dharmahorse  WISH LIST:

These are items we need for the care and continuing well-being of these cherished horses:

This list is updated regularly

A portable storage building

EasyBoot Trail brand Hoof Boots in pairs, sizes 3, 4 and 5

Large & extra large nylon halters, cotton trigger snap leads

Polo leg wraps

Leg sheet cotton


​Cool Pack Green Jelly

​Sore No More liniment

Pyrhanna pyrethrin fly spray

​Diatomaceous Earth

Plastic Buckets

We have a decent supply for Vet work at the moment of:

  • Vetwrap
  • 21 gauge, 1 and 1 1/2 inch hypodermic needles
  • 12 and 20 cc syringes

Still need:

60 cc catheter tip syringes

Homeopathic Arnica gel, ointment, spray and/or pellets

Homeopathic Hypericum

​Homeopathic Euphrasia

Homeopathic Symphytum

Homeopathic Nux Vomica

Really need!:

A large stock trailer that can haul 17hh horses

A pickup truck capable of pulling large trailers

A flatbed trailer

Golf cart or ATV

More land and expanded facilities to provide for more rescued horses and create a center for riding for disabled children & adults

Always need:




*We feed high quality Bermuda or Beardless Wheat grass hay, Timothy hay, alfalfa hay and hay pellets made of any of those; we feed wheat bran mashes with flaxseed meal and herbs - we always need Fenugreek, Anise seed, Hawthorn Berry, Rose Hips, Kelp, Turmeric, Garlic, Nettles, Red Clover, Slippery Elm bark and Comfrey

We need the supplements: Herbal Wormer & Equinezyme from Earth Song Ranch! Remission for hooves;CetylM for horses, EquineSaver; Hyaluronic Acid; MegaSel; Probios probiotic and Buteless

                                                         Our Vision:                                     

Hay & Pellets from Little Rascal's Feed on Highway 70 in Las Cruces, NM are the best products for our horses. They will take donations as gift certificates for us.

We use the Equiopathics Homeopathic remedies for horses (from Jeffers or Valley Vet Supply) & can always use bottles of any of the remedies; but especially the Digestive Upset, Musculo-Skeletal & Asthma & Allergy ones.

We are a 501 (c) (3) non-profit Corporation. All donations are tax deductible. 100% of each donation goes to the care, feeding and well being of the horses.

 Equine Sanctuary

100% of Donations go to feed the horses & pay Veterinary care.