Sponsorships and Donations

The H.O.R.S.E. Center would like to thank our sponsors and donors for their generosity because without them we would not be where we are today.


  • CR Ranch
  • JD Horses
  • Catherine and Wyatt Trust
  • Spur D LLC
  • Permian Basin Area Foundation
  • Bryon H. and Elizabeth Greaves Charitable Fund of Permian Basin Area Foundation


Sponsor a Horse or Llama:

Horses and Llamas cost quite a bit to upkeep. Help the H.O.R.S.E. Center by sponsoring one of our friends for a month, quarter or year!
Horse or Llama Sponsorships:
Month: $600
Quarter: $1,800
Year: $100,000 (just kidding) The H.O.R.S.E. Center appreciates any donations to help with our Equine partners upkeep.

Sponsor a Program or Client:

The H.O.R.S.E. Center enjoys the opportunities of working with other non-profits in our area ( including High Sky Children’s Ranch, S.H.A.R.E. and Agape Counseling Services) as well as private clients.

Program & Client Sponsorships:
Month: $150 per person per hour
Quarter: $750 per person
Year: $100,000 (just kidding) We appreciate all donations to help ensure that anyone who wants to participate can afford to do so. Let us know if you have a sponsorship idea that is not described here.

Spa Day for a Horse or Llama:

Our hoofed friends love special treatment and pampering including visits from the massage therapist/chiropractor, Certified Farrier, and Speciality Training Schools.

Horse or Llama  Spa Sponsorships:
Month: $250 per Horse or Llama
Quarter: $750 per Horse or Llama
Year: $100,000 (just kidding) Our equines offer a unique form of love and understanding towards our clients, so we want to do our very best to care for them. Your donations towards training and care are greatly appreciated.

Other Ways to Help:

Donations of:

  • Halters
  • Lead ropes
  • Cones
  • Buckets
  • Noodles
  • Grooming supplies/kits
  • Arena equipment such as: barrels, poles, railroad ties, etc.



"My horse wants to know me and he loves me just like I am. He is stubborn like me, but he teaches me to be calm, not get mad and to be nice. Buddy taught me to keep trying and not give up on him or on people. Because of Buddy, I am able to love and be loved. I am now adopted and I have a mom and a place to call home. Thank you Buddy" - J'Von , Age 7


“I have been witness to these horses helping me deal with life’s problems."
- Volunteer


“LJ is on the autism spectrum. He was also born with Chromosome 4 and has now been diagnosed with ADHD. LJ has difficulties with self-regulation. He would have several meltdowns a week in school and home. Since he started Equine Therapy in November his issues with self-regulation have decreased greatly. Jodie has taught him Tai’Chi movements on the horses to help him self-regulate. LJ has learned how to use these methods at home , in the classroom and in dance. His teachers at school and his dance instructors have been amazed at how much his self-regulation has improved. Equine therapy has been a lifesaver!” – Parent


“Ella has moderate sensory issues and was born with FAS. Ella was having trouble with potty training and sensory issues. Within two months of starting Equine therapy she was completely potty trained. Her teachers have noted that she is more calm and self-requlated. Equine therapy has helped with her self-confidence. She loves it!” - Parent