Do you want to help and get involved in Ride to Rescue?
Our main goal is to be an independent business helping humans and animals.
Yet, we also need support from the community, especially in the summer months when business is slow and our costs shoot up as we need to still maintain the welfare of the animals in our care.
The best way to help:
Please come and participate in our paid activities!
We need the income to sustain the business.
Our classes are centered around love and caring for nature.
We teach young and old about the right care of horses, we wash them and walk them, spend time in the herd.
Currently, we have regular meditation circles every Friday evening, beach rides on Thursday evening, children boot camp in the holidays, corporate seminars centered around building trust in your team, and much more. Mandara Equestrian Club with their air conditioned arena enables us to offer these programs all year round.
Contact us on whats app for details and appointments.
We need regular sponsors to feed the horses and pay for veterinary bills of the rescues.
If you can set up a monthly bank transfer - any amount helps - that would be great!
Else, you can also sponsor us via Pay Pal / Credit Card by clicking the below button.
Bank Swift Code:
COMMERCIAL BANK OF DUBAI
Please note that 30% of the donations go to the Emirates Animal Welfare Society, as I am part of their charity, and therefore eligible to ask legally for donations.
We currently have 21 horses located in Mandara Equestrian Club who are not being sponsored. If you are interested to become a regular sponsor, even just with a small monthly contribution, please use our Pay Pal option above.
We are also looking for companies to sponsor us in return for great coverage. Please contact Yasmin on whats app for details.
We have a few rideable horses who "earn" the money for the herd, and others who are not rideable and can hardly generate an income.
The highest bill we face is the livery costs at the stable and feed.
Each horse costs around 2500 AED to 3000 AED per month - livery, hay, ferrier, veterinary, supplements, medicine, etc.
Rescuing is not a cheap operation, and these sick and old horses need lots of treatments as well as expensive care to avoid even higher veterinary costs.
All the above does not include any salary for myself. I work for free, live for free thanks to a generous friend, and hardly spend any money for myself except for fuel, food and water.
Especially with the summer just around the corner, we struggle to pay the bills, but don't want to let the animals down.