End of the Road Ranch is located in Grant Co. New Mexico and began taking in horses in need in 2005.   The first five years of operation EOTRR was totally self-funded.   In 2010 the sanctuary incorporated as a non-profit and received its 501 (c) (3) status under the IRS.   

The Sanctuary was created to allow elderly, unsound or equines at risk of slaughter, abuse or neglect a place to live out their life in as safe and natural an environment as possible.

At this time the EOTRR has 36 equine residents. They range in age from 4 months to 24 years.  Seven are 20 or older. Two were wild, one of which arrived pregnant.  Eleven of our equines have special needs. 

Our commitment to these equines from the time they arrive here is to ensure them a safe and loving home for the rest of their lives if a loving home is not found than we provide it.  We do have a foster/adoption program available for pre-approved homes.

In order for the EOTRR to be able to help more horses in need we must reach out to others to help us help them.  Donations of any amount are greatly appreciated.

Please Help Us Help Them!

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Thank You to all of our supporters, with you we

can continue to do great things for at risk equines.

100% of your donation goes to operations!

food and supplements, shelter, and maintenance.

Volunteers of all types are welcome and needed to care for these horses.

Thanks to the many volunteer hours put in by Natural Horsemanship trainer

Scott Thomson the ranch residents have been put through a series of exercises to prepare them

for safe farrier, veterinarian and volunteer interaction. 

Thank You Scott!


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