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By sponsoring a horse here at Hope Farm, you will be assisting with the care and upkeep involving that horse, such as veterinarian work, farrier work, treats etc.
As well sponsoring horses help Hope Farm keep program fees reasonable and allowing children from financially tight homes to attend for free.
A well, please note there can be more than one sponsor per horse.
Sponsorship does not give the sponsor any rights to the horse in any form. However, sponsors are welcome to come out and visit the horse(s) they are sponsoring, please make an appointment.
Kai was rescued when Lynai was in the process of rescuing Boaz. She saw a very sick young horse, with bite marks all over (from being bullied in the crowded slaughter trucks and kill pen), he was covered in ticks and had a very nasty cough.
Looking at his poor face, she knew he had to come with her and Boaz. So Kai and Boaze shared their "freedom ride" to Hope Farm and the two of them became best buddies.
Kai is a 13.3H Quarter Pony, he is a pale Palomino, almost looks metallic in the summer sun. He is very sweet natured, but a little cautious due to some unknown trauma in his former life. It is suspected Kai was born in 2015, somewhere in the southern states, as his coat wasn't Minnesota thick when Lynai pulled him from the kill pen.
After being treated for pneumonia and worms, Kai thrived and became a permanent fixture here at Hope Farm. He is safe and home.
Kai, in Finnish means: Rejoice
Kai in Japanese means: Restore
Both fit Kai perfectly!
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Federal 501(c)3 status is pending, donations at this time are not tax deductible. We thank you for considering us and the work we are aspiring to do.