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Navajo, 46 years old

"A good man will take care of his horses and dogs, not only when they are young, but also when they are old and past service."  By Plutarch
 
The permanent residents will remain at the sanctuary for the rest of their lives.  Some have reached the age of 30 or older and others have illnesses that preclude them from being placed in new homes.
 
 
 

 
Aurora,  40-year-old American Quarter Horse mare.  
Arrived November 4, 2012. 
Seedy toe, thrush, under weight.

Click on the photo to learn Aurora's story.

 

Baby, 30 year-old American Saddlebred mare. 
Arrived April 15, 2012

Click on the photo to learn more about Baby.

The judge refused to view
the evidence in Baby's case but her previous owner has relinquished
her to HPS in order to prevent the case from going to a higher
court.

Legacy, 25-year-old American Saddlebred gelding.  Recurrent Airway Obstruction. 

Click on the photo to learn more about Legacy.

 
Breeze, 26-year-old Thoroughbred mare.
Arrived September 30, 2010. 
Insulin Resistant.  Laminitis.  Missing left eye. 
Liver issues. 

Click on the photo to learn Breeze's story.

Commodore, 25-year-old Paint gelding.
   Injury to neck causing neurological condition.
 Rescued May 27, 2011. 

Click on the photo to learn more about Commodore.

   

Spirit, 37-year-old Arabian gelding.  Rescued 2005.

Learn more about Spirit by clicking on his photo.

Cree,  31-year-old Appendix-Quarter Horse gelding.  Abandoned & starved.  
Rescued July 2, 2012.
Treated for EPM.

Click on the photo to learn more about Cree.

Please consider becoming an Angel Sponsor for one of the many horses at the sanctuary for as little as $20 per month or more!  As an Angel Sponsor, you are welcome to come and spend time with your horse on any Saturday from 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm.
The average cost for HPS to care for a horse is over $250 per month.  The Angel Sponsors aid HPS to take care of the horses.

Important Note:  Once you log into your Paypal account to donate, please look for where it says "Donation intent" and click on the "+" sign.   In this space, please make a note of where we should apply your much appreciated donation! 

Horse Protection Society
2135 Miller Road, China Grove NC 28023
501(c)3 nonprofit