Sponsoring a horse is a wonderful way to help if you have limited time, space or finances and cannot commit to a lifetime of horse care. With your sponsorship, you will receive a beautiful picture of the horse you’ve chosen and their story. For an annual sponsorship you will also receive a Hidden Hollow Horse Rescue mug. Sponsoring a horse is a rewarding way to be involved with our rescue efforts and to help the horses. It can also be a unique gift for a friend or relative. Read more about our horses that are available for sponsorship by clicking on the images below. If you choose a horse you would like to sponsor, please visit our DONATE page and enter your information and the name of your chosen horse. Thank you!
Izzy is our little rescue angel. She came to us as a yearling who needed a new home after her owner died. Izzy is calm, sweet, and in training to become a trail horse. Having lived in a barn her whole life, it was a lot of fun to set her free and watch her run at Hidden Hollow.
Eye See Blue was eight years old when she was roped out of a herd, completely unused to human contact. We are still working on taming her and getting her medically up to date. She is learning that human contact can be fun, especially when mom brings out the German horse muffins!
Omaha came to Hidden Hollow after her owner died, when she was four years old. She is making a full recovery from being pigeon-toed and lame, and is in training to become a trail horse for our veterans program. Her initial training at Hidden Hollow was accomplished by our first veteran participants in 2019!
Selene is a Tennessee Walking Horse in training to become a trail horse for our veterans riding program. She is the "class clown" who is full of personality and loves to be the center of attention.
Normandie is a Tennessee Walking Horse in training to become a trail horse for our veterans riding program. She survived a fractured elbow as a yearling, and has become a symbol of strength and endurance at Hidden Hollow.
Macy Gray is a quarter horse who is trusted for the most inexperienced riders. She is lovely on the trail, and she makes sure that even the most concerned rider has a pleasant time and learns to trust her.