and bones. With eating the right food she is slowly putting on her much needed weight. Look at the bottom for how to sponsor
Blaze came in with the rest of the horses, but we could tell right away that there was something different about this sweet guy. Peaceful from the beginning the only time you see him get super excited is feeding time. Loves to be brushed down and gives tons of kisses to say thank you! If you would like to sponsor this sweet boy scroll to the bottom and learn more!
Scout is the youngest of the group. He was recently weaned from his mother and thanks to her tireless care of him and making sure he was fed he is the best off of the lot. He is a sweet boy that is just a little rough looking. He loves having therapy kids come out to see him and getting to love on them. If you would like to sponsor Scout scroll to the bottom to learn more!
With the high cost of hay and feed, along with medical, dental and farrier expenses, sponsoring a horse helps us continue to care for our horses in need. It costs about $5 per day to feed a horse and WMO Ranch is home to 7 animals at the moment. This number fluctuates depending on how many we are asked to rescue.
There are many people who contribute to the recovery and care of our horses. Each has a distinct and critical role.
Our dedicated volunteers provide daily food and water. They muck the stalls and pastures while providing a dose of TLC.
Sponsorship makes it financially possible for WMOR to provide for these horses and keep them safe. Our sponsors make a monthly contribution to the care of a specific horse. These donations go directly toward the expenses for that particular animal. Sponsorships put a dent in the care and feed costs for each horse, and one of our goals is to secure a sponsor for each horse we care for at Walker-Mong Opportunity Ranch.
Sponsorship is one excellent way to get involved for people who can’t volunteer.
We are always in need of sponsors for our incoming rescues and the recurring donation amount can be any amount you choose.
Sponsors help free up funds to help rescue and rehabilitate more horses.
You get the joy of helping a specific horse without a commitment. Our Sponsor program is a month to month donation so you can stop at any time.
We are a 501(c)3 Non-Profit, so your sponsorship is considered a donation and is tax deductible.
If you’re interested in sponsoring a horse click the hose photo to the right to be directed to our donation page where you can sign up for your monthly or even one time sponsorship.