What Your Sponsorship Provides
Please consider sponsoring one of our "equine counselors." By simply choosing a sponsorship level, you can further ensure quality care for our horses. Your sponsorship will provide aid for the following:
Daily Hay and Grain
Vitamins. Supplements and Wormer
Annual and Booster Vaccinations
Monthly Professional farrier trimming
Annual Equine Dental
All monetary gifts, unless designated otherwise by the giver, are allocated to our general operating fund. This fund is used to pay for program expenses, supplies for activities, meals for partcipants, equipment for participants, horse care, horse equipment and stable and barn maintenance and repair.
Horse Sponsorship Levels
Barn Manager – $200 per month for 12 months
Equine Specialist – $100 per month for 12 months
Cowboy/Cowgirl – $50 per month for 12 months
Wrangler – $25 per month for 12 months
Trainer – $10 per month for 12 months
For surely I know the plans I have for you, says the Lord, plans for your welfare and not for harm, to give you a future with hope.
Sponsor A Horse!
Horses are an integral part of what happens at The King’s Rein. The cost to maintain one horse for a year is approximately $2000.00. We have 14 working equines. This does not include emergency veterinary care or stable and barn maintenance and repairs. Your gifts enable us to continue offering a cost free opportunity to the children, individuals and families who call this their special place. We are profoundly grateful for your kindness and support. It is an honor to have you partnering with us.
A sponsorship agreement in no way entitles sponsor to ownership and/or exclusive privileges in any way to sponsored animal or ranch property. TKR accepts all liability, expressed and/or implied, for sponsored equine. Sponsor has the right to cancel this agreement with a 30 day notice to TKR administration. All monies received from sponsor to date of cancellation remain the property of TKR. Please note that there may be more than one sponsor per equine. This is to ensure that all of our horses are cared for equally, as the funds go into an account to support our whole herd.