A special thanks to our Partners….
the Heartbeat of TPR!
|photo by Katherine Turnbull Photography
Especially in this season of thanksgiving, we celebrate YOU, our partners in our work on behalf of these horses! Whether you share your financial support, your time and expertise, adopt our horses, or support us in other ways, we simply could not do this without you. Without you, these horses could not transition to a healthy and happy life. Just this year, with your support, Garret was given the time to heal from a fracture, Terry’s Dancer was able to move from unwanted problem horse to super star because we were able to accept her into the very successful TPR retraining program.
TPR accepts as many horses in need of serious medical rehabilitation as we can. However, as heartbreaking as it is, we must turn away horses we could otherwise help, because we only have the resources to provide high quality care and training for a few high-needs horses at a time.
Once our horses are fully rehabilitated and retrained, we carefully match them with enthusiastic new owners – and watch the love between them blossom.
Although adoption or sales fees will help support our work, sales are but a drop in the bucket compared with the daily costs of rehabilitation, retraining, and support.
Leighton Farm continues to donate use of its land, facilities, and its expert retraining for all horses. Kimberly Godwin Clark donates all of her riding and training as well as administrative skills. Reggie’s surgery was generously provided at cost by Spurlock Equine. Volunteers donated hundreds of hours, with an all-time high this year for our Hero Horses program for Wounded Warriors.
And of course we could not do any of this without our donors, small and large. We are grateful for the ongoing support from our grantors, businesses, professional organizations, and individuals, and cannot say thanks enough for your faith in us! We are so excited about the year ahead and are working on ways to care for more horses who can use our help!
All of this would not be possible without the efforts of many people. Mainly though, it is you… your generosity… your kind heart… it is YOU that allows TPR to do its work. We thank you, but even more importantly, it is the horses who owe you their lives and their future. It is for them that you have become a vital part of our team!
Our Donors… the Heartbeat of TPR!
“You give these horses hope and the gift of a happy future.”