Wish List


In addition to paying for the basic care of our horses-- things like hay, grain, farrier work, vet bills, etc.--we are always looking for items that will lead to happier and healthier horses. Below are some of our organizational needs for those who prefer to give a gift in-kind.

View our Amazon Wish List here

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Oregon Horse Rescue is a certified 501(c)(3) non-profit and all donations are fully tax deductible. Contact us to coordinate a donation time, or send mailable gifts to the address listed at the bottom of the page.

the Horses

Turnout Blankets
Medium or Heavy Weight, 200-300g
Waterproof and high denier
Ideal Quantity: 30

Chiropractic Work
Preferred Therapist: Gene Crampton, Performance Equine Therapy

Barn-Safe Stall Fans
Ideal Quantity: 12
*We recently received a donation for six fans! (How cool!) 

English Saddle Pads
Ideal Quantity: 2
Any size 

Wither Relief Half Pad
Ideal Quantity: 1
For 16" close contact saddle

Weed-free Valley Grass Hay, Alfalfa, or Orchard grass

4-most Grain
Available at Wagon Wheel Feed

Horse Guard Supplement

Banamine, Bute, Exceed, etc.,

Vet wrap, Elasticon, Gauze pads and rolls, Blue-Kote/Alu-spray, MediHoney, etc.

Shavings / Sawdust / Stall Bedding

Treats (safe for horses)

Grooming Supplies / Fly Spray / Shampoo


Port-A-Potty Services
Ideal Quantity: 1 unit
Ideal Frequency: 1x / wk

Advertising Space
In local print ads, radio, or TV

Event Space
Donated in-kind at Eugene-based facilities for future events

Hosted Fundraisers
You plan it and put it on for us!

Ideal Quantity: 400+
Ideal Frequency: 1x / 15 wks

Color Printing Services

Contact Management Software Subscription


Big-Ticket Items

Salary Funds or Sponsorship
To hire full or part time ranch hands and barn manager

Small Local Office Space
Preferably in Eugene/Springfield

Storage Shed / Out Building
To store winter hay and large hay donations out of the elements