Omega Horse Rescue

Rescued to Stardom Winners!!!

Congrats to Jeff and RPM!

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It's a Girl!

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Mounted Trail Events!

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Cool opportunity on May 18th to work over an obstacle course and support Omega Horse Rescue!

Contact Us

Please contact us to visit Omega Horse Rescue

Please contact us to set up an appointment to visit. Staff and volunteers are on hand show you around the farm and introduce you to the horses, one of whom just may be your next best friend.
 

Omega Horse Rescue

8272 Woodbine Road Airville, PA 17302

717.862.3322

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DONATE TODAY!

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Caring for horses is an incredibly rewarding experience but it’s also financially demanding. The costs of caring for more than 100 horses a year is staggering. As a non-profit organization, Omega Horse Rescue relies entirely on private donations to operate. There are several ways you can help.  


  • Make a tax-deductible financial contribution
  • Donate materials 
  • Training/Maintenance Donations
  • Volunteering your time and expertise  

By donating through Pay Pal, your monetary donations allow us to apply monies directly towards the care of the horses at the rescue. In addition, it allows us to raise money for our Kill Pen Fund and Humane Euthanazia Fund.

 

Omega Horse Rescue is grateful for donations of any amount, from individuals, families, groups or businesses. 

Omega Horse Rescue is a 501(c)3 non-profit and all donations are  tax-deductible.

Donate Now!

MONTHLY DONATIONS

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Monthly donations can make a huge difference at Omega Horse Rescue.  By setting up an ongoing monthly donation, you can provide the necessities to care for our horses.  Here are average costs of routine items;

Bale of Hay -$8.00

Bag of Feed - $14.00

Farrier - $50.00

Round Bale - $60.00

Rehabilitation - $450.00

Month of Training - $750.00


Please consider donating today!  YOU can make a difference in many horses lives.

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