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Welcome to Allegiance Ranch

Don’t miss our annual Heroes and Horses Hoedown! The Heroes and Horses Hoedown is an outdoor event benefiting rescue horses and equine-assisted programs for veterans, first responders, and their families. This outdoor event offers a catered dinner, live music, silent auction, photo booth, bonfire, and more! Enjoy an evening outdoors surrounded by horses and positive vibes as we raise funds to feed and care for the rescue horses for the coming year. Proceeds also support free horsemanship clinics and programs offered to veterans, first responders, and their families. Join us for our biggest fundraiser of the year! Tickets are now on sale through Eventbrite Heroes and Horses Hoedown 2021

At Allegiance Ranch, we strive to provide a safe and welcoming place for veterans, active duty military, first responders, and their families, to find release from every day challenges. We rely on donor support to ensure ongoing care and training for our rescued horses and offer our programs at no charge to these heroes.

OUR MISSION is to help horses and heroes by offering a safe place for healing, developing a sense of purpose, and establishing meaningful connections between horses and humans.


Latest Projects

  1. Access to the ranch including horsemanship clinics and riding sessions are free for our Veterans, First Responders, and their families. To continue offering these services at no charge, we need your support. Please consider a donation to support our Veteran programs.
  2. Providing the best care possible for our rescues is of utmost importance. In addition to hay, many of the rescues require grain, special feed and/or supplements. The horses and donkeys require hoof trims every 6-8 weeks, and we need to be prepared for regular veterinary services and emergencies. Another critical factor is proper training! We sometimes send the horses out for professional training to ensure they are safely prepared to begin working under saddle with veterans and their families. This is a costly but important element for the rescues.
  3. Keeping the rescue horses fed and healthy is our largest expense at Allegiance Ranch. We rely on fundraising and hay donations to keep the horses fed throughout the year. We had a particularly long, cold, and wet winter, which required us to use more hay than usual. Eating creates warmth in the horses, so when the temperatures are frigid...we feed them extra! We are in immediate fundraising mode to purchase hay for the summer months. Please help! Any amount is welcome.