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How it works

  • By sponsoring a mustang you can ensure that your chosen horse will be supported, and Skydog can become home to many more Mustangs in danger.
  •  Annual sponsorship for a horse of your choice is 100 dollars a month and for that you can visit us and meet the horse you are sponsoring and spend some time hanging out with them, taking photographs and asking questions of our staff.
  • You can elect bi-weekly updates on the horse you choose, where you will receive pictures by email or text to see how they are doing. You can also do a partial sponsorship of 50 dollars per month and share your horse with another person.  
  • For now we are sponsoring one horse per person until all the horses have their own special person. 

THERE ARE 58 HORSES HERE AT SKYDOG AS WELL AS 9 DONKEYS WHO ALL NEED SPONSORSHIP - THIS IS A LIST OF MUSTANGS AT SKYDOG SANCTUARY AND YOU CAN GO AND SEE THEM AND THEIR STORIES ON OUR FACEBOOK PAGE TO FIND OUT MORE ABOUT THEM

RESCUED MUSTANGS


DONKEYS

Read and his halter injury - loved and happy here at Skydog 

Read and his halter injury - loved and happy here at Skydog 

Sponsor READ

SPONSORED :) BY LINDA - and we couldn't be happier

READ has been with us for 12 months and is already a favorite with our followers some of which alerted us to his presence in a kill pen in Oklahoma.  Read has one of the worst halter injuries we have ever seen.  His nasal passages are completely open to the elements and he has two large holes in his face.  If you sponsor this special horse you will get a monthly email about him with photographs and news of him as well as a VIP tour of Skydog with one of our great members of staff to answer questions about him and to meet him in person.

Ireland with her friend Daisy behind her x

Ireland with her friend Daisy behind her x

SPONSOR IRELAND

Ireland was found in Fallon feedlot said to be heavily pregnant.  We  found a private buyer for her which fell through at the last minute so we fundraised to save her and bring her to Skydog.  Her best friend that she was rounded up with as a foal LUNA was rescued by another organization who then deemed her unfit for adoption so we took her too and reunited them forever. To donate for Ireland or Luna please press the button below and receive monthly newsletters about her as well as photographs never posted of her.  Ireland is 1200 dollars annually to feed.

Sooty and her foal Sheldon

Sooty and her foal Sheldon

SPONSOr one of the mares with foals

You can sponsor Aerial and foal Whisper, Goldie and foal Mariah, Priscilla and her foal Dalton.   Winter and her foals Blizzard and Wilder with Sooty and her foal Sheldon were saved as part of the biggest horse rescue in US history when over 900 horses were rescued from a failed sanctuary ISPMB in South Dakota.  These mustangs were wormy, starving, their feet needed care and attention and all the mares were pregnant as they had been exposed to stallions for all their lives.  They need ongoing care and attention and extra food and shots for their babies.  To sponsor any of our mare foal pairs please donate 1200 dollars annually and you will get a VIP visit to Skydog to meet your horses and spend time being around them and getting to know them.

Otis running with his friend Kennedy - both horses were rescued from a kill pen in Washington 

Otis running with his friend Kennedy - both horses were rescued from a kill pen in Washington 

OTIS 

Otis went through Eugene Livestock Auction and as an 18 year old broke to ride mustang who was bomb proof and really well trained we thought for sure he would be safe and bought by a private buyer.  But sadly that night was dead of winter and nobody was there to bid but the kill buyer.  He was taken that night to a feedlot from where he would he been shipped straight to slaughter.  He wasn't even given a number as he was going to be loaded straight on the truck without being advertised.  BUT we were right behind him and, after much persuasion, had him out of there within a couple of days.  He didn't get sick as a result and after a month of quarantine he was out with a new herd and a new life.  He is in a huge pasture with three other riding horses at Skydog and we can hop on him to ride fences or check trails and he is just the most well mannered and nice to ride horse here.  He spends most of his time running free around the ranch and enjoying semi retirement other than to get hugged and petted by every visitor we have as his herd is situated near the barn.  We are so lucky to have him with us.