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DONATE :

Donate by shopping for us! Go to our Amazon.com Wish List

 

You can also send a donation via PayPal to Victoria@MitzisMission.org

Or, you can use the link below.

 

Consider Sponsoring A Horse!

Example of Sign on Fence

For a one time donation of $100, your funds cover 1 month of supplies & food for 1 rescue horse!

 

You will have a sign placed on our outdoor riding arena fence in your name! We design the sign and send you a proof to accept before printing. Our outdoor arena is along a busy road and when visitors/clients come to our stables, you get free advertisement for a year!

 

To participate in our sponsorship program, click the "donate link" below and mention in the comment section that you are donating to sponsor a horse!

Corky was my Morgan mare. We purchased her when she was 4 years old, and had her for 10 wonderful years. She was the first horse who challenged me as a rider, as a horse owner, and as a friend. She taught me what it meant to train, how to "really" ride, and how to never give up. She was no easy horse to have, I took more falls from her than anyone should ever take in their lifetime, but as we both grew and matured, we connected like no other.

 

In the summer of 2013, Corky passed away, very suddenly and tragically. She was only 14 years old.

 

In her honor, we have started a branch of "Mitzi's Mission" called "Corky's Crossing" in which we save horses in need, often from slaughter-bound kill pens & auctions, and bring them to our place for love, attention, and to help redeem them into finding new forever homes.

 

Some of our horses we rescue are used in our riding lesson program at our riding stable to help teach kids & adults how to trust & develop bonds between rider & horse. The ones who we cannot place will forever live out their lives at our sanctuary. 

 

If you are interested in volunteering, fostering, or adopting, please contact us at Victoria@MitzisMission.org for more information. We would love to have your help in carrying out Corky's legacy.

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