Here are two ways to support and donate to Spirit Acres Farm without any expense to you. Both Kroger and Randall's have programs that will contribute to Spirit Acres Farm Equine Rescue and Sanctuary based simply on a percentage of your purchases at these stores. It's simple and easy. Here's all you have to do:
We, the caregivers at Spirit Acres Farm Equine Rescue and Sanctuary, are dedicated to the recovery, well-being and finding forever homes for the rescued horses in our care, but it is getting nearly impossible to do our job due to lack of funding. In addition to medical needs and special needs for some, the cost of feed and hay each day for our current 50 horses runs in the hundreds of dollars.
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She is every little girl's dream - the beautiful woman in the spotlight surrounded by a spellbinding herd of Arabian horses at liberty. Her name is Sylvia Zerbini, and she transforms liberty work into the ultimate equestrian performing art. "I've been with horses my entire life. It's in my blood," says Sylvia, a ninth generation performer who has
By Beth Ellen Hunziker The Scottsdale Arabian Horse Show is considered the largest competition for Arabian horses in the world. It is 11 very full days with over 125 halter and breeding classes for amateur and professional handlers; that does not include all of the performance divisions, which we will cover in a separate story. There are several halter and breeding
The winner from the 1st annual Arabhorse.com Most Beautiful Baby Contest is...
Flanking our house in Iowa were two huge silver maple trees approximately fifty years old; these sentinels became the inspiration for our farm's name.
A Diamond Jubilee Celebration 24 May - 30 September 2012 Room 35 Admission Free The history of the horse is the history of civilisation itself. The horse has had a revolutionary impact on ancient civilisations and this major exhibition explores the influence of horses in Middle Eastern history, from their domestication around 3,500 BC to the present day.