Canham Farm Horse Rescue is a 501(c)3 Non-Profit Working To End The Suffering of Horses Everywhere. Our Vision Is To Create a World Where ALL Horses Are Treated With Respect, Compassion and Understanding

Canham Farm is not your typical horse rescue. Not only do we advocate for our nation’s wild horses, we are committed to reducing the greatest amount of suffering for the largest number of horses through advocacy, education and, when possible, exposing cruelty and prosecuting abusers. We are also committed you giving all people the opportunity to benefit from the healing power of horses through our Horses Helping Humans program.

For the horses in our care, we rehabilitate, train and endeavor to re-home as well as educate humans to interact with horses in a way that will benefit both horse and human. It’s our belief that all horses deserve a future, and by building trust, re-educating, retraining and understanding, they can be re-homed to suitable people and have a long, happy and useful life.

Ruby Tuesday, a pregnant wild mare captured by the BLM and remvoed from her herd. Why? To make room for Big Ag to graze their cattle

Our Horse Rescue Exists:

  • To end abuse, neglect, slaughter and suffering of all horses
  • To retrain horses to have a useful and respected life
  • To give ongoing support and advice on all aspects of equine care 
  • To support and commit to the welfare of all horses
  • To provide programs to help humans interact with horses
  • To advocate for America’s Wild Horses and end the BLM and US Forest Service Round-ups
  • To Oppose the Use of Gonacon and PZP to Make Wild Mares Incapable of Reproducing
  • To Support the S.A.F.E Act
Two Captured Wild Horse Foals Grooming Each Other

Horses can be complicated and confusing. There are so many things to learn and remember, and so much often conflicting information available, that it can be difficult to know where to turn. We are here to help and would far prefer an owner to ask if they are not sure about something. This could be anything from knowing how to help a new horse settle in, to admitting that you’re struggling to cope or difficulty meeting the financial burden of horse ownership. Please stay tuned for upcoming programs and events                

Ways You Can Help!

Donate With PayPal            Venmo @canhamfarm       Create a Facebook Fundraiser      Gift via Amazon




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