Coyote Hills Equine Rescue & Therapeutic Riding, inc

Non-Profit Partners
SPONSOR A HORSE

DUKE

DUKE AVAILABLE FOR SPONSOR Just arrived 12/13/15
 JUMP IN AT THE BEGINNING OF RESCUE

 
Rescued December 2015. Duke needs a loving sponsor! He will be a gorgeous palomino when he is rehabilitated! A former barrel horse!
 
Get in on the very beginning of this rescue horse. See him daily, weekly, monthly at the ranch or just through the website and/or facebook! He needs to know someone cares!

GRACE

Grace the day she was rescued
Grace being ridden by a ranch volunteer
GRACE AVAILABLE FOR SPONSORSHIP OR ADOPTION
Grace is a sweetheart. You've come a long way, Gracie Girl!

TROOPER SPONSOR ONLY

SMOKE AND DAKOTA

Dakota Sponsored. Smoke needs sponsor!

Smoke and Dakota Day of Rescue

These brothers came to the ranch together. Their story and sponsorship coming soon.
Dakota sponsored

WHISTLE JACK

Whistle Jack and Annie Oakley. Half brother and sister born one day apart. Half Arabian. More information coming soon
 

Available for Adoption or Sponsorship

ANNIE OAKLEY

Available for Adoption or Sponsorship

DAISY MAE

Sponsored!!!

KATIE

Katie's story
coming soon
KATIE SPONSORED!!!!
Congratulations to Katie for getting a human for Christmas! Bob and Katie together. At this pic, December 2015, the two have had a few rides together! They are quickly bonding.

Hershey sponsor only

Fancy sponsor only

CHANCE

BUDDY

JOLLY

Jolly with her new human
Amazing! This picture was taken not long after this horse gained a sponsor! They just seem to know when they are loved!
JOLLY SPONSORED!!!!
  1. Horse Sponsorship
    Pays for the horse to stay at Coyote Hills site.
  2. Feed the Horses
    Buy feed at Planter supply or Lauderdale County Farm Supply and donate to Coyote Hills Equine Rescue. They will let us know we have feed to pick up.
  3. Horse Adoption
    For horses to be adopted, your site must be approved.
  4. Saddle UP Rides
    Coming Soon
  5. Horse Grooming
    This is a good way to just get familiar with being around horses. Maybe you are interested or have a child interested but don't won't to make a big commitment. Come on out and let us show you grooming, then go from there.
  6. Volunteering
    There is so much that needs to be done all the time. All horses must be fed twice daily, watered, given hay, and stalls need mucking. Repairs are a part of life at a ranch. Horses need to be groomed and ridden on a regular basis.