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Can you help a horse in need?
in 2019 TRRAC accepted 60 horses in its program. In 2020, a worldwide pandemic has caused hardship on horses and owners, causing this number to double. Every day we receive calls for horses in need of a safe place to go. TRRAC hosts up to 30-35 horses at one time. A majority of the horses accepted required specialized care in the form of rehabilitation. Rehabilitation for our horses requires many necessities. We provide specialized and veterinarian recommended supplements, medications, and diagnostic procedures such as x-rays, ultrasounds and frequent vet visits. These requirements are daily. Medications and diagnostics are very costly at times. Can you help a horse in need? Please read below how you can help our mission. Our organization thanks you in advance for your kind contribution to our equine friends.
As our horses receive the best in medical care and health maintenance. Many of our horses are on specialized medications or require bandaging and specialized care. The items in our wish list are well needed everyday items our horses require to stay healthy and comfortable.
No amount is too small to donate.
There is a drop off location on premises here at the farm. We also accept mailed items. If you are dropping off, please call ahead of time. There will be signs to guide you where to drop your items off.
We thank you whole heartedly for your donations.
50 Pound Bag Of Grain: $15-$25
Hoof Trim: $50
Shoes: $100-$300 per horse
Chiropractic Care: $200
Shavings Bedding: $500 weekly
Medications: $200/per horse
Shipping Costs: $100-$500
Soundness Evaluation: $500
Load of hay (Weekly) $950
Feed delivery: $1200 (Weekly)
Surgery & Medical: $2500 - $7500
OUR WISH LIST
Donate physical items we use every day for
our horse's well being.
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We were called to assist BORODINO as his time was running out in a kill pen in a Louisiana lot. With less than 24 hours to ship to Mexico, we were able to raise funds to pull the gelding- but he is far from home. Borodino needs to be shipped to Pennsylvania, where he can enter quarantine and be treated with veterinarian care- which includes X-rays of his right ankle. Borodino's costs have already exceeded $5,000 - this includes bail, quarantine costs, shipping and veterinarian care.